PuB NiGHT XXL Review: The Bourbon

Thank you all for joining our PuB NiGHT XXL last night at The Bourbon.

The Bourbon is a bar located in Gastown. It offers their customers the top DJ’s in the city, great drinks, great staff and an all round good time. Normally they don’t have DJ’s on Wednesday, but since we had a big group yesterday they arranged a DJ especially for us.

23698691_1532916680130331_797818645_oOur evening started early in the evening when we had a dinner with Dutch students from NHTV, the school Bart and I are attending as well, after the dinner we invited them all to The Bourbon to join us for PuB NiGHT.

After arriving at The Bourbon we had some drinks and played some games. After having enough drinks we decided to bring the Dutchies and our candidates to The Met for some karaoke and cheap drinks.

We had a blast with all of you! Hope to see you all at the Canucks game this Saturday!

-Mandy

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PuB NiGHT Review: 131 Water

Thank you all for joining us last night at our PuB NiGHT at 131 Water!

131 Water is a pub located in Gastown with a lot of different board and card games. They also have happy hour every Wednesday from 9 pm until closing time, which makes it perfect for our PuB NiGHT.

After work I first had dinner and afterwards met up with Maxine, Roslyn, Rieke and Ruairidh for some drinks.

23468467_1526196757468990_1383807850_o.jpgAfter the drinks it was time to go to the pub. Once we arrived in the PuB we ordered some food and drinks and started to play the game “ Cards against Humanity”. After a lot of beer and laughter we decided to end our night at of course The Met for some karaoke.

But it was not a normal karaoke night since it was the DJ’s Birthday so we of course sang Happy Birthday and some more songs.

I’m looking forward to see you all on Saturday for the escape room!

-Mandy

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How was your weekend?

My weekend was great! Thanks to you! You made this weekend a weekend I will remember. Everyone survived, except our new friend Bob. Are you curious what we all did in Whistler? Good! Keep reading and you will find out.

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It was an early Saturday morning. Time to get up and prepare myself for a fun weekend. We took the bus and drove a beautiful road all the way up to Whistler. Right after check-in it was already time to go to the bungee jump office. We drove with a van into the mountains where we stopped at a bridge. This is it, there is no way back now. We nervously waited on the bridge till it was our turn to jump from it. I got even more nervous when it was my turn to jump. I still remember the instructor saying: “Just look at the treetops and try to catch them”. So I did. Without thinking I jumped and a second later my view went from the treetops to the river underneath me. At that time I realised how high this was. Those were the most terrifying seconds of my life. Then I felt the rope that broke my fall and I felt so relieved and free. I did it! After everybody jumped and saw their pictures we went back to the apartments.

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We decided to do a more relaxing thing now, so we decided to go in the hot tub. While the rest of the group was in a minus 32 degrees room to taste some vodka, we were swimming in a 32 degrees hot tub. There have to be some difference. When we went back to the apartments, we made some delicious spaghetti and did some fun games. When the time was ready, we decided to explore Whistler village to check out the clubs. We went to Tommy Africa’s, a small but fun club were we enjoyed ourselves on the dance floor, in the pole or at the bar.

IMG-20171029-WA0019_previewNext day, everybody woke up happy and full of energy. Maxine and Marvin made us some really tasty eggs. After breakfast we went to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre to learn all about these two different cultures. We watched a movie, did the tour and made a bracelet out of wood. When the tour was finished we went to the village to get some lunch. The last few hours in Whistler we played the Scavenger Hunt Game. Besides people proposing strangers, doing a dramatic earthquake scene, dancing the Macarena, earning money as a street musician and doing a breakdance on the street, nothing weird happened. Unfortunately, time was already there to go back to the bus.

I hope you enjoyed the Whistler trip as much as I did. Thanks again for being part of this experience, it wouldn’t be that fun without you. You all get the greetings from Bob as well. There will be no pub night at Wednesday, but I hope to see you all tomorrow at the Halloween party!

– Bart

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PuB NiGHT Review: 131 Water

Everybody who joined PuB NiGHT yesterday, thank you very much! We had a lot of fun.

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The 131 Water pub is famous for their games and cheap drinks. And we made use of that! People were playing ‘Who am I?’ and ‘Cards against Humanity’. During the games we enjoyed the happy hour deals from 9 pm till 12 am. The pub is located in a very nice location in Gastown, close to the Metropole and because of that we sang some songs afterwards in this karaoke bar. We closed the night with some food and went home.

Now it’s time to mentally prepare ourselves and our livers for the pub-crawl this Saturday. See you!

