Wosret wrote:I just tried, chamekke, but there's no Ontario listed under Province, currently. All the other provinces are there, and it's only provinces (and not states or UK locations), so maybe your earlier suggestion has already been put into place?
I wonder if you and I are navigating differently? Are you using the Search field perhaps? If you try entering "Ontario" into the Search field, one of the results is the Site Map
webpage, which only lists the American states. It doesn't show any Canadian provinces, nor does it include regions in the United Kingdom. I think it's safe to say that the site map needs to be expanded just a wee bit.
When I first went to the homepage, http://www.teamap.com
, I could see no way to get to Canadian listings except by clicking the Location
drop-down menu at upper right. There is no other drop-down menu that can be used. The default selection on this menu is "Choose..." and when you click on it, the menu selections are split into three sections:
then, 50 states and the District of Columbia later:
(the list includes Alberta twice, and Ontario's there too, as are all the other provinces and territories)
And so forth. My guess is that this is how most of us non-Yankees will probably try to navigate the site.
(Incidentally, the U.K. list lacks any mention of Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man, but perhaps they're included under North West
The Republic of Ireland and the rest of Europe aren't there... yet!)
Anyway, I do see Ontario on the Location
list, and when I select it, it takes me to the Ontario Reviews
page. The only problem then is, there are no reviews on it yet. The B.C.
page doesn't have anything either, although I did try to enter a couple of tearooms as a kindness to their owners.
The only thing I can think of is that TeaMap may have a policy of contacting the tearoom owners via the provided e-mails prior to uploading the listings, in which case Daniela of Silk Road and Tamae of Kissako are both going to be very surprised to learn that they've been added to TeaMap!
P.S. The zip code field only works for 5-digit zip codes. It doesn't allow the 9-digit zips, nor the six-alphanumeric Canadian postal codes or the up to 7-alphanumeric British post codes. That could be why it's called a zip code field, of course! Anyway, just thought I'd mention it in case anyone hoped to use it to look up the nearest tearooms in Canada or the UK.