The Tripbase Awards 2011


This is the award for the Vancouver blogs. The awards are an indication that not only is the blogger good at writing, but they can also successfully convey the spirit of Vancouver using a variety of media.

The ethnic diversity of Vancouver has given it one of North America's most interesting cultures. Thirty years of rapid immigration has shaped this large settlement in British Colombia into a melting pot of different ethnicities and societies. More than half of the population does not speak English as their first language. Having been a vital link in the trade route from the Orient, it is now home to many thousands of Asian people who have brought fresh traditions and opportunities to the city.

The food in Vancouver is one of the main draws for tourists within Canada. Domestic travelers congregate in the city for several food festivals which take place throughout the year. Canadian delicacies like poutine are available alongside authentic Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian and Thai food. Vancouver has the fourth highest living quality of any city on Earth, but it is also one of the most expensive.

These blogs take all of that into account. Your journey to Canada doesn't need to start at an airport - it is on a large natural harbor so there are ways of travelling there by boat. Your options are outlined in depth in the websites below, which have been rewarded for their brilliance.

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Award Winners

  • Beyond Robson
  • Vancouver Slop
  • Vancouver Event Photographer Blog
  • Keira-Anne
  • Vancouver Reflections
  • Covenant House Vancouver
  • Behind the Blue Line
  • Off the 'Cuff
  • Gastown Blog
  • Vancouver Bars
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