One of the highlights of our brief jaunt in Vancouver was Stanley Park, a vast, 1001-acre public park that dominates the peninsula north of downtown Vancouver. It’s mostly old, dense forest (many trees are hundreds of years old), and it features bike paths and trails spidering throughout. It’s understandably a popular destination for daily exercisers. Continue reading
We nearly circled the entire island in our daily adventures. Seeking out some beautiful waterfalls and lush foliage, we came to a park and campground on the northeastern corner. It was just north enough that we caught some glimpses of the sun as it descended behind the craggy hills, but not so much as to see it touch the horizon. Continue reading
Day 6 was much quieter, dedicated to parks and crossings. It was a relief to take it easy for a day.
Aaron decided to mix the morning meal up by getting the “western-style breakfast.” For reference, according to the Japanese, this is what an American breakfast looks like. I think they give us too much credit. With Shibuya on the agenda, I was sure to grab my tripod, and we headed out. Continue reading