Articles Tagged ‘Beach’

Outdoor Dining in Vancouver

Outdoor Dining in Vancouver August 10, 2011 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
There’s a check list of must-do things during the summer months and dining al-fresco is on the same list as bike rides along the Seawall, soaking up the sun on a sandy beach and dropping a line in hopes of nabbing a squirming fish. Summer in Vancouver is practically a religion for some, and after...

If You’ve Never Been to Vancouver, You’re Missing Out

If You’ve Never Been to Vancouver, You’re Missing Out May 11, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Prior to living here, I had only paid one visit to British Columbia and spent much of my time in the Fraser Valley. Flying from Ontario and seeing the Rockies for the very first time was the beginning of a love affair with this beautiful place. As we drove away from the airport, I couldn’t stop...

Packing for a Vancouver Summer

Packing for a Vancouver Summer July 15, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
I have a tendency to be indecisive at times, especially when it comes to what to wear. Fortunately, I live in the right city that welcomes multiple change of outfits, all in one day. Vancouver is known for being warm one minute, pouring the next and sunny an hour later. So, let’s go over some...

Until tomorrow, Vancouver

Until tomorrow, Vancouver June 25, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Here in Vancouver we’re spoiled when it comes to awe inspiring sunsets. The best place to catch one is over in Kitsilano on Spanish Banks, preferably after an evening picnic. Happy Friday, all! The sun sets over Vancouver

Top five neighborhoods in Vancouver

Top five neighborhoods in Vancouver April 5, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Vancouver is undeniably multicultural in her attitude and decor, but it’s not until you have stepped foot into each of the diverse neighborhoods that you get the true colors of her rainbow. Photo by Taz, Commons Wikimedia 1. Gastown – It is Vancouver’s oldest sibling, as far as neighborhoods...