The following has been adapted from actual correspondences I arrived on the 14th, flying from Hamburg to Stuttgart. Hamburg is a very fine city that has a dynamic blend of old buildings and startling modern architecture. They have an immense construction project at the harbour that is similar to the Expo lands development. People are […]
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What is there to write about when you’re momentarily uninspired? You write about the weather (and in this town, transit and construction too). Influenced by Keira’s lust for Jugo Juice as of late, I headed over to my nearby location to pick up a Berry Blast and a wrap for lunch. Along the way I […]
We did a podcast, it’s true. Remember when we asked for some input and audience participation like a month ago [Keira-Anne][Miss604]? Well I just now got around to editing and publishing the audio and we now have RadioZoom Episode #144 online for your listening pleasure. Photo Credit: Keira-Anne on Flickr Thanks to Keira for taking […]
For the first time in a while we spent the day focused on ourselves and since John was down and out with strep throat on our actual anniversary we just did what we wanted and had no further commitments all day. Photo Credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr After brunch in English Bay we strolled over […]
I was a fan of the Amber Ale, while Keira leaned more toward the Lager. NatureLand Organic Beer is Canada’s first organic beer, pumping out two lovely samples of their 5% brew at the Green Living Show this weekend. This Gold winning Ale has been recently introduced to the British Columbia market. This unique beer […]
Upon first inspection this looked like a booth that promoted some lovely soy candles, but it was actually more than that. The soy candles, that come in many delicious flavours like oatmeal (that made Keira smell like cookies), cucumber melon, root beer, peaches, tangerine pina colada, and strawberry banana also serve as a skin moisturizer. […]