Holiday Inn Vancouver Centre
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We arrived this afternoon, very exhausted but decided to stay up and go to bed early tonight. Walked into town and of course went to Cosco. Vancouver is a beautiful city. Tomorrow we will go on a few adventures and we will add some photos. Can't believe we are here.
... we seen a hair salon for dolls... You could pick a style for your doll up do was 25bucks n simple wash n dry 12bucks, they had salon chairs n everything stranger still a minimum age of 8years ... We didn't know if that was fir the dolls or the owners?? After walking a bit longer along Robson We returned to sephos for our tea and Harrison woke up to share our Slovakis and pittas. Harrison was a big fan of the meat and pittas but declined the salad and rice or potatoes! On ...
... she only swears if she stubs her toe. She has thin feet.
Ken - from Singapore.
He's an Udon noodle of a man with happy face and a sweaty top lip.
Graham - from Vancouver.
He has a dark chocolate walnut whip of a hair-do and looks every part the half-Austrian he is.
Billy - from V-Vancouver.
A compact, yet slight, martial artist he has an ability to use 100 words when 3 will do which is an unfortunate companion for ...
... so many bad things about Manila but Cebu was by far the less attractive metropolis. The one thing that stood out to us was at the giant shopping mall in uptown. The architects had designed a beautiful semi outdoor area with multiple levels and filled with all sorts of restaurants. The best way to describe it is to picture a food court full of proper restaurants surrounded by stunning gardens and lights. They had named it "the terraces" because of the resemblance to ...
... unfortunately spent more time walking through the slums of downtown Vancouver. It was all pretty cool though, and I would certainly like to return sometime to see some of the finer parts of the city.
Now that we have (hopefully) everything that we will need to at least get started, we just need to find a way to jam it all into the saddle bags... not exactly sure it will all fit though... may need to eat the food! I ...