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  • Vancouver Part 1==January 14, 2012== First trip to Vancouver! We started the trip this morning driving from Bellevue, WA up to Vancouver, BC thru the Pacific Highway border crossing. Luckily wait times were very short being the middle of winter an Posted by erincorrine in Exploring My Own Path | Jan 25, 2012
  • Our first cold ChristmasI’m not sure what it was about the Christmas build up in Hawaii that got to me. I’ve only ever known Christmas in warm climates and all the strange traditions that entails. Maybe it was the constant TV and Posted by iainph in The Orsum Adventures | Dec 27, 2011
  • Vancouver - the big smoke!Have just finished our week in Vancouver. Despite this being our last week in Canada, there has been no let up in the packed itinerary. After our wonderful visit to Whistler, Vancouver turned on its waterworks and the rain Posted by The Robbos in The Robbos Go North America | Nov 1, 2011
  • Back in the big city...For such a big city, it's surprising how quickly you can get out of the city and into the beatiful natural surroundings. I suppose it shouldn't be a shock considering how much Canadians seem to value outdoor activities. On Posted by The Robbos in The Robbos Go North America | Oct 26, 2011
  • Vancouver Island from GiaanIt’s Giaan again, Right now we are on Vancouver Island. To get to Vancouver Island we caught the ferry over but we had to bring the car onto it which was pretty cool. Our first stop was Ucluelet. Posted by The Robbos in The Robbos Go North America | Oct 18, 2011
  • Vancouver Island Ucluelet Ucluelet was our first stop on Vancouver Island. The small town was on the other side of the island where the surf was up, a little bit like the other side of Fraser Island. The day we got there we Posted by The Robbos in The Robbos Go North America | Oct 18, 2011
  • Vancouver IslandHi, everyone Again I say WOW!! We've been on Vancouver isalnd for the past week and the weather has been pretty much perfect. While the Island has a reputation for being rather rainy, we have once again scored well with Posted by The Robbos in The Robbos Go North America | Oct 17, 2011
  • Travel Massive: Global Meetups for TravellersYou might have seen us posting updates on [[http://twitter.com/travellerspoint|Twitter]] or in our monthly newsletter about something called [[http://travelmassive.com/|Travel Massive]]. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/361279/travelmassive_large Posted by katekendall in The Travellerspoint Blog | Sep 5, 2011
  • VancouverWe spent an entirely relaxing and wonderfully fun week with our family in Vancouver. The five cousins had a ball in each other’s company and the delightful week sped by in a blur of skate parks, playgrounds, delicious food from Posted by simonge in Geoghegan Family Journey- Summer 2011 | Aug 6, 2011
  • The family divides.Breakfast is very crunchy bread/toast topped with Nutella and/or spreadable ricotta cheese ... yummy! Roger wanted the bread and Tracy the Nutella which means we have yogurt and muesli to carry with us on the train to Venice ... change Posted by Mari Anne in Wow, It's Europe!!!! | Jul 23, 2011
  • The World's Most Liveable City?Before we arrived in Vancouver a couple of events had put the city in the news. In February it was named as the world's most liveable city for the fifth year in a row by the Economist, a table where Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 21, 2011
  • Free FallsOne of Vancouver's top draws is Capilano Suspension Bridge, a 136 metre long, 70 metre high pedestrian bridge strung over the Capilano River. We were keen to experience crossing it, but less keen about the price - $32.95 each - Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 20, 2011
  • An Alarming DevelopmentAfter staying in what was described in our guidebook as the 'Rolls Royce' of hostels, our hostel in Vancouver is, well, not so nice. We're staying in a cramped and messy six-bed dorm and, on opening the lockers to put Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 19, 2011
  • Day Twenty Four and FiveDay Twenty Four Having arrived on the ferry the night before and done not much other than eat another delicious poutine, we were keen to get up and take in the sights of Vancouver but were unfortunately greeted by heavy Posted by sonnoz in MichaelSonia | May 27, 2011
  • CanadaCanada is a continental North American nation adjoining the north border of the contiguous United States, lying between the Northern Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans to the east and west, respectively. Canada boasts a population that approximates 50 mill Posted by hballenger in Google Earth | Mar 23, 2011
  • Gabi's Travel's to CanadaSunday: So my epic journey to Canada began at about 5.30am Sunday (24 October). It wasn't very much fun getting up at 2.00am on a Sunday morning, and I hadn't had much sleep because I was quite nervous, but once I Posted by Gabi88 in Gabi's Travel's to Canada | Nov 1, 2010
  • VancouverDay 1 saw us touch down In Vancouver during early afternoon. Bearing in mind that many of us had been up since 3am that morning, spent 10 hours on a plane and were now 8 hours behind the time we Posted by jonny-w in The Great White North and Me | Oct 26, 2010
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