Tea Journeys – Part One

I’m re-blogging this post from the vault in anticipation of some unique tea journeys I plan to indulge in next month resulting in a Part Two – Vancouver has several new tea spots to explore and I want to visit one each week, some are a city walk away and others will be reached by transit!

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Day after day we live on the edge of time. Sun and moon go as they may. Heaven and Earth change freely. With each cup of tea, I experience the birth of the universe. With each sip a new beginning. If you ask me to explain, I need only invite you to drink tea.” – The Minister of Travel

Recently while heading to a coffee bar with my mom, we ran into another neighbour of ours, Suzanne. She was on her way to the “Four Seasons” gathering at Huguette’s – where four dear friends come together to speak French, eat delicious food and toast the season. What I love about this celebration is that each friend hosts a different season! It is always a delight to be invited to Huguette’s apartment, her home is filled with bright colour, well read books, candles and an always listening ear. Her decorated…

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I'm currently blogging from the beautiful West Coast city of Vancouver, British Columbia - a vibrant city by the sea, surrounded by mountains and a very unique urban forest.
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22 Responses to Tea Journeys – Part One

  1. murisopsis says:

    Stanley Park was a highlight of our trip to Vancouver this last September! I can’t wait to hear about Part 2 of your Tea Journey…

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    • November is an in-between month; I thought a visit to some new coffee bars and tea places would be a fun and festive path into the holiday season! We’re so very happy that Stanley Park was a highlight of your trip here…

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  2. ugetse says:

    Hola Kim, you made a cup of tea so sensuel and
    inviting. I felt like I was there with you with every sip. Surprise to see my name and The Four Seasons here. This coming Saturday is another Four Seasons dinner at my place. We are at our 30th year, never missing a season. 🥳

    Must have you again at my table soon for a tête à tête and tea. Love your words.♥️😍

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    • What a lovely coincidence that the Four-Season gatherings are in year 30 without missing a season! In this original post, I was so new to blogging, I didn’t know how to comment but now I do…

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  3. I had to backtrack to the old post. Now I’m looking forward to your new discoveries. 🙂 Enjoy.

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  4. calmkate says:

    your posts always bring joy Kim!

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  5. AmyRose🌹 says:

    What a delightful recount of where you had been and what you did. I really enjoyed this post. Thank you so much for sharing a part of you with us! xo

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  6. markmkane says:

    Thanks for re-blogging this Kimberlee. You had me at tea. I’m am a tea drinker and for you to post something like this was very nice. I love that no matter where you go and describe what you see around you, you add that flair of enjoying your time with loved ones. It just makes it all the more relatable.

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  7. calmkate says:

    part 2 is a long time coming Kim?

    Wishing you and yours seasonal greeting and good health 🙂

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