Super 8 Langley / Aldergrove
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... to happen. The good part was that this new management plan was put in place and things went well, he did say the usual issues reared there ugly heads like communication, that alway plagues emergency services. The final Session was a discussion by 4 of the Chiefs about the direction that they saw the Community Para medicine model heading. It was a robust talk with plenty of arguments for and against, the funny part was that no one in the room could agree on what ...
Awoke early, refreshed and excited about the day ahead. Gracie has organised two days to explore the sights and sounds of Vancouver. Clever lady. Look out Vancouver !!!!! On our previous travels we have learnt that the best way to get orientated in a new city is to use the Hop on Hop off Buses. In Vancouver the tourist bus system is well supported. Throughout the day we can leave the bus at any point, explore an area, then catch the bus at any stop in ...
... I continued heading South to Granville Island. On the way there was a sign letting me know it was 5 degrees. Granville Island has lots of shops, places to eat and a market. It's a mixture of Fremantle markets and Hillarys put together. The fruit looked so yummy as did the the cakes and lollies. The chocolate shop was very tempting, shame a box of chocolates was so expense, cause the boxes were really nice. Because Vancouver is so cold and damp you can not sit on outdoor ...
... with James and Olivia :)
- Managing to cook three square meals a day for myself and survive!
- Weekly family dinners
- Having a night out in Banff with Olivia to celebrate my 23rd birthday seeing live music and meeting awesome people
"At what elevation does an elk become a moose?"
"I saw an animal on the way to Banff today, could you tell me what it was?"
"Is that 2 kilometres by foot or by car?"
... Park at the top, one of the first parks in Vancouver, designated to stop the railway companies developing it at the beginning of the last century and taking up a sizable chunk of the top of the island. It is large enough that there is a five mile walk that continues around the perimeter but we were walking further and further from the hotel so we decided to forego that and head back.
In the evening we went out ...