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Tokyo 3-Day Itinerary

Many of my friends have asked help with their Japan itineraries. They think I know a lot of stuff having been around for almost ten years now, 7 to be exact. I guess that number somehow gives me credibility? So,

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From Roman Londinium to Jacobite Highlands

Although my first visit to London early this year was a short one, I saw many of its iconic landmarks in less than 24 hours and had a quick taste of what it’s like to live in the city that

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A Taste of Europe

The alluring charm of Europe seems to draw people from all walks of life from all corners of the world. It is every traveler’s dream destination, every artist’s playground and every rich man’s pleasure. It is considerably the perfect holiday

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22 Days in China

How does one explore a great country called China for three long weeks and maintain momentum? You don’t! Because it naturally flows, like a stream running through its watercourse steady, serene and sure.  China’s ethnological diversity alone is enough to

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Hostel Hopping in China

Hostelling International provides travelers from around the world with a wide range of alternative accommodation. China’s Youth Hostel Association is a hit among low-budget tourists and backpackers. There are a number of youth hostels in major cities and popular destinations

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