When the sun finally comes out in Van, one of my favorite things to do is head to Jericho Beach. It’s rarely warm enough to swim, but it’s always nice to sit on the patio at The Galley and eat nachos! For $16, you get 18 inches of pure, gooey, nacho-ey goodness that simply must be shared with friends. It’s the perfect place to soak up the sun and enjoy a spectacular view of beautiful Vancouver.
The view of downtown from the patio
Beautiful Jericho Beach
Check out the Galley’s website, and make sure to take advantage of every sunny day we have!
What do you think this idiom means?
“Butterflies in my stomach”
When I went in front of the class to give my speech, I had butterflies in my stomach.
a. to be nervous
b. to be unprepared
c. to be extremely happy
Post a comment and let us know
See you all tomorrow at our movie night! 7pm!
Please contact us if you haven’t reserved your seat yet.
We went to the Barefoot Contessa on 3715 Main Street this weekend. They have a Commercial Drive location too.
It is the cutest store we’ve ever seen!
If you love fashion, this is the store for you!
We had so much fun trying on clothes. One of the best parts is that if the staff likes your fashion, you get 15% off! We got a great deal.
Lovely outfits for warm weather.
The summer dresses were especially wonderful.
Bags and sunglasses
Mixing scarves. We loved it.
We highly recommend checking out the Barefoot Contessa this summer. If you do, make sure you take some pictures and send them to us!
Check out their website for more information, their blog, and lots of photos!
“See eye to eye”
Example: I’d like to transfer to a new department because my boss and me never see eye to eye.”
a. have an argument
b. agree with each other
c. have a strong relationship
What do you think the idiom means? Post a comment if you know!
Here is our first Libby and Lynn Vancouver Recommendation!
Recently my mom and I checked out Queen Elizabeth Park and the Bloedel Floral Conservatory. We wanted to recommend this beautiful park to anyone who loves the outdoors and sightseeing, or just nature in general.
It’s a nice walk up the hill to Queen Elizabeth Park. Right now the park has beautiful flowers everywhere you look! The view of the city is fantastic, too. You can see all the way to North Van.
After walking in the garden we went into the conservatory. It’s so cheap – less than 6$ to go in! It’s small, but really beautiful and educational. We met lots of colourful birds too. It was a really great memory.
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I hope you visit it and enjoy it as much as I did!
Hello lovely English learners!
Please note that tomorrow our class is going to be held at 3:00 instead of 2:00.
Our lesson is going to be fun and delicious too!
We are excited to see you there!