Visit Japan

I just had to share this video of a new push by Visit Japan. If you don’t want to visit Japan after this, then what else could persuade you?

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The Island of Evil & Rabbits

Okunoshima may seem like a fantastic island for rabbit lovers, but it hides a deep, dark secret within its abandoned walls. Located in the heart of the Seto Inland Sea, Okunoshima is a hotspot for explorers who love abandoned buildings. There are plenty of interesting and bizarre places which you are free to enter and […]

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Tranquil Singapore

Singapore is a very small city… I mean, country. It’s a business hub, a culinary delight, and a shopping haven. With a population of 5.6 million (based on the 2016 census) crammed into an area of 719.1km² (to give you an idea… the size of London is 1,572km²), it would be hard to imagine a peaceful […]

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The Seaside Town of Whitby

The seaside town of Whitby has been made famous by the tale of Dracula. But rather being a town of horror, this idyllic town offers the best of what a British seaside can offer. Take a bus from Leeds or York and thunder through the Yorkshire Moors to get to Whitby. The bus is a […]

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Castaway on Nagannu Island 

To get a taste of being castaway on a tropical island, take a trip to Nagannu Island. I booked this trip in advance online and took my reservation to the port in Naha. Unfortunately the trip comes as a package deal where lunch is served in a hut and all of the passengers are ferried […]

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Hawker Singapore

Singapore is known for its fusion dishes, and the best place to get a mouthful is by going to a Hawker. A hawker is essentially a food court generally located outside with a roof. Lines of small kitchens pump out gorgeous smells with the hope of inviting you in to buy a dish. Make sure […]

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