And it's almost always cloudy, overcast, or raining. As a person who hates the sun and burns fast, this is a great blessing.
It's nice not having to walk around wiping your face every other second.
But seriously, that's pretty much what Erin and I did. We'd wake up, go out and find an interesting place to have lunch, go run around the city, eat some more, return back to her place, and then pass out.
One time we went and bought a box of donuts and ate that for dinner while watching TV. This is how you know you're an adult. When you can get away with eating atrocious things for dinner and not being reprimanded.
There were a few interesting things that we tried out while in Vancouver though, asides from our rampant gluttony. On the internet, there are games known as "Escape Room" games. Basically, you are trapped in a room and you need to use tools and hints within the room to break out.
Someone made real-life versions of such scenarios and they are a lot of fun. We grabbed one of Erin's friends to do one with us and we failed miserably. As in, we couldn't get beyond the second room.
If anyone else wants to try, I suggest running down to Exit if you're down there. Let me know how well you did with Lost Ship.
Erin also tried the Laboratory scenario with her family and failed.
But now that I'm back home, I have a whole slew of stories to share with you guys. Such as my health issues and how I hurt myself, my plans for the fall, and the creepy stalker from work.
Oh, and despite all my eating in Vancouver, I somehow managed to lose 5 pounds. Yay. Go me.