Kelowna : Day 3 – Museums, Kusagai Garden

Finaly blog on Kelowna .. I was going to try the hostel’s breakfast but by the time I went down, there was only one rotten fruit left .. so I ate some cereal.  I ate the breakfast outside on a swinging hammock .. oh, and that was my room. When I went to return the keys at the front… Continue reading Kelowna : Day 3 – Museums, Kusagai Garden

Revelstoke : 3 Valley Gap Ghost Town

The last attraction for the trip – Revelstoke’s 3 Valley Gap Ghost Town.  It is a 15 minutes drive from Revelstoke and located right next to the Trans Canada Highway and the 3 Valley Lake. Actually, it was also right next to our hotel – the 3 Valley Lake Chateau.  My mom has stayed here before and… Continue reading Revelstoke : 3 Valley Gap Ghost Town

Vancouver : There is something about the Aquarium

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

Vancouver : Stanley Park Horse – Drawn Tours

It was another gorgeous Friday in Vancouver and I took half a day off to stay in a cafe underground with no windows in order to complete an assignment that I subsequently screwed up.  NEVERTHELESS, it was a good day! After the coffee break, I went out to Stanley Park where my friend and I… Continue reading Vancouver : Stanley Park Horse – Drawn Tours

Vancouver: Re-discovering Science World

Located at the edge of False Creek is Science World, a huge globe like figure that has been one of the symbols of Vancouver since Expo 86.  Admittedly, I’ve only been there once before, not having gone there ever as a kid (or perhaps I don’t remember) . For such a small place, they have… Continue reading Vancouver: Re-discovering Science World

Richmond 列治文: Richmond Oval & Afternoon Tea 列治文有玩有吃

It is Richmond Day!  My friend and I went to Richmond by car and our first stop was the Richmond Oval (Addy: 6111 River Road, Richmond).  We drove but you can also take the sky train from downtown to Lansdown and walk there as well. 今天, 我跟朋友一起跑到列治文!  我朋友開車, 可是搭輕軌到Lansdown站人後走路也可以. The oval was built for the 2010 Winter Olympics for… Continue reading Richmond 列治文: Richmond Oval & Afternoon Tea 列治文有玩有吃

Squamish : Britannia Beach – Britannia Mine Museum

On the last day of April, I had a chance to visit the Britannia Mine Museum, which main site is a 21-storey building built on a hill and everyone coming or returning from Whistler to Vancouver can see it from a distance. The Britannia Mine began after copper was discovered in these areas.  Operations started in… Continue reading Squamish : Britannia Beach – Britannia Mine Museum