Langley Hwy Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So the decision was made... I am going to travel with the parents. I know, pretty brave move. We (parents, aunt Alice, uncle and auntie) made it through security after mom got us all to drink up the cartons of soya milk before entering the lineup. We proceed to gate 53. Everything was fine. I decided to call AE to inform that I will be travelling and using the card. Then when I was on call all of a sudden Mui Yee comes over to tell ...
... can come as they are and be welcomed as family with dignity and sincerity. I’ve been able to participate in this community by coming to weekly meals, gatherings, and celebrations, where songs are sung, tea and s’mores are served, and relationships are built. To put it simply, it is both a beautiful and messy place. In the short time I’ve been getting to know this community and its values, it has had an impact on me and I have learned so much already.
The day before i thought i heard a woman in the flat but then thought i maybe dreamt it. I heard the same voice again today, turns out its one of the local can collectors who will get 10 cents per can. One of he many lucrative buisnesses that are around these parts. Another glorious day in Vancouver, first thing i see when i walk outside is a boy raking in a bin. This still isnt normal to me but no one else bats an eyelid at it because its constantly happening here ...
... Chinatown. Stubbornly persisted on the seaplane ride so we had a 20 minute ride over the city and nearby islands in the afternoon, leaving from a dock on the water right beside Canada Place, where the cruise ships dock. It was a noisy and a little bit wobbly flight but the landing on the water was really cool. They get airborne in surprisingly little time. Enjoyed the rooftop pool again and then Japanese food for dinner. The kids are in Asian food ...
... became a heady, dizzy blur. It was the BC day long weekend. It was pride weekend. We sucked every drop of life out of those last days like summer was ending and never, ever coming back.
Maybe part of us recognised how fleeting our time was. We’re all in similar situations – we came to Vancouver with our own hopes, dreams, expectations… but none of us are 'home’. We’re transient. Displaced. Feeling ...