Dickens British Museum

As we all know, my love for England is a bit more of an obsession. When I found out that there was an English Teahouse hidden away in Chilliwack (of all places) I made sure Chris and I went to check it out. We also asked my dad to come along and make a day […]

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Scandinave Spa – Whistler

You don’t have to ask me twice to enjoy a spa day. Only a two and a bit hour drive away from Vancouver, you’ll find a slice of heaven hidden amongst the forests of Whistler. The scenic drive from Vancouver, up the sea to sky highway, to Whistler, sets the scene for a relaxing day. […]

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Happy Hour at Bow and Stern

I tend to try new restaurants in Downtown Vancouver as there are so many to choose from. Not only that, but it is super convenient to get to. However, I have found a little gem in Downtown Abbotsford. I was out that way to meet my friend Tiffany when she suggested we should go for […]

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A Weekend in Kelowna

Chris had never been farther east than Chilliwack, and while I had been to the Okanagan, I hadn’t been to Kelowna. We thought, what better way to spend our five year anniversary than to go somewhere new. We drove up to Kelowna after work on a Friday. We checked in to Hotel Zed, a cute […]

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Double Date in Fort Langley

One of my favourite places to go is Fort Langley. I know I’ve blogged about it before, but I just can’t get enough. The amazing buildings, the boutique shops, the fresh local food, what’s not to love? Our weather here in Vancouver is (was) finally beginning to look like Spring, so on the first warm, […]

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Top of Vancouver

During Dine Out Vancouver, we also went to try The Top of Vancouver Restaurant. This restaurant revolves over the city, above the Harbour Center, giving you a 360-degree view in an hour. The restaurant offers seating by the window, in the revolving area, as well as stationary seats. Chris and I made late reservations so […]

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Honey Salt

Annually in Vancouver, the Dine Out Festival takes place. Many restaurants all over the city and Lower Mainland take part. How it works is each restaurant has a set menu with a set price. You get three courses, with at least two different options, for either $20, $30 or $40. Dine Out is a great […]

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