A selection of Cecilia Ryan's published works including blog posts and client testimonials.
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Freelance writer specialising in travel, tourism and blogging
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13-4122 Village Green, Whistler. For a delicious and reasonably priced breakfast, Stonesedge is number 1. Eggs bennies are available until 3pm, average about $13 and mimosas are always a welcome addition. If the purse strings will allow, add a side of the creamy mushrooms. The words 'creamy' and 'mushrooms' should be enough explanation!
The city where the sea meets the sky, the skyscrapers are outclassed by nature's skyscrapers and the sun sets over the water every night. You might say Vancouver's pretty picturesque. There are so many places to enjoy stunning views that we decided to list them!
One of the top perks of working in downtown Vancouver are the countless happy hours found within walking distance. Get the rundown on food, drink, and restaurant vibes in Vancouver Foodie Tours ' 17 Hot Spots for Vancouver Happy Hour.
Vancouver summer is here and we've got the dodgy tan lines to prove it! Although don't say it too loudly in case rain hears and decides to make a come-back! When the sun is shining, Vancouver is the most beautiful place to be. It's the perfect time to get outside and explore the city.
Voted by National Geographic as one of the Top 10 playgrounds in the country, the Adventure Playground at the Berkeley Marina is a treasure. Often described as a "junk yard", it's fuel for your kids imaginations with unusual forts, boats and towers to climb.
Written by Cecilia Ryan - Vancouver Foodie Tours Gastown is Vancouver's #1 Foodie neighbourhood and is the hub for new and exciting restaurants.Photo Credit: Josh Boettcher When people think of Gastown, they think of the cobbled streets, the famed steam clock, the Victorian architecture, the fascinating history and ... the food!
Written by: Cecilia Ryan & Joyce Chua Sprawled over Jack Poole Plaza, the 8th annual Vancouver Christmas Market dazzles on Vancouver's waterfront. The snow-capped North Shore mountains provide a picture-perfect backdrop as you wander the glittering Christmas village. Get lost amongst the rows of wooden huts, perusing market stall trinkets while delighting in mouthfuls of Bratwurst, Schnitzel and Pretzels.
With such an abundance tours and activities to choose from in Vancouver, the costs can quickly rack up. Rather than having to choose or sacrifice experiences we're keen to try, we just have to be savvy! Seek the deals and they will come. Or in this case, read on ...
Raising kids is tough. Period. The toughest thing you will ever do! And for many of us, we might be doing the job alone or in a low income family or have many socio-economic factors challenging our everyday lives. We may face challenges due to our age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion.
Dine Out Vancouver festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year and this invokes all kinds of the warm and fuzzies. We wanted to take a little trip down memory lane and round up the best of Dine Out Vancouver's Canadian dishes.
As we celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary, it's a great time to connect with our inner history buff and stop and think about how much we really know about our beloved city. Vancouver offers a fascinating history from its First Nations heritage to its most historic neighbourhood, Gastown.
We all have the friends whose child was out of diapers by 18 months and potty training was a dream. But then we also have the friends whose kids were still in diapers until the age of 4. It might have been easy with your first child but the second just won't do it.