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Julie and Matt got out for a 10km run to work off a small amount of the dim sum lunch and along with another beautiful sunset, that draws to a close Vancouver.
A beautiful city which feels a lot like Melbourne and contains just about as many Australians.
Goodbye Canada and thanks to Julie for her fantastic hospitality. Back to the States tomorrow and fending for ourselves again.
The Berry Family
... then rushed out to Richmond. The Met dropped us around 20 minutes walk away from where we needed to be so we walked through a proper neighbourhood like you see on TV, the only thing that was missing was the white picket fences.
We’d been using the website boredinvancouver.com to find some interesting listings and information about what’s on and I’d stumbled across this. Charlotte isn’t a fan but there was no way I wasn’t going to ...
... can see a line of red lights quite close, then the city a long way below. Later we find the lights mark the wind turbines on the ridge of the west volcano on Maui.
We are near the front, so get a good start. Walk past the baggage area to find the car rental, but they are all closed, and are just wondering what the hell we will do to get to our condo when we are accosted by a rental car shuttle driver who urges us to get in and he will take us to the Dollar ...
As we sit here drinking our Starbucks hot drinks (Cappuccino and hot chocolate) on the corner of Denman and Davie Streets over looking English Bay we can finally say that we have made it. Despite being lucky enough to fly J class and getting our working visa from the immigration officer just a little too easy, our travel over was not without stressful moments. Let's just say who seriously knows of a little thing called ESTA! $150 later that little ...
... some lesser-known parts of Stanley Park (including trees estimated to be over 800 years old), the Olympic Village from the 2010 Olympics, Granville Island, Gastown and Chinatown. We finished off the day with a lovely birthday-eve dinner at a local Italian restaurant and even popped our head into a few shops during the walk home (shops are open until 10:00pm every night) - watch out for Richard in a classy black-checked ...