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Month: June 2017

Travel Tag – Walking edition!

Travel Tag – Walking edition!

One of my favourite bloggers, Katie from Fatty McCupcakes*, tagged me** in her travel-related post. I loved the idea of being involved, but we were so busy getting ready to move to Canada that I didn’t have a chance to actually write up my response. So, here it is, just a month late! *I’ve added a link to her blog, but be careful about reading it when you have a hot cup of tea! Seriously, she’ll make you giggle out…

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Walking in Vancouver – Capilano River

Walking in Vancouver – Capilano River

Marc and I went on our fist explore outside of Vancouver. We had a beautiful walk through the huge trees of the¬†Capilano River Regional Park. Then we did the most touristy thing so far – explore around the Capilano Suspension Bridge. We took a bus from just outside our hotel, and within half an hour, we’d made it not just out of the city, but up to some mountains!! Our original plan was to walk up Grouse Mountain as we…

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Moving to Canada with a cat – Monty update

Moving to Canada with a cat – Monty update

This post is mostly for my mum. She keeps asking if I’ll write more about our cat, Monty, who we brought to Vancouver with us. I realise that does not really fit into the “walks” or “larks” that I normally write about. BUT there isn’t a huge amount online about moving countries with cats, so maybe this will be useful for someone else one day!? Introducing Monty: As a kitten, Monty was one of the cutest little dudes I have…

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Walking in Vancouver – Stanley Park Seawall

Walking in Vancouver – Stanley Park Seawall

For our second Vancouver walk, Marc and I decided to explore the seawall around Stanley Park. I realise that my first two walks in Vancouver are incredibly obvious for people that live here. But we were just learning our way around the city, so it was really good to walk to these obvious places. ¬†We now both have a better idea of Vancouver’s layout. Stanley Park is amazing! It is so nice to have such a huge area of greenery…

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