Worldmark Birch Bay
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... make good parks, both Stanley Park and this Capilano Bridge area are outstanding plus bicycle lanes around the entire seawall area an added bonus.
We managed to cover all the tracks in the park and were done by about 4:20 pm so we got a good connection on the free shuttle bus and got to the Gastown around 5 pm where we met up with the wives. We had a coffee and started our walk back to Waterfront Station when John & I decided ...
... the sea. This is much like White Rock and is great for crab fishing and for kids to play. Could be a fun spot for a future summer home.
We then headed back into Canada and toward the other border crossing at Blaine, Washington. Before we crossed we stopped at a fruit stand to buy some fresh blueberries to keep us going for a while. Blueberries farms are all through this area so we decided to take a small stockpile with us. Those along ...
Ash left early this morning for a trip to Victoria to spend time with her parents so Callum, Blake and I were left to entertain ourselves. We woke up in the clouds which was pretty cool. Something we hadn't experienced before! It was slightly drissling when we walked to Nesters Market to do our grocery shopping.
We caught the bus to 'The Drive' aka Commercial Drive for a wander and to grab some lunch. We ended up trying our luck at a ...
... j) Natural History Museum
3. (s)The great friends we made and reconnected with / (j) Being a local
Paris (notice I said TOP three, so Jord can't just rag on the capital of France!)
1. (s)Croissants / (j)Gyros with FRIES in them!!
2. (s)You can walk to all the major monuments along just one path / (j)Escargot
3. (s)Cute Latin Quarter for ...
At last after five (5) months on board the M.S. Amsterdam, we finally got back home and disembarked in Vancouver, British Columbia.
On the World Cruise, we visited 38 ports and 29 countries; 25 beautiful islands and five continents. We visited world class cities as in Singapore, Sydney, Cape Town and many others. We visited island paradise and remote and hard to reach islands. We stayed all ...