Vancouver timeline

For the sake of organization:

  • 6 Sept – Arrive in Vancouver at 9:35am PST
  • 8 Sept – Cabin Fever 2 begins
  • 9 Sept – Drew Sexsmith’s birthday
  • 10 Sept – Cabin Fever 2 ends ; Nick Ellan’s birthday
  • 15 Sept – Meet with former profs at UBC
  • 16 Sept – Party in North Vancouver
  • 17 Sept – Petgill Lake hike, following pancake breakfast
  • 20 Sept – Dentist appointment
  • 22 Sept – Hilary McNaughton’s birthday
  • 23 Sept – Depart from Vancouver at 8:55pm PST

List subject to revision and addition. Finding space for these items is particularly important. Also, does anyone know exactly when these parties are to occur?

Author: Milan

In the spring of 2005, I graduated from the University of British Columbia with a degree in International Relations and a general focus in the area of environmental politics. In the fall of 2005, I began reading for an M.Phil in IR at Wadham College, Oxford. Outside school, I am very interested in photography, writing, and the outdoors. I am writing this blog to keep in touch with friends and family around the world, provide a more personal view of graduate student life in Oxford, and pass on some lessons I've learned here.

5 thoughts on “Vancouver timeline”

  1. R.K.

    There are huge gaps in that timeline. This is mostly meant to be a place to lay down the things that must happen at particular times, and which I cannot miss.

  2. Surely it would be better to just let some things fall out howsoever they do. It seemed to work well for you in Ireland, and you actually know people in Vancouver.

  3. Anonymous,

    No, I haven’t. I am counting on being able to find something good on the basis of information from friends, during the period when I am over there,

  4. It is that time of year again & the beer fest (technically, the Brewmasters Festival) is happening next week. It is in BC Place next Friday & costs $25 per ticket, plus you’ll have to buy extra samples. See
    Now, that might sound like a lot of money, but there are breweries from all over the province who bring excellent beers that you will NEVER find outside the festival (trust me, I’ve tried).

    Never had a blackcurrant lambic? Come to the beer festival!
    Dying to try some pumpkin ale (there were 2 types last year)? Come to the beer festival!
    Wanna taste a double chocolate porter with chilli? You probably get the idea at this point.

    I shall be buying my ticket from Ticketmaster at UBC. If you want a ticket or several and would like me to get them for you then let me know. Otherwise, be warned that tickets at $35 at the door.

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