Vancouver Quick Travel Guide for Cool Eats, Drinks and…


  • Run – English bay and Stanley park. I ran around the bay at like 9:30pm at night and it was incredible. The view of the lights and the buildings and the bridges is incredible. I saw a full moon over the main buildings when I ran back the other way. The natural beauty is great around there, it feels a bit like you are running through a forrest and the shoreline is on the other side. Its a great spot to have a picnic or even a first or second date!

Places to Drink

  • Peckinpah – Carolina style BBQ food. Ribs look and smell amazing. Very cool vibe – Corner of Carrall St
  • Lamplighter – Cool pinball machines and nice big open space for having some drinks.
  • Chill Winston – Cool bar

Notes on drinking in Canada:

  • A bloody Mary is called a Bloody Caesar. They call it that because they have Clamato which actually has clam juice in it aswell as Tomato juice. Some people are turned off that but I personally couldnt tell the difference.

Places to eat

  • Peaceful Chinese – Northern Style chinese – Dumplings and all the good and proper chinese food. Not American / Canadian style chinese that has lost its chinese authenticity. I love chinese food personally! (map)
  • The twisted fork – French style comfort food. The French toast stuffed with banana is awesome. The bloody Caesars look good too.
  • The Templeton – Diner – Super cheap – Good for breakfast but the lunch menu is terrible.
  • Joe’s Diner – American style diner. Cheap and good food. Open only till 4pm and they are ruthless with the time.
  • Dunns Famous Sandwiches – Big Deli style sandwiches – These things look incredible!

Things that will change in the future in the…

Things that will happen in the future:

  • You will get an electronic script as opposed to a hard copy one and you will just be able to walk into a pharmacy and buy it.
  • You will stop driving cars, robots will do it.
  • You will stop owning a computer, phone, tablet etc.. and instead just always be connected with 1 device.
  • Banks will stop paying interest to you for holding your money. Instead they will charge you to hold your money.
  • You will stop purchasing services like uber, deliveroo, home shopping delivery etc.. and instead purchase activities with an app that talks to those other apps. e.g. you will buy a party and it will talk with all the other apps to organise your friends, food, transport, reservations, payments etc.
  • Clear Pure Water will become the most expensive drink on earth.
  • Instead of getting plastic surgery on yourself you will get it on your robot avatar that represents you.
  • Virtual Reality tourism will become a bigger industry that real life tourism.
  • People will stop flying in aeroplanes and instead take high speed tubes and trains through the earth’s crust direct to where they want to go.
  • Natural beauty places will become the most rare and expensive destinations to live in.
  • Instagram will die because everyone has taken all of the photos that are worthy of being taken, it will become an archive to the internet of things. Instead people will watch videos of live events that are happening right now.
  • eSports will become the new military training ground for military recruitment.
  • People will stop getting married and instead form a new legal agreement outside of the government.
  • Schools will become custom education facilities that fast track train you in talents that are spotted at an early age.
  • Hospitals will mainly be run by robots and software engineers.
  • Children will be grown in a laboratory as a normal way to have a child.
  • Most humans will have a large portion of robotics inside them.
  • Packaging will become infinitely minimalist and biodegradable.
  • Fresh food that is not genetically modified will become the highest delicacy.
  • There will be a sea in the middle of Australia.
  • Solar power will be the normal  standard of energy production.
  • There will be no country borders, only the country of earth. In juxtaposition to the country of Mars.
  • Most children will have been to space by the age of 7.