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Behind the doors of Essaouira

Behind every door is a story waiting to be told.

Can a door to a house tell you more about the people living behind it? Can it represent a person? 487 more words


Thrifty traveller who spent £1,709 going to ten places abroad shares how to make your money stretch

Many a traveller has boasted about budget trips where they had to sleep outside or on a dirty floor in a hut while staying with an indigenous tribe or the like. 866 more words


3 days on Samosir Island, Lake Toba, Sumatra

Friday, February 16

Happy New Year!

The drive to Lake Toba from Bukit Lawang was made even more difficult by the volume of traffic due to the holiday. 473 more words


Absent Sunlight in Siouxland, Yankton, SD

This particular Siouxland winter season seems to have brought a lot of cloudy or overcast, snowy days. The clouds are a bonus in that they help retain whatever heat is available, and this winter that seems to be in short supply with many days in the teens, single digits and a couple week stretch of below zero temperatures. 131 more words

Life In Siouxland

Why Is Japan Such A Popular Destination?

If you are a keen traveler, there are probably many places on your list which you would like to visit. One that is commonly near the top of many lists, however, is Japan. 470 more words


Travelogue Borneo: Hardcore Hiking in Bario - 11 Hours In A Sarawak Jungle

I’ve never been hiking. 

Ever since a back injury in my teens, I’ve laid off extreme physical activity. The most I’ve ‘exerted’ myself is an hour at the gym, and that’s on a stationary exercise bike lol. 1,778 more words


Kobe Chinatown Street Food Tour and Chinese New Year

In my latest vlog, I visit Kobe’s Chinatown, Nankin-machi. It’s one of only three major Chinatowns in Japan. I went for Chinese New Year and to sample some of the cheap and delicious street food.