The pilots of Island Express Air ply the skies above the West Coast, armed with years of training and the latest XM satellite GPS technology. They nimbly manoeuvre compact aircraft to Abbotsford, Victoria, Tofino, Nanaimo, and Vancouver South, flying low to provide incredibly scenic views. They lend their services for chartered flights and also run regular routes for the frequent business traveller.
Owned and operated by a Class 1 professional driver, Just Drive Driving School provides one-on-one lessons customized to suit all driving needs. Conveniently open seven days a week, Just Drive gets patrons on their way to the freedom of the open road with a series of one-hour lessons in a dual-equipped vehicle, which allows instructors to take control of the car when students need extra guidance. Manual-transmission classes are also available for those who think an H pattern is something you iron on to a shirt. In addition to lessons, Just Drive also provides vehicle rentals for road tests.
Left Right Left equips women and men with a plethora of fashionable shoes and boots from renowned brands that include Bronx, Irregular Choice, and OTBT. Shroud human hooves in lightweight, skinny-striped canvas with a pair of Chillax sneakers by Shoestrings ($29.99), or glam up with the Madeline Bunker heels in silver ($45) for sophisticated romps down the produce aisle. The men’s race runners in green and yellow by Gola ($89) are ideal for the soccer field, and sheepskin Buckingham slippers ($69) soothe achy heels after the game. Emu’s shoe-care kit ($19.95) protects footwear from harsh elements such as snow, rain, and the tears of lonesome cobblers.
Maxrider's “4D” theater safely jets participants off into fantastical, three-dimensional worlds bursting with stunning imagery and educational discoveries. During each three- to five-minute adventure, a 12.5-foot screen projects jaw-dropping locales into the eyes of up to six riders, who bounce, rattle, and shake up cartons of orange juice from within the simulator's oscillating cart. Patrons will have the opportunity to choose from up to 23 different experiences, which may include a roaring spin around a rocky canyon, an information-packed journey through the human body, or an adrenaline-pumping plunge into a mother-in-law's infamous meatloaf. To further forge an authentic experience and re-create reality, rides also spritz explorers with water and blow wind on them depending on the chosen enterprise.