North Vancouver : Capilano Suspension Bridge

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

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

Victoria : Vancouver Island – Royal BC Museum

The second destination of the day was the Royal BC Museum.  (Part one is here) I have only been here once in my life and that was a social studies field trip I was force to go when I was 15.   I hated it… I thought it was boring and I couldn’t wait to go on free… Continue reading Victoria : Vancouver Island – Royal BC Museum

Vancouver : Trying to find Old Chinatown

Despite the fantastic sunshine, the days of summer is coming to an end, as the sun is slowly setting earlier and I’ve seem to run out of steam and money for summer traveling … Still, there are some local close-by adventures.. like Chinatown for instance! I used to go to Chinese school here and before… Continue reading Vancouver : Trying to find Old Chinatown