Coast Vancouver Airport
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My emotions have finally gotten the best of me. Damn you, hormones. It started Saturday morning when my best friend (S/O to Sloan Jones) hugged me and said she was working on a traveling playlist. And then Julia Roldan (OOPS Robinson) gave me one of her flowers to press.
Let me get one thing straight: I do not cry. Like, ever. Crying …
With a small airplane we flew over beautiful glacier scenery back to Vancouver. The rest of the day we explored "Granville Island" with its colorful and lively stands and people. First thing the next morning: organizing the Campervan and the pick-up of our two new bikes at two different bike-shops downtown. Thanks to Philippe and his cool nerves …
After an early start and another five hour flight we arrived in Vancouver. First thing we had to organize was another hotel... which is not easy on weekends. A very nice lady working at the airport chatted away for over 45 minutes and explained us what we would have to see and visit during our trip. And then we finally found a hotel a bit outside …
The usual touristy stuff today. Granville Island first, in the morning. After lunch, drove to the incredibly crowded - it is BC Day today after all - Stanley Park. Parking is no longer free! Drove right around, and then back to hotel. In the evening, to Richmond Centre to look around (like Hong Kong except fewer whites) and dinner with friends (same service standard as Hong Kong).
This was my last stop in Canada...last chance for a Tim's!
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The staff were absolutely wonderful. Customs actually smiled and wished us a pleasant holiday. Hold this one up as a training airport for others. We are not all terrorists.
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