For me part of the fun of traveling is the friendly and happyÂ maÃ±ana, maÃ±anaÂ of Central America or the relaxedÂ pole, poleÂ of East Africa, which is so different from the strict organisation of... Read More
For those that have never been to Japan, initial thoughts of Japan usually evoke images of beautiful medieval castles inÂ Kyoto, the endless lights and sounds of Tokyo, hyper efficient speedy mass... Read More
Japan is a country of contrasts: somehow it manages to be (among other things) modern, traditional, rural, urban, technologically advanced and behind the times when it comes to wifi. Itâ€™s a... Read More
New Google Glass?
Thereâ€™s been some rumors of the enterprise edition coming outâ€¦ Iâ€™m really glad theyâ€™re keeping the program alive!
Daily Photo – Google Glass in Traditional Tokyo
Sagoy! I... Read More
Stuck In Customs Internet Research Team
I wonder who in the audience can find her YouTube channel? A great challenge for this seemingly can-find-anything audience here!
Daily Photo – On the Japanese PhotoWalk
Hereâ€™s... Read More
Heian Jingu Shrine in Kyoto, Japan
This weekâ€™s travel photo comes from the ancient temple grounds ofÂ Heian Jingu Shrine, a Shinto shrine located in Kyoto, Japan.Â Although the Heian ShrineÂ was first... Read More
Dear ladies and gentlemen, we interrupt this irregularly scheduled blogging to introduce to you…
…my secret project on travel in Japan!
Beautiful Lonely Planet Videos: Japan
Together with Lonely Planet and Alicia... Read More
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