My family and I celebrated Canada Day in Canada, and I’m all about it!
Stanley Park Canons
Our first stop was at Stanley Park where a century-old canon was fired to commemorate Canada Day. It was so loud! I could hear it through my earplugs (provided by the Canadian police and volunteers who so kindly passed them out).
Canada Day at Canada Place
Blocks lining the ports of Vancouver were closed off from drivers so that it could be a walking ground for people celebrating. There were shops and food stalls and entertainment. It was non-stop engagement every couple of steps through Vancouver.
Food Food and More Food
I’m only showing the corn on the cob and pastrami sandwich in photos, but my family and I had that and then some. We had dimsum and noodles from one stall, and another sandwich from another stall, and another pastry from another stall. lol, I was so busy eating that I forgot to take photos. Oh welps!
After walking through the busy streets of downtown, we stopped at a little market outside of town to get some fruits (for everyone else but me – because I don’t eat fruits). Based on my family’s review, the fruits were “super sweet and fresh and delicious.”
📍 Location: Vancouver, Canada