I was in Vancouver recently. Exhibited my facial codes series for ISEA.
Look at these 2 hipsters.
Does this reminds you of the Flatiron building?
at the Gastown district.
Pretty weird to take the train without paying the ticket but after a while, we got used to not paying.
Stayed at Burnaby in an Airbnb apartment and it was so convenient.
Fancy breakfast, not really.
Went over to the False Creek to take a ferry to Granville Island.
$5.50 for a ride up the False Creek Ferries.
Taking the ferry was a perfect way to see the buildings all around the creek.
Granville was really wonderful! Great food everywhere!
We head back by noon to Goldcorps Centre for the Arts to catch my professor presenting his work.
We also went to the touristy Capilano Suspension Bridge.
The bridge did some serious swinging when we were at the centre. But it was pretty fun. And safe.
From the treetop walk.
I tried. I tried.
Next was Yaletown. Managed to grab some authentic Thai food at a restaurant. Price was pretty decent actually. The waitress was thai with canadian accent. How cool is that shit.
This sunset was probably around 8.45pm, yes 8.45pm!
On the last day, we went to Grouse Mountain. We can actually see the mountain from our apartment.
We bought the Peak Experience ticket and we got to take the chair light further up the mountains.
13 minutes of pure intense moment as we went up but the moment is all worth it when we reached the top.
Vancouver is definitely a stark contrast to New York City but I am not complaining.
The view is so beautiful isn't it?
Would I probably go to Vancouver again? Probably yes. Would I go to Vancouver again if its free? Definitely.
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