E is for Étretat

In this installment of our Alphabet series, let’s take a quick trip to the Upper Normandy Coast of Northern France.

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D is for Dale Chihuly

For this installment, let’s take a look at the stunning works of world renowned artist Dale Chihuly. The Chihuly Garden and Glass (CG&G), located next to the Space Needle and Museum of Pop Culture, is a must-visit for any art lover. Here is a small handful of the photos I took during my visit yesterday.

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Tea for Two (times 2)

Shout out to Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford for bringing to the world the delightful tradition of Afternoon Tea. I’ve taken part in the popular pastime twice recently, and thought I’d share with you my experiences.

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C is for Canoeing

In this installation of our biweekly Alphabet series, I’m taking you on a canoe trip on the Dordogne River. Grab your lifejacket, and let’s get going!

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Change of Scenery

For a change of scenery this afternoon, my boyfriend and I decided to take a drive over to the North Shore.

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B is for Bayeux Cathedral

In this installation of our biweekly Alphabet series, I’m sharing with you some photos taken at Bayeux Cathedral – or Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Bayeux.

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Nathan Creek

I recently spent a pleasant afternoon with my father out in Langley, where he lives. First we enjoyed lunch at one of his favourite cheap and cheerful restaurants, and afterwards we took a walk along Nathan Creek (part of the Glen Valley Watersheds).

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The Old Stone Bridge at Whirlpool Falls

During a quick trip to Bellingham last weekend, I suggested that my boyfriend and I make an impromptu visit to Whatcom Park. I’d recently read about the park and was keen to check out the waterfalls.

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A is for Airplanes

In 2018, we shared some of our favourite travel-related quotes. For 2019 we thought we’d try something different. Using the letters of the alphabet, we’ll share photos and travel anecdotes on a biweekly basis. To start off this new series, I’m sharing a few photos taken at The Museum of Flight a few years ago.

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Fraser River Trail

A rare break in the rain brought my boyfriend and I to the Fraser River, which cuts through South Vancouver.

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Happy New Year!

Where has the time gone? As 2018 comes to a close, we’d like to thank everyone who has stopped by our blog this year. It’s been so much fun to bring you along on our adventures.

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George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary

Raincouver has been living up to its nickname with what feels like weeks and weeks of non-stop downpour. I’m on holiday right now and while my intention was to spend my days hidden in a blanket fort surrounded by chocolate wrappers, waking to sunshine and blue skies had me running out the door.

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