Granville Island purports itself as Vancouver's Town Square. Fair enough. It's that place in the city where there's everything for everyone in the whole family, in-laws included. You've got art, music, beer, food, sailing, shopping and lots of activities for the little ones to keep them busy.
For us, a trip to Vancouver isn't complete without a visit to Granville Public Market. From organic fruits and vegetables, freshly caught seafood and salmon smoked to perfection, to gourmet coffee, bread and chocolate, there's plenty of gastronomic delights in store.
Yes, excuse me, hello, I would like to know what those are?
An octopus. $7.99 a lb.
Salmon, with the head cut off. What is it about fish heads that freak people out?
Yes, I see I got good shots for Mommy's blog.
Smoked salmon, if you'd rather have them in a bagel with cream cheese...
A variety of berries in all shapes, colors and sizes...
Mushrooms, peppers, beans, eggplants, cucumbers and herbs...
More leafy green vegetables...although what I am really in the mood for is bread...
A fine selection of pastries at Terra Bread
While I enjoyed browsing the food stalls, Berry had a blast trying to befriend pigeons, and then running after them. Angkong was so amused!
Meanwhile, I managed to coerce Dada to take an outfit shot, which is really just a wardrobe remix of what I've worn previously. Told you I traveled light.
striped shirt from Saint James, Gap jacket, Topshop pleather shorts,
H&M scarf (the lighter version of the blue one I've worn previously), J.Crew belt,
Wolford tights, Repetto Jacksons, Celine luggage tote