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Travel Inspiration: Vietnam


“Blessed with a ravishing coastline, emerald-green mountains, breathtaking national parks, dynamic cities, outstanding cultural interest and one of the world’s best cuisines, Vietnam has it all.” Lonely Planet 93 more words


Marrakech: Preparation

I have just purchased a Lonely Planet Marrakech Encounter Guide for my upcoming trip to Marrakech on Saturday. I am of the understanding that my brother has chosen a less popular time for us to visit: with mid-June to August temperatures rising into the 30s and occasionally 40s. 148 more words


Day 1 - Sightseeing - Tokyo

There`s so much information to get out I almost forgot to include the sightseeing in Tokyo.

Honestly, I`ve been on the move like a fugutive on this trip. 776 more words



Hey, thanks for stopping by.

Just a very quick message while I’m stealing wifi here in Japan. Yes, STEALING. Loitering outside some store, lol.

I’ve got quite a few more posts to put up so just hold on tight. 395 more words


A Big Box of Blocks: My Impressions of Contemporary Jewish Munich

Upon entering the building, my first impression of the big synagogue in Munich was the idea that its congregation and tunes reflected the essence of world Jewry as a whole. 824 more words


9 Tips For Traveling Abroad

1. Make a list of things you love about home before you leave

Chances are, coming back home is going to be tough. In order to make the flight home less tearful, make a list of reasons you will be happy to go back. 811 more words

Lonely Planet Guides - Sistine Chapel

Lonely Planet Guides – Italy French 6^ Edition.

Sistine Chapel, via Getty Images