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Konbini Are Very Convenient – Tokyo Intro: Experience #22 of 55 – Tokyo Travel Article

Konbini Are Very Convenient – Tokyo Intro: Experience #22 of 55 Konbini is the Japanese name for convenience store, adopted from the word convenience.  They are convenient by being ubiquitous in the big cities near train stations.  There could be one on every block or corner depending where you are as there are over fifty thousand stores in Japan.  Konbini are marvels that stock a wide range of quality merchandise, food, snacks, and drink in a small space.  An average…

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Tokyo Daytripper: Top 10 Ibaraki Sights – Tokyo Travel Article

Tokyo Daytripper: Top 10 Ibaraki Sights After the three surrounding prefectures of Chiba, Kanagawa and Saitama, the next closest one to Tokyo is Ibaraki and at just 45 minutes away by train from Tokyo, it’s main city Tsukuba is actually much closer than many people think. This list contains both famous and some alternative “sights” you may not have heard of. The prefecture possesses a few of Japan’s biggest things. Here, in no particular order, are the TF Top 10……Ibaraki…

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Is volcano Katla in Iceland back in business? – Scandinavian Travel Article

Is volcano Katla in Iceland back in business? The volcano Katla is probably one of the most famous volcanoes in Iceland, it’s located underneath Mýrdalsjökull ice cap the fourth largest glacier in iceland covering about 600 km2, with thickness of ice up to around 750 meters. The caldera of the volcano Katla is around 110 km2 making it the second largest caldera in Iceland. Katla volcano and the past In the past Katla has been one of the most active…

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Ex-Congressman Rivera (R) paid millions to Venezuelan businessman close to Maduro regime | – Cuba Travel Article

Ex-Congressman Rivera (R) paid millions to Venezuelan businessman close to Maduro regime | Criticized as a hypocrite, former Miami Congressman David Rivera claims his $50 million consulting contract with an oil company owned by Venezuela’s government wasn’t meant to defend embattled President Nicolás Maduro but rather to remove him from power. However, the Miami Herald has learned that Rivera used some of his income from that contract to pay millions of dollars to a wealthy Venezuelan businessman closely connected to…

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Safety Protocol to be introduced – Sri Lanka Travel News – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Safety Protocol to be introduced – Sri Lanka Travel News The Sri Lanka Tourism is in the process of finalizing the safety protocol which will come into effect with the planned opening of restaurants, hotels, and the airport. As a gradual process of opening up normalcy in the country, restaurants and hotels will be opened first for domestic tourist for dine in’s and holidaying. This is expected to ready these business for travelers and visitors following the utmost for health…

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A day road trip to Samut Songkhram and Samut Sakhon – Couples Travel Article

A day road trip to Samut Songkhram and Samut Sakhon With COVID-19 destroying travel plans, among other serious issues, we have been doing nothing but staying at home. With the exception of going out for essentials, of course. It has been surreal. Lately things have been looking better though. In the past few weeks, Thailand has been having 0 to very little cases. Via GoogleAs a result, restrictions have eased. We noticed way more people out. Restaurants and malls have…

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Let’s Lunch – July 20-30 – Mooching around Spain – