I got to go to a White Water Rafting trip in Squamish! Not knowing how to swim and the hated getting wet made me ponder if it was such a good idea after all, but it turned out to be quite fun! I think what was more exciting than the rapids were the serenity of the area,… Continue reading Squamish : Miga goes White Water Rafting!
It turns out that not every weekend will be nice and sunny … and on days that isn’t, there a few indoor activities that are available – like the Aquarium for instances! The Aquarium is located in Stanley Park and there is a #19 bus that runs on West Pender St. that can take you… Continue reading Vancouver : There is something about the Aquarium
Sunny weekends continue to be the norm and this week we are back at the University of British Columbia. The destination this time is the Botanic Gardens and the Treetop Canopy. We got a groupon for the attraction, which reduce the admission fee to 50% off, so make sure you check all the possible cheap ways to explore… Continue reading Vancouver : UBC Botanic Gardens,Treetop Canopy, and the Pacific Spirit
One of the biggest attraction in Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge, which was built in 1889 and spans 140 metres. Price wise, it costs $39.95 for admission but if you are a residence of B.C, it is a yearly membership. There is also a free shuttle leaving from Vancouver. The bridge was built by George Grant Mackay… Continue reading North Vancouver : Capilano Suspension Bridge
The theme for the month seems to be cruising, from slow evening cruises, to zodiac boats, and now we are on another vessel heading to the coast of Vancouver Island to see Killer Whales! It is a new half day tour by the Prince of Whales agency, as it previously only departed from Victoria or it was a full… Continue reading Vancouver: In Search of Killer Whales in the Salish Seas!