Happy Friday, everyone!
What is your plans today? Going out with your friends or loved ones? Relaxing at home?
Forget all the things you’ve encountered this week and have a great weekend:)
Where we can try rock climbing in Vancouver?
Have you tried rock climbing?
By doing rock climbing, you are using whole body muscle so it’s good for excise.
here are some benefit combines cardio and strength into single
It might be hard who you do first time but you will get use to do it!
And I am going to introduce where you can try rock climbing.
520 Industrial Ave, Vancouver
Which beaches should I go?
1, English Bay Beach
English Bay Beach, also called First Beach, located along Beach Ave between Gilford St and Bidwell St, is the most populated beach area in Vancouver’s downtown area. The Stanley Park Seawall, a popular running and biking route, runs along the east side of the beach.
2, Kitsilano Beach
Kitsilano Beach, known as “Kits” Beach, is located on Cornwall Ave at the north end of Yew St. The Seawall runs along side the beach and Kitsilano Pool is at the west side.
Kits is family friendly, too, and great for swimmers: the waves are calm, and the beach’s park includes the awesome Kits Pool, the longest outdoor pool in Canada.
3, Ambleside Beach
Ambleside Park offers a variety of different activities for people of all ages. There is a seaside walk that offers beautiful views, and it’s dog-friendly. The park also has a children’s section and area to have picnics. And if you’re feeling a little hungry there are some wonderful dining choices.
ウエストバンクーバーにあるビーチ、Amblesideビーチ！ English BayやKitsilanoに比べて、人が少なくそんなに混んでいないので、静かにゆったりしたい方におすすめです。
Studying abroad, even briefly, is an awesome way to see the non-touristy side of a new country whilst adding valuable international study experience to your resume. Be careful to check if you’re applicable though – many are only open to current students or recent graduates. Sob.
According to a recent survey by TimeBank, 73% of employers would employ a candidate with volunteer experience over one without, so it really pays to factor in some volunteering on your travels. Sites like Workaway.info and Freevolunteering.net can put you in touch with organisations and individuals looking for volunteers around the world.
Learning a foreign language, even to a basic level, can really add something extra to your CV and is a brilliant way to fully immerse yourself in a new culture on your travels. A good hack is to learn a language in a place where living costs are lower – so instead of learning Spanish in Spain, head to Guatemala.
Working in a foreign country is a great way to make a bit of money to pay for your onward travels. The Erasmus+ scheme at university doesn’t just fund study abroad but you can also use the scheme up to one year after you’ve graduated to get a grant to work abroad in a European country too.
Whether you want a teaching career or not, teaching still adds loads of impressive skills to your CV, such as communication, teamwork skills and your ability to work in a foreign country. One of the easiest ways is to take a short TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) course, which will gives you the skills to teach english in language schools all around the world.
How can you make sure you will be protected against the cold?
Vancouver has an average winter temperature of 2~5℃!Nov~Feb)
But as you know, recently Vancouver has been extremely cold! The temperate along with the humidity makes it feel like below -10!
Things you probably need to stay warm!
Layers! You might need more than one layer! Jacket, sweaters, long sleeves, t-shirts, under shirts!
Disposal Heating pads
You can buy at London Drugs!
A hot water bottle
It’s a container filled with hot water, and used to warm up your bed.
Especially your feet, but be careful not to burn yourself!
Ear muffs and gloves
When you go out side, you absolutely need ear muffs.
You can buy earmuffs at an affordable price.
This year, winter is expected to be freezing!
So be prepared and stay warm!
Don’t Feed Thieves! Some Safety Tips for Vancouver
You should be careful in Vancouver! Here are some tips on how to prevent getting
involved in something!
Canada is basically a safe country, but you do have to be careful with your luggage,
homeless people and pick pockets.
Here is a list of places where your luggage could be stolen:
Summer is here and no better time to introduce: CCEL a very unique ESL school in Vancouver.
Why is CCEL amazing?
1 SMRT Curriculum
Students use laptops during class.
SMRT curriculum prepares students to excel in all areas of English.
Instructions and classroom activities apply the use of the Internet as a powerful learning tool and communication medium,
drawing from such resources as YouTube, TED, and Wikipedia.
2 Working Holiday Program
This program is suited for students looking for a job after graduating from CCEL.
Students can learn Business English, Hospitality English and how to build their resume.
After completing the program, students are ready for the workplace!
3 Student dormitories
CCEL has Student dormitory.
The dormitories are located in downtown Vancouver, next to world famous Stanley Park
and is on trendy Robson Street.
Good thing is a Free lunch is served at eh! restaurant from Monday to Friday if you pre-pay for 3+ months!!!
4 E learning
CCEL provides ‘’E Lerning service’’ to the students can study English broad cast after class!
If you want to know more details please contact Mariko