beautiful food

Aside from the attractions, shopping and terrible service I’ve been experiencing in restaurants, Vancouver B.C. has kept me entertained with all the amazing food.  Food, yes, my main concern.  It wouldn’t be vacation if I didn’t gain at least three pounds.  I present to you a sampling of what my eyes and/or belly have been feasting on:

olives from an olive bar at the Granville Market


limes that look like mini brains


I don’t even eat it, but it’s pretty


frosting never gets old


colorful vegetables!


Cupcakes’ mint n’ chip and caramella


more sweets…

And last, but certainly not least…

I may be out of the country, but my potato chip addiction remains.  These “all dressed” potato chips taste kind of like the BBQ flavor in America.  Simulated flavor and all, they’re good.  That’s all the cashier at the market told me, and she was right.

Must lick orange salt off fingers now.

P.S. This is how I behave after ingestion of 2000+ calories worth of dessert.  Olive is genuinely worried about me.

What do you mean I can’t have a fourth cupcake?!?! Aaaargh!


  1. Sue says:

    we saw those guys on Sunday ! You, unfortunately, were not there when we were. I found the traffic horrid, the pedestrians ruder than rude, the parking (there was none) intolerable, the beach was pretty, but I was unimpressed. I am not wild and crazy about Vancouver, I LOVE LOVE Victoria though. Can hardly wait to go back.

  2. Lola says:

    I agree. It’s very Europe-like up there, some of which takes me back home and I really enjoy. But Portland has definitely spoiled me because now I expect good, friendly and genuine service everywhere I go. Let’s go on another road trip!

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