This park was close to where I was staying. I went for a late evening/sunset walk through it, and wow it’s a huge and beautiful place! Lots of pathways for strolling and different flora and fauna 🌺🌿 and of course, great views of the mountains ⛰
This park is in a formal industrial area, and is now a "naturalized wetland". It was created for the 2010 Olympics and is a short walk away from Olympic Village.
There were so many unique installations around False Creek.
This is the free part of the area - the garden charged an entry fee and I was on a tight budget. Regardless, the park was gorgeous, and the shade from all the tall tress provided shelter from the blazing sun. There were fish and turtles in the water too 🐢
I stopped here to eat my lunch - a La Tinga wrap from the nearby Vegan Cave Cafe. This was a lovely park with a neat pathway over a water feature.
I lucked into more beautiful (and hot) weather for my day in Stanley Park. Walking the entire park in one day made my legs sore the next day but it was worth it! There were so many diverse areas and the trail around the park gives amazing views of the sea 🌊
Conference time! Just some pics from around the UBC campus.
Really good tacos & the place had veggie/vegan options. The tacos on the left were the tofu ones, and on the right are the jackfruit ones. The downside is that the tacos are small & kind of pricey.
We took a very long and sometimes steep staircase down to this beach that’s adjacent to the UBC campus.
Bye Vancouver, it was fun 👋😊