Visiting Capilano Suspension Bridge Park was a very special day as we had never experienced such views from a suspension bridge before. It is a 140 meters long and 70 meters above the riverbed. My words cannot do this place justice. We met up with a dear friend of Derek's; Hubert was visiting Canada so … Continue reading Rejuvenation in Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, Vancouver
Traveling to Vancouver Island (Oct 2014)
We had never traveled in Canada before and as we usually travel with local transport to keep our expenses down it was a bit more challenging finding our way around at first. At least all the signboards were in a familiar language. We managed to find the bus station and the correct bus in a … Continue reading Traveling to Vancouver Island (Oct 2014)
The last of Stanley Park, seawall.
I love being close to water, seeing the reflections of the surrounds rippling-ripple images, hearing the gulls cry and contented voices wafting over the breeze. The quiet is what I savor most on my holidays. Stanley Park, by M Noffke.Stanley Park, by M Noffke.Stanley Park, by M Noffke.Stanley Park, by M Noffke. Till next time, … Continue reading The last of Stanley Park, seawall.
Stanley Park, seawall in Autumn.
Stanley Park, Vancouver. As I mentioned in my last post, we wanted to cycle around Stanley Park on the sea wall but instead we went in a horse drawn coach. Stanley Park has a seawall built all along the perimeter which is convenient for tourists. Nowadays Stanley Park is a green space that travellers enjoy … Continue reading Stanley Park, seawall in Autumn.
Stanley Park, Vancouver: our visit.
After Derek finished his business meetings (the reason why we went to Canada in 2014) we visited Stanley Park. Vancouver is known to be one of the friendliest cities for cycling. We were looking forward, before traveling to Canada, to cycle around Stanley Park on the seawall but as I was not feeling well we … Continue reading Stanley Park, Vancouver: our visit.
Vancouver is part of British Columbia and is situated on the west coast of Canada. As a coastal city it is hugged by the mountains on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west. The ocean has a tempering effect on the climate, making it mild. I found it to be a beautiful coastal … Continue reading Vancouver