I recently returned from Vancouver and I have a list of activities that were very pleasing. First of all, the cuisine was Splendid. There’s a high level of multiculturalism in Vancouver, and you would be a fool not to engage and eating some foreign cuisine! What I’m saying is that the food is really good. The Chinese food, Vietnamese food, and Japanese Food were specifically top-notch. I’ve never been that big of a sushi fan before, but I’ve never lived on the coast before either, and the sushi was so affordable and so delicious. I also suggest going to a sports game. Vancouver has some amazing sports fans.
They have a soccer team, a football team, and a hockey team depending on what season you are in the city. I also went and saw some great independent music shows, and I would suggest that you keep your eyes open for posters. As a major Canadian city, I love the best artists in the country move to Vancouver, so the independent art scene is thriving with some of the best young artists in the entire country.
What else? Well, I enjoyed engaging with a Vancouver Realtor who I met at a social Gathering, and even going and looking at some properties. I’ve been thinking about potentially investing in Vancouver property for years. I should have done it years ago, as the market has really skyrocketed over the last couple of years, but this realtor was kind enough to show me some great deals that he knew about just outside of Vancouver, in Burnaby.
He showed me some Burnaby condos for sale which are still on my mind. Sometimes, you see a property that is just perfect for you, and that happened to me. Unfortunately, property in Vancouver is in cheap, but still, with the American dollar being so dominant over the Canadian dollar, this is a good time to buy if you’re not living on wages that are paid in the Canadian currency. There is also another option for properties that are for sale. I saw a website which says about Coal Harbour Condos for sale and I am also interested.
Like me! What other activities are worth doing? I say that you should go whale-watching. Vancouver has a lot of orca whales and they are really special. Also consider going to the beach shore climbing a mountain. Vancouver’s best feature is the nature that it is built within. If you’ve got time, go over to Vancouver Island and explore cities like Victoria, Nanaimo, and Tofino. If you don’t have the time, just go to Granville Island, which is a district of the city of Vancouver with some great food and activities.