My family used to go for the fireworks competitions in Vancouver every summer at Kits Beach when our boys were still young. We have not been back for a few years since our boys have grown up. Nowadays, Nanzaro will go watch it with his friends and Arkensen is not interested anymore.
Ben was lucky to find a free parking on a side street at W 5th ave and Burrard St. We walked over the Burrard St. Bridge to go the English Bay. From the Burrard St. Bridge, we could see leisure boats sailing towards the barge for the fireworks.
The view of the beach from Burrard St. Bridge.
The view of Burrard St. Bridge from the beach. Continue reading
Richmond celebrated the end of the summer with a big bag. The Richmond World Festival attracted more than 30,000 people.
The Richmond World Festival celebrates the city’s cultural diversity through food, sport, art and music.
There were over 40 food trucks showing the region’s flavour in the FEASTival of Flavours.
Here were just a few of them.
Ben and I had a heavy breakfast, so we did not sample any of the food.
However, Nanzaro did get a wrap from a Greek food truck.
While Arkensen got a Poke bowl from Hiko Sushi food truck.
I came here for the Vancouver Cantonese Opera performance. I simply love this art form. The costumes are colorful, intricate and unique. The costumes tell the characteristic of the character. It depicts the nature of the play. Continue reading
After the lunch at Hi Genki, we decided to go to the PNE despite of rain in the forecast.
We entered via the Playland entrance. Even though the sky was gloomy, but the Playland was a fun place.
It’s nice to watch people having fun on those adrenalin rushing rides.
Here are more photos from Playland and PNE.