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Senso-ji: Tokyo’s Oldest and Most Significant Temple

April 7, 2014

Tokyo’s Senso-ji Temple is one of the most well-known religious sites and attractions in the city, attracting thousands of tourists and locals daily.

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Last Minute Easter Camping Getaways

April 6, 2014

he Easter weekend is creeping up quickly but that doesn’t mean that it is too late to plan an exciting holiday over the four-day break. While some people may take a quick trip to see friends and family, those after a larger adventure should look no further than an exciting campervan trip. Hire company, Britz, […]

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Online Taxman: The Budget-Friendly Expat Tax Service

April 4, 2014

Dave reviews his experience with Online Taxman, an internet-based, tax preparation service specializing in American expat tax situations.

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5 Top Wine Regions of the World

April 3, 2014

f there’s a better way to spend a day of travel than touring wineries, I’d like to hear about it. I’ve always been fond of drinking wine, but it wasn’t until my trip around the world in 2008 that I had the chance to visit two of the world’s top wine regions, Stellenbosch and Bordeaux. […]

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Izakaya in Tokyo: The Basics of Drinking and Eating at Japanese Pubs

April 3, 2014

An izakaya is a Japanese pub or bar that serves alcoholic beverages and food that tastes good with alcohol. They can be found throughout Tokyo.

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