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Finding the Best Skiing Conditions in Japan

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An amazing trail of deep powder snow is a ski junkie’s ultimate dream. However, finding the best snow condition could be challenge, especially if you are dead serious about skiing. Fortunately, there are several ways to guarantee that you won’t …

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5 Random Sights when Backpacking in Tokyo, Japan

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While I attempt to play catch up with myself, I will recollect my trip to Tokyo in Japan today. While I admit the city didn’t rope me in or make me love it, there were some completely odd, random and …

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Thirsty Thursdays: Love Hotel Street Hill in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

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Tokyo and Japan in general is a place I haven’t really touched upon and oddly one that doesn’t really fascinate me. I headed there in May 2012 for a rock concert (Manic Street Preachers) with a mate for a long …

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Friday’s Featured Food: Japanese Sushi in Tokyo

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Yes it’s Friday and it’s time for Friday’s Featured Food once again. This time I recall my trip to Tokyo last year when I tried sushi in Japan for the first time. First of all I must confess I am …

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The Day I…Got Recognised For My Travel Blog!!

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OK so I started travelling about 10 years ago, leaving Northern Ireland in 2003 was the first step. I started writing about my travels in 2007 and have been constantly writing about travel ever since (on this website, and on …

Top 5 Cities For Night Views

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I was browsing in a camera shop tonight and got thinking about taking photos at night. I suddenly realised that of all the outdoor photos I have uploaded on here, about 95% of them are daytime! So here’s 5 of …

Manic Street Preachers – International Treasures (Tokyo, Japan 18.05.2012)

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Manic Street Preachers first came into my ears about 20 years ago, in 1992 when on a chance radio listen, I was enthused by their hit single “Suicide Is Painless” (Theme From M.A.S.H.). At the time I didn’t realise it …