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Wonderland Sculpture is Calgary’s Most Impressive Public Art

I have no doubt that the Wonderland Sculpture in Calgary is the city’s most impressive public art. It is unique, a head-turner, and great work of art. You have never been to Calgary if you haven’t seen, stood and wander in and around it. Yes, you have to walk around it – both near and […]

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This Peace Bridge in Calgary is a Photogenic Place to be

The Peace Bridge in Calgary looks like a bullet train – at least from afar. It also looks like a web, a cocoon, or something futuristic which a machine could come out of it swiftly. Or does it look like a puzzle, too? Oh yeah, it does look like that of a finger trap puzzle […]

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Calgary Skyline – Where to See and Take the Best Photos

Calgary skyline can be seen best once you go across the Bow River from downtown. The hills on the opposite side of the city will never fail to show you the city’s panoramic views from sunrise to sundown. As someone who loves city skyline, my first itinerary on my first day in Calgary was to visit […]

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Three Stunning Lakes in the Canadian Rockies That You Must See

Last week, I visited three turquoise-colored lakes in the Canadian Rockies: Emerald Lake, Lake Louise, and Moraine Lake. The first time I laid my eyes on each of them, I was utterly stunned, swept away by their incredible beauty. These lakes and the mountains surrounding them made me realize how tiny I am as a […]

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Photos: Vancouver Pride Parade 2019

The Vancouver Pride Parade 2019 was last Sunday, but summer days really make me lazy. I’d prefer to be just reading a book at hand while lying down on a beach, listening to the gentle waves of the Pacific Ocean. It’s my first time to attend the Pride Parade in Vancouver, and I was not […]

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Photos: Quarry Rock Hiking Trail in Deep Cove and the Views from Above (Vancouver, British Columbia).

Photos: Quarry Rock Trail in Deep Cove and the Views from Above

I did the Quarry Rock Hiking Trail yesterday for the first time. It was a beautiful day – and it’s a weekend, too! That means that hiking trails near Vancouver (reachable via public transport) were, as expected, crowded. And I survived. Halelu! 😀 😀 Directions: Vancouver to Deep Cove by Bus Start from the Waterfront […]

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Springtime at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver

Springtime at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver is what I needed on a sunny day yesterday. The last time I checked my weather forecast app was Tuesday and it showed a rainy on Friday so I didn’t really bother to check it again. But when I woke up at almost noon, I was surprised at […]

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Cherry Blossoms at Garry Point Park

Weather forecast in Vancouver this week is either rainy or cloudy. Yesterday, however, was exceptional. It was bright and sunny with a bearable chill. So where did I go? I wasted no time but visited the Garry Point Park. Going there took me an hour and a half but it was worth a trip to […]

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Sea to Sky Gondola Ride – The Views From the Summit Are Breathtakingly Stunning

It’s a blessing when you have a friend who knows how to drive. As someone who doesn’t know how to maneuver a vehicle, my movements are limited within the city of Vancouver and its neighboring areas that are accessible to public transport. Yesterday afternoon, a friend and I drove to Squamish to ride on the […]

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Photos: The Hollyburn Lodge Hiking Trail in Winter

I joined a short trip to Cypress Provincial Park yesterday. It’s just a 30-40 minute ride from downtown Vancouver – on a Saturday mid-morning. It was snowing when we arrived. It stopped for a while and snowed again. Coming from Toronto, that snow was nothing but a shower. 😉 Since the trail was a bit […]

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