Marla on the Move

Hello! We wanted to give everyone a little update to the site.. I love Fernweh Friday and am proud of all the work that has been put into it. As some of you may recall, we’ve been quickly running out of media storage. I’ve toyed with the idea of deleting and replacing old larger sized […]

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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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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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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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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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The Caribbean

I noticed on my way home last night that The Caribbean apartment building has put up their Christmas decorations. It’s pretty similar to many of the buildings in Vancouver’s West End, and doesn’t really stand out. So why am I posting about it?

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Choo chooooo!

I noticed this Christmas display through the doors of the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver last night and thought I’d share a quick photo.

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Flight 2050

Rather than taking the ferry to nearby Victoria, I decided to splurge and book us a flight on a seaplane with Harbour Air. We arrived early to check-in and then made our way to the snack stand for complimentary coffees and baked goods. The waiting area looks out towards Stanley Park. Most people gave me […]

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Coal Harbour

Several months ago I posted about an evening walk along the seawall in Coal Harbour. Last Sunday we were back again, but this time it was early in the morning. Check back tomorrow if you’re interested in knowing what had us up almost before the sun was. – Marla

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