Category Archives: Vancouver

Lighthouse Park, Vancouver

Crazy narrow roads lined with million dollar homes, I almost thought my GPS was taking me to some unaffiliated remote location in West Vancouver until BOOM – the discreet sign for the parking lot. I made it to Lighthouse Park … Continue reading

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Gastown Steam Clock, Vancouver

A bit of a conundrum, but intriguing enough to lure me to the depths of downtown. The Gastown Steam Clock [305 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1B9, Canada] looks like a relic from the Victorian Era, but really it was … Continue reading

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Lynn Canyon Park, Vancouver

Did you know there is a rainforest in North America? It’s located in the Pacific Northwest and spans from Alaska, to British Columbia, and all the way down through Northern California. The essence of beautiful British Columbia’s temperate rainforest can … Continue reading

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Richmond Night Market, Vancouver

A foodie carnival covered in dinosaurs. Have I gone off the deep end, am I dreaming? No, I made it to Vancouver just in time to check out the North America’s largest night market, this year themed: Magical Dino Park. … Continue reading

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Capilano Salmon Hatchery, Vancouver

One of the things I was most excited about when planning my Pacific Northwest trip was the possibility to see the salmon run. Salmon have a remarkable story and they are essential to the food chain. Spoiler alert, I didn’t … Continue reading

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Stanley Park, Vancouver

Cities oftentimes have the best culture and food which is a major reason to visit, but they also are the most crowded and stressful scenario that makes you want to run away! Whenever I visit a major city I always … Continue reading

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Asian Cuisine in Vancouver

Like most cities Vancouver has a diverse conglomeration of peoples, with a particularly high Asian population – approximately 40%, which is great because there is more variety and opportunity for the best of one of my favorite cuisines! Garlic with … Continue reading

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