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Van Dusen Gardens

Autumn is probably my favourite season in Vancouver, so I’m really glad we were able to stay and see the leaves begin to turn, and to experience the incredible light as the days start to get shorter. Walking through fallen … Continue reading

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Bard on the Beach

Each summer Bard on the Beach takes place in Vanier park from June to September. Two groups of actors put on four plays all summer, which must make learning your lines incredibly difficult. The plays are put on in huge … Continue reading

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Deep Cove

Idyllic Deep Cove is a hidden little corner of Vancouver. About 40 minutes out of town and easily accessible via public transit it is a wonderful summer afternoon retreat. We fled the city with friends a couple of weeks ago, … Continue reading

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218 flavours

There is an ice cream parlour in Vancouver, famous for selling 218 flavours of ice cream AT ONE TIME. 218, can you even think of that many potential flavours? Well they did, it includes Marmite (great for toast, bad for … Continue reading

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Le Marché

I have a new favourite café in Vancouver. Tucked away on the corner of two residential streets in Vancouver’s East Side this place has a real community spirit as well as delicious coffee and to die for pastries. So far … Continue reading

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