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Travel Guide: Japan on a Budget

Japan is an incredible country but is notoriously expensive for travellers. Accommodations can very expensive, and the costs of entertainment can be very high, especially in big cities. With a bit of planning, you can still enjoy some delicious cuisine, unique culture and amazing historical sights without a huge cost. Here are some tips on […]

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Tokyo Must Do: Robot Restaurant

After several days in Tokyo, I found myself still searching for the weird, wonderful and electronic side of Japan I was hoping for. We had seen temples, eaten sushi, enjoyed a cat cafe and visited the animation area Akiabara for some afternoon arcades, but it still wasn’t quite what I was hoping for. Robot restaurant

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Where to Stay in Tokyo

Tokyo is huge and diverse, so its important to stay in the right area for the kind of visit you are planning. For myself, I wanted to be in the action, have lots of dining options, easily able to get around on public transport and accessible to the JR rain line. Here are brief summaries

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Cambodian Food

Delicious Cambodia

With the famous cuisines of Vietnam and Thailand nearby, few people know what to expect from Cambodian food. Well after my stay in the Khmer Kingdom, I can only praise the food. There are curries and stir fries, as you might expect from Southeast Asia, but not as spicy as what you would find across

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Sihanoukville

Sun & Sand in Sihanoukville

After a dusty bus ride, we arrived in the beach town of Sihanoukville in southern Cambodia. I had heard rumors about the ‘happy’ pizza and beach-bum mentality but otherwise didn’t know what to expect from the town. I was looking forward to some much-needed relaxation, as the high heat was starting to get to me. We

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