There’s a whole heap of amazing things to do in Vancouver. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a little slice of culture, cake or the most incredible natural landscapes, the city has been bestowed with an epic amount of things to do and see when visiting this region. I mean, it shouldn’t come as … Continue Reading

Vancouver is one amazing city to visit! Hands down, it’s been one of my favourite cities since my very first visit around 7 years ago and I’ve no shame in saying I’d visit every week if I could! It’s one of those cities that’s not just buzzing with city life and energy but also so … Continue Reading

I have no idea how to make this post short so I’m not even gonna try! Once you see the photos from that flight to (and from) Whistler, you’ll understand why it was a struggle to stop taking photos – that place is gorgeous! Suffice to say, your obligatory tea and biscuits (oh, what the … Continue Reading

Ever since we laid out our plans for Vancouver, there was one thing I was really looking forward to – that thing was heading over to Whistler for the day. This was partly because I’d never gotten to visit Whistler before but mostly because the views on the way over were said to be absolutely … Continue Reading

For the first time since we arrived in Vancouver (on this trip, anyway), we decided to tear ourselves away from the wonderful breakfast at the Shangri La and head into town for breakfast. There was a place in town everyone kept raving about and my gluttony was far too intrigued to not pop in and … Continue Reading

It’s not often I do a stand-alone foodie post like this but I just couldn’t figure out a better way to show you this amazing gem we found in Vancouver. For starters, I ate far too much and hence have far too many photos to append to the actual next post (*it would just be … Continue Reading

Day two in Vancouver! Technically, it’s day 3 but jet lag got the best of the very first day so Day 2 it is. Like I said, before, breakfast at the Shangri La Hotel in Vancouver is something of an event. It’s not something you rush – there’s no buffet – everything is made to … Continue Reading

Vancouver is a delicious city – and I say that literally! There are so many mouth-watering places to eat, so many places to explore and a shed load of delicious bakeries to gorge at. Now, there’s one thing that I always pride myself on and that’s knowing my puddings, pastries and pain au chocolat! If I find … Continue Reading

Vancouver is an incredible city and one of my favourites in all of Canada, (shhhh, don’t tell the others). What makes it even more amazing is the huge array of delicious food and watering holes you can find scatted around this amazing Canadian city. 🇨🇦 From authentic Italian, French inspired and some yummy Canadian classics, … Continue Reading

Canada is an incredible country to explore. From cities like Toronto and Edmonton to gorgeous spots such as Jasper and the rest of Alberta, Canada is as diverse as a country could possibly be, with the province of British Columbia being no different. I have a deep and probably overly zealous love of everything Canadian… … Continue Reading

After our brilliant morning cycling through Vancouver, we made our way over to Nightingale for lunch. Nightingale is one of the most recommended places by locals (pretty much everyone we asked or told kept telling us how good it was) and so we arrived with rather lofty expectations (and a growing rumble in our tummies). … Continue Reading

We arrived into Vancouver in the tiredest, sleepiest, jetlag-iest haze ever! (*Some of those may not be real words but you get my drift… 🙂 ) Here’s why – we started out journey almost 48 hours before in Nepal where we flew from Kathmandu to Abu Dhabi. We stayed in Abu Dhabi for a few … Continue Reading

As I’ve mentioned (and perhaps far too many times), Vancouver is the first place I ever visited in Canada and the place that made me totally fall in love with Canada! There are very few places in the world that make you feel at home as soon as you step foot in them and Vancouver … Continue Reading

I arrived in Vancouver not really knowing what to expect. We were in Seattle for a little over a week and Lloyd figured it would make sense to take a train up the coast to Vancouver. I’d never been to Canada prior so it seemed like such a great idea – especially the train ride … Continue Reading