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Walk the whole Vancouver Seawall

Walk the whole Vancouver Seawall

Did you know Vancouver has the world longest uninterrupted waterfront pathway, the Vancouver Seawall? It is a great place to stretch your legs or go for a picturesque cycle around the city. If you are new to Van City this is a great introduction to the area as it goes past sooo many of the main sights. If you fancy a mini challenge it is totally possible to hike the entire route in a single day, or even half a…

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Whytecliff Park – Vancouver’s Easy walks

Whytecliff Park – Vancouver’s Easy walks

Whytecliff Park is a pretty little park on the rugged coast of West Vancouver, over by Horseshoe Bay (where you can jump on a ferry to Bowen Island or Vancouver Island.) It’s not a place for a long walk, but it’s good for a little stroll before heading to Horseshoe Bay for fish and chips! When it’s sunny, I have a strong urge to get outside. The problem is, sometimes we have sunny weekends when Marc or I are not…

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Christchurch – New Brighton Beach

Christchurch – New Brighton Beach

Marc and I had a lovely relaxing stroll along New Brighton Beach. If you end up in Christchurch, you should too! It is easy to find parking, there is an amazing library right next to the beach as well as a fun looking play area filled with happy children! Beaches in Christchurch are great for mini walks. It is also a great spot to try some traditional Kiwi fish and chips, just make sure you keep your food away from…

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Connemara’s Best Beaches

Connemara’s Best Beaches

As a child, I was incredibly lucky to spend most of my holidays in Connemara on the West Coast of Ireland. My mum is an artist (she is amazing!) so she’d spend the summer painting all the gorgeous views and selling them to tourists. Meanwhile my sisters, brother and I would get to visit beaches, cycle around the countryside and wander up mountains. We used to live on the opposite side of this lake. You can see it was a…

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