How was your weekend?

I can imagine everybody is sitting in front of the computer, refreshing the wordpress page from INTERNeX and hoping for the new ‘How was your weekend’ blog post. Good news. Here it is. So sit back and enjoy my adventures of this weekend.

It all started Friday after work when I went to Steamworks to eat diner. After the nice guy who was sitting next to me paid my food, I went to Nuba in Yaletown where I met some other candidates. We went to Granville where half of the group wanted to eat something first, the other half including me went to Donnellans as the beginning of the pub-crawl. After the group was complete again, we wanted to go to the next pub. But instead of going to the next pub, we ran into a lady who gave us free tickets for Studio, a club on Granville. That meant the pub-crawl was over and the club night began. After a few hours, we decided to check out Cambiebar. Instead of Cambiebar, we ended up in the Metropole. Not singing a song, because there was no karaoke this night.

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The next day it was time to go to the Richmond Night Market. When we arrived, we saw a big line in front of the entrance. But luckily a lady came to us and sold us a $25 dollar ticket to skip the line. Inside we had so many choices for food it was hard to decide what to eat. After our meals we checked out the other non-food area and the fair. We decided to end the day in the Bourbon where we enjoyed our cheap-happy-hour drinks.

Sunday some people wanted to jump at the trampoline park. I doubted to go, but because it was raining and I was very tired, I decided to stay home today and watch a movie instead. It was a very relaxing Sunday.

Hope you all had a good weekend as well and hope to see everybody Wednesday at PuB NiGHT.

– Bart

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

This Saturday we’re going to the most awesome park in Vancouver. Unfortunately you won’t be able to see a lot of palm trees but no worries. It’s not your ordinary type of park. Nope, this is a massive park with lots of trampolines. After a great month of October with Thanksgiving and Halloween, it’s time to get out and do a bit of sports. So get ready for 1 hour 30 mins of pure fun at Extreme Air Park in Richmond… the BIGGEST trampoline park in Canada! As you can imagine and see on the pictures, this is not like the back-yard trampolines you see a lot of places these days. This is much, much bigger. And it’s indoors. If you’ve ever dreamed of really catching some air this is the place to go. For sure this will be awesome! Take a look at the indoor trampoline park here.

The price for 1 hour 30 mins is $16 + $3 for the purchase of Extreme Air Sox (for safety reasons). But you don’t need to pay in advance. We’ll pay at the entrance. And yes it’ll be worth the money 🙂

The plan is to have fun in the trampoline park from 1:30pm. We’ll have to fill in some waivers before start jumping around in the trampolines. If you have the opportunity you can download, print and fill in the waiver through Extreme Air Park’s website before going to the park. Look for the “Download Waiver” sign at the top of the website. This could save us a bit of time at the park. There’ll also be a brief introduction to the safety in the park before we start jumping around. You can also read about the general trampoline park rules here. But don’t worry. It’s not a dangerous sport. As with any other sport, you shouldn’t do tricks that could be hazardous and potentially dangerous.

We’ll meet up at 1:00pm to get the induction and to get the paperwork done. We’ll meet at the entrance to the trampoline park. Click here for a photo of the front entrance. Get a closer look at the location (14380 Triangle Road, Richmond) here. Click here for directions from downtown Vancouver. Remember that you can travel through all zones on a 1 zone ticket during weekends.

You’ll be able to store your bags at Extreme Air Park.

Remember to bring: 1) 2 pieces of ID (Credit Card and Drivers License, or Passport) to confirm the information that you give on the waiver, and 2) proper sports clothing.

You can sign up for this activity here.

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 6N9-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Email: pr@internexcanada.com