I didn’t have a taco, drink a pint, or even put my toes in the water at Long Beach. I did Tofinowrong.
Now, in my defense, this Labour Day weekend I was staying in Ucluelet, so I only spent a short time in Tofino but I’m still disappointed in myself for not following through on the things I wanted to see and do.
If you’re a westcoaster, you know that every time you mention that you’ve been to Tofino someone inevitably asks, “Did you have a taco?” or “Did you go surfing?”
No! I didn’t do anything I intended to in Tofino and I’m still mildly upset about it. But I keep telling myself, “It’s just another reason to go back”.
Whenever you are planning a trip to a new city there are necessary things you look into. For example, transportation, accommodation, and local attractions.
But often times, we don’t look into the specific events happening in the city throughout our stay, resulting in a, “If I knew THAT was going on, I totally would of checked it out” moment.
Thankfully, when it comes to the city of Vancouver there is ample information on what’s happening in the city on any day of the week. So, before you plan your whole vacation, make sure to check out these websites to make the most out of your stay.
The minute the fall temperatures start rolling in, many of us are reminded that the cold winter that is just around the corner. Ice. Snow. Polar Vortex. We know it’s coming, but we’re just not ready to think about it yet, so what do a lot of Canadians do?
Start planning a winter vacation!
That’s right, we start looking for a vacation that will make our Canadian winter just the slightest bit more bearable.
I’ve been back in Vancouver for about a month, and after enjoying the last few weeks of summer, the time has come…
It’s time to get a job.
Finding a full-time job is essentially having a full-time job. From the job searches to the resume re-dos, the thought put into cover letters, and the added bonus of social media profiles. Finding a job is a lot of work, especially when you are determined to get the job you want.