The night market opens every year during the summer and opens from 7 PM – 12 AM. I went to the Richmond Night Market in BC, Canada.
It’s a bunch of tents on a large open space. The food stalls sell Asian foods and the tents sell cheap stuff from Asia. It’s really popular and the entrance fee for this one was around $3.75 which is expensive in my opinion. It’s still worth going.
Pocky was $1 each which is cheaper than the supermarket.
– I’ve been craving takoyaki ever since Hatchan made takoyaki for the Straw hats in One Piece
LOL I need to get a life!! Part of me loves me for being me, but the other part of me is like… why am I like this
I mean, anime hasn’t been interfering with my life. My family and friends irl treat me the same. If anything, anime has been treating me quite well LOL. I’ve met tons of online friends who love anime like me. People support my cosplaying hobby and the blog has really taken off thanks to my love for anime. I’m really happy with myself right now. I have no desire to change atm. ^^
I bought One Piece Zoro blocks/lego for $8. I’ve only seen Chopper in malls and the mall was selling for $15. Not only was this cheaper, there were more choices and I like Zoro more. ❤
Diamond blocks Gift Series – Zoro post HERE.
I also got 8 pairs of socks for $10. The ones I chose had Pokémon and Sailor Moon designs on them.
Part 1 HERE
Part 2 HERE
Here are some more food I’ve enjoyed with my Alphabet Crew in Vancouver, BC (Canada). These are definitely not all the restaurants I’ve been to these past few months. ^^
Brunch at Yolks with A, G, and V | Ice cream at McDonald’s with A and G
Udon from Sekai Udon with G and J | Ramen from Suika with A, G, J, J, and V | Bingsu from Passion8 with A, G, J, J, and V | Sushi and miso soup from Hime Sushi with J | Bubble tea from Chatime with J
Brunch at Catch 122 with A, G, J, J and V | Noodles at The Boss Restaurant with J | Sushi at Tsuki Sushi Bar with A, G, J, J, and V | Bubble tea at Bubble King Tea House with A, G, J, J, and V
Bubble tea at Pearl Fever with J
Hot pot at Boiling Point with J | Ramen at Danbo with A, G, and J
You can see that these are cherry blossoms by looking at the petals. There is a little slit at the end of each one.
No filter, in Vancouver, BC. Many people get mixed up between plum blossoms and cherry blossoms. There are many differences, but perhaps the easiest way is by looking at the petals. Cherry blossoms have a split at the end of each petal, while plum blossoms (pictured above) do not.
I took this photo from the 14th floor in Vancouver, BC in Canada. The view extended beyond the photo but unfortunately my phone camera couldn’t capture everything. These photos are not edited.
This is from the same photo above, but zoomed in to see the details of a small portion of the photo.