All, art, Canada, Vancouver

Vancouver Art Gallery

Visited Vancouver Art Gallery on a Wednesday night and they had renovation, the gallery was half closed. So there’s no entry fee (supposed to be $24 CAD per adult), instead, they asked for a donation. I like the collections, many contemporary pieces, and traditional ones. Emily Carr’s works were displayed here as well, I learned […]

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All, Canada, Daily life, garden, Nature, Travel, Vancouver, view

Stanley Park

We’re lucky to be there in such wonderful weather! Easily spent 3 to 4 hours walking around the park. Beautiful scenery, you’ve got the bay view, bridges, nature! A must when you visit Vancouver, and no entry fee 😉 Stanley Park. Vancouver’s own Little Mermaid, the Girl in Wetsuit! Magnificent trees. Almost all benches were dedicated […]

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All, Canada, food, Travel, Vancouver

When Eating at Vancouver

Well you gotta eat. Vancouver is full of choices of Asian foods, and I was happy to finally meet them, ahhhh … 👇 Simba, an African Cuisine Restaurant offering halal foods, yayyyy! Spicy and BIG portions! I think I gained most of my weight back while in Canada, big portion. Located at Denman street. Mexican joint, Tacofino […]

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breakfast

Yes, I Love Breakfast

Breakfast we eat, here and there. Singapore has many styles for breakfast, it’s one of those places that offer any type of cuisines. It’s a food heaven! We tried the fancier western breakfast at People’s Coffee Vancouver surprisingly was not that into breakfast (sigh), we went to Cora twice (which was very Quebec). Below are […]

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All, Canada, garden, Montreal

A Night at The Botanical Garden

Before the weather gets too cold, MontrĂ©al’s Botanical Garden was holding a Light Festival.  It was nice, similar to the one at Nusa Dua, Bali. There were Chinese and Japanese gardens. The Insectarium was not to be missed. A small Insectarium though has many gorgeous and terrifying looking insects. Just wonderful! 

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All, Canada, Daily life, food

Tasting Quebec 

Yes, Montreal has many kinds of restaurants, you just name it… But first.. Poutine! What is a Poutine? Let wiki answer this 😉 Poutine (/puːˈtiːn/; Quebec French: [putÍĄsÉȘn]) is a Quebecois dish originally made with French fries and cheese curds topped with a brown gravy.[1] The dish emerged in the late 1950s in the Centre-du-QuĂ©bec area.[2] For most of its existence, poutine was negatively perceived and mocked,[3] which is in […]

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All, Montreal, Music, Nature, People

Tam Tam in Action

When the weather is nice and sunny head over to Parc Jean Mance in Montreal and join hundreds of people playing any kind of percussions (Tam Tam) and just chilling enjoying the beat.  After that, do a trekking up the hill and see the belvedere with its view of the city. 

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