Smart Saver Vancouver

Looks like TransLink is making a few changes. Apart from getting all their customers to switch over to the Compass tapping system, the transit corporation is changing prices for bus fares come October 5th, 2015.

What are those changes? Well, beginning from October every bus ticket will cost as much as the one-zone ticket. Just to clarify, this means even if you take a bus from Richmond, Burnaby or any other place outside of Metro Vancouver it will cost you $2.75 (it still has to be inside of Greater Vancouver though). And in case you were wondering, the deal does not apply to SkyTrain and SeaBus fares. Same rules as ever for those two.

That’s all for today. Have a wonderful Thursday evening!


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Halloween Shopping

Since you hopefully all survived the plenty of turkey this weekend, it’s time to prepare you for a big Halloween party. Only three more weeks left till this amazing event.
So let’s get ready for Halloween by shopping some crazy and fancy Halloween costumes next Saturday, October 18.
At the BooLaLa you’ll be able to buy and also to rent costumes. So you don’t have to buy, if  you don’t have enough space in your luggage left. But if I think about it….. it would be pretty cool to wear the costume while arriving back home and to scare your family and friends. UHAHAHAHA…..
We’ll meet up at 3 pm in front of BooLaLa on Saturday. BooLaLa is located in North-Vancouver, only 11 minutes from the seabus station by foot. Click here for the map.
North-Vancouver is part of zone 2, but no worries at the weekend and on weekdays after 6:30 pm you’re also able to go there with a zone 1 ticket.
If you would like to have a look at the costumes BooLala offers, click here.
Join the event here.

Let’s get in a terrifying Halloween mood by shopping some costumes on Saturday.
Hope to see many of you there.

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 6N9-


INTERNeX Canada: Smart Saver Vancouver !

Hi everyone! Do you remember your first week here in Vancouver? Probably the weather was still good. But last Sunday (September 22nd) was the beginning of fall, hence summer is gone and as one might expect the rainy season starts right now! Consequently be prepared to carry an umbrella with you all the time!
But many students like you and me probably didn’t have one in their suitcase when they arrived at Vancouver. So you definitely have to buy one if you don’t want to get wet! But it could become very expensive to buy an umbrella here in Vancouver – up to 25 $!

When the Seabus arrives at Waterfront on a rainy day and people don’t carry an umbrella with
them, they want to buy one as quick as possible. For that, they probably will buy one in a
souvenir shop close to the Seabus station. But the umbrellas there are kind of expensive! WHY?
Well, that’s business!

But there is no need for it! You only have to cross the streets or to walk down Water Street
towards Gastown
to get a cheap umbrella for 6-8$ (+tax)! That’s way better than 25$, isn’t it?

So with the money saved in this manner you could do something special, for example you could
join our next weekly pub night?! What do you think about that?


INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 9N9-