I Fufilled a Childhood Dream Today

December 21, 2007 at 08:16 2 comments

The Vancouver Aquarium was fucking awesome, I was so excited that I couldn’t help but run around wildly, and insist of looking at every exhibit at least twice.

not only was there marine life, but they had snakes, bats, birds and a SLOTH!!! I took hundreds of awesome pictures too.

Apparently animals like me.

I made friends with a sea turtle, who followed me as I walked back and forth in front of the glass.

The Anaconda, which hadn’t moved in the twenty minutes that some little kid was waiting , lifted it’s head and looked right at me when I walked up.

One of the birds, a green amazon parrot, was showing off for me and talking with me for a half an hour and then tried to follow me out of the exhibit.

And my favorite part of the day, and the part that totally made all of my dreams come true was when the littlest of the 4 white sided dolphins kept coming up to the window and touching it’s nose to my hand and dancing and snapping with me. . . of coarse as soon as I turned on the video camera, she stopped doing cute things and just started looking at me.

We went shopping on Granville Island after that, I had lots of fun running around the market and checking out of the cool local artist galleries. I even got a chance to check out the Emily Carr art school (the student art displays were horribly pretentious and boring but it was fun none-the-less).

needless to say I am freekin-A tired. but there is no rest for the wicked. . . we’re off to see a light show in the harbour and take a walk through the Van Dusen gardens.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Abigail Road  |  December 22, 2007 at 02:00

    sounds like you’re having a great holiday so far! Merry Festivus!

  • 2. Knuckle Toes  |  December 22, 2007 at 07:06

    Have I ever mentioned that I hate you and hope you die?


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