We're watching the maps and the guides that the filmmaker will use to explore Vancouver.
Driving downtown Vancouver, views of its underpopulated suburb with cottages that are surrounded by small gardens. The landscape is changing to more urban with big streets and low buildings.
Crossing the bridges that are joining the peninsula. Glass skyscrapers are seen from a distance into the heart of Canada's third-largest city center as a background.
We are now in the heart of the big city.
Views from downtown Vancouver with the skyscrapers being on our left side and on our right.
"To Layton Park", a sign on the road notifies us, and just after that, a seaplane on a flight at a dock. The lens follows the seaplane and records the anchored ships and the skyscrapers. On the way to the Layton Park Aquarium we see a Totem.
We are in the aquarium and penguins are posing in the lens. Otters dive and we watch these awesome swimmers in the water, and orcas perform in one of the aquarium pools.
The name of Vancouver comes from the British explorer George Vancouver who traveled into the area. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit's annual survey, Vancouver was awarded for the fifth consecutive year, with the title of leading city in the quality of life.
Stanley Park is a public park, and most of the structures that were housed there were built between in 1911 and in 1937, apart from the aquarium that it was built in 1956 and an extension was added in 1967.