– Bart

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The Amazing Rockies Trip by Danielle

This weekend it was finally time to go to The Rockies! We had to be at Canada Place early Friday morning and the rain was pouring down on us. Luckily I got on the bus as one of the first people, so I claimed the back for all of us. When everyone was settled in we started our journey to The Rockies. We left raincouver behind and were heading to the BC Wildlife Park. We had a few stops in between, but those were just to get some food and go to the washroom. It’s a long drive, but the scenery was amazing and we played a game to kill 17949927_1386764761359893_418718213_osome time. The BC Wildlife Park was a great start of our weekend. We got to see Grizzly Bears, Black Bears, Cougars, Coyotes and many more. Sometimes I felt bad for some of the animals because their cases are pretty small, but we were told that they all got hurt and are being looked after in the park, so that’s great. After the wildlife park we continued our journey to Chase and ended up at a beautiful hotel next to a lake. They made a campfire and someone from the First Nation was telling us their stories and legends. I don’t know a lot about the First Nation, so it was very interesting to hear all the stories. Unfortunately it was getting really cold really fast, so we decided to go inside and have a little party in our room. In the end we had 14 people in our room and we were drinking, playing games and having fun. It was a great night to start of our weekend.

Saturday morning started early again and that was a little hard for me, so I continued getting my sleep in the bus. We stopped at Emerald lake, which was still completely frozen. It was really pretty to see and a good preview for Lake Louise. Lake Louise was still completely frozen too and there was so much snow that I had to wear my sunglasses to be able to see. We walked over Lake Louise, which was quite hard because it was so slippery. At the other side of the lake we saw a beautiful frozen waterfall and took some 18012824_1712979078717536_2073992347_opictures there. Then we walked back on the side of the lake, which wasn’t any easier than walking on the lake itself. We got back to the bus just in time and continued our journey to Banff. When we got there we first had dinner at Earls and then headed back to the hotel to have a little pre party before going to the club. The club night was amazing, almost everybody came along and we were all dancing and having fun. We also met up with 2 INTERNeX guys who are working in Banff and it was great to see them again. The night was really good and I didn’t come back to the hotel until 5:30 am.

17968865_1388526221183747_656093361_oLuckily I didn’t have any optional activities on Sunday morning, so I got to sleep in. After checking out of the hotel Sebastian, Max and I went to get some lunch in town and decided to eat it outside in the sun. After lunch we went up with the Gondola and the view was just amazing. We walked from one peak to the other and the view was incredible. After spending a good amount of time on top of the mountain, it was time to go back down again. We spent our last night in Golden. When we got there everybody just crashed on the bed and felt really tired. Most of you went in the hot tub to relax for a little bit, but we decided to get some food and get ready for the campfire. At the campfire we started playing our game again and a lot of people joined in. The game is that the whole group counts to 21, with everyone saying just one number. When you reach 21, a number becomes a rule. In the beginning the game is easy, but as you get more rules (and more drinks) it’s hard to remember all of them.

Monday it was time to head back to Vancouver, which is a long drive from Golden. So most of our stops where just to have a break, get some food and use the washroom. The only real stop we had was at Craigellachie to see where they put in the last nail to complete the railway. We took a few pictures and then it was time to go back. On the bus we played the game two truths and a lie, where the others have to guess which one is the lie. We heard some funny stories from some of you. The way back went really smooth and we got back in Vancouver earlier than expected, so I went home and got my needed rest.

I had the best weekend, so thanks to everyone who was there and made it great. Also a big thanks to Discover Canada and our tour guide Chris.

– Danielle

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Review: PuB NiGHT at 131 Water

Yesterday was my first time at INTERNEX’s PuB NiGHT and it was truly amazing. This time we played some games and had some drinks in 131 Water. I was amazed by the big group that showed up. Thank you all for joining our PuB NiGHT and creating this great experience.20170125_213621

131 Water is a pub in Gastown where you can drink, eat and play lots of games. Besides that they also host parties. When you are at 131 Water, you can simply enjoy a beer or go for a good cocktail or a glass of wine. There is also a lot of good food available in the pub.

In the beginning of the evening we decided to try Jenga. However, we noticed really soon that this game is really hard to play with a big crowd. Stones were flying everywhere and therefore we decided to pick another game. The second game, Pictionary, was a bit easier to play with a group, but still not durable for a group bigger than six. Everybody who joined could show all their talents in drawing and in a small time, we became true artists. More and more people joined us and started to play games as well. Eventually we started to play 20170125_213548Cards Against Humanity, as this
was the easiest game to play with a pretty big
group. While we were playing Cards Against Humanity, another table started to play Jenga. That table had more luck with Jenga and did play it for a while. On the other side there were people playing a nice game Male Vs. Female.

It was really nice getting to know all of you during this PuB NiGHT. I hope you are as excited as I am about these PuB NiGHTS and that I will see you this Sunday during the Chinese New Year parade or next week again!

-Iris

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How was your Weekend?

Once again there was lots to do in and around Vancouver! Some went hiking in the rain, visited Vivien’s home for her housewarming party, and Sunday we had dinner at Pizzeria Ludica.
Despite the rain the hike to Garibaldi Lake was still worth it or so I’ve heard. I’m looking forward to seeing some pictures!
Later that Saturday was Vivien’s party at Natasja’s old and Vivien’s new home. It was totally awesome and we partied until dawn!
On Sunday there was really good pizza and games. It was so much fun! We played Uno, a Star Trek version of the Settlers game, Sheriff of Nottingham and Mafia also known as Werewolf.
We really had a great time!

Look forward to this upcoming week. We’re going to see a Canucks game on Tuesday, have our Pub Night on Thursday this time.

Cheers everyone!

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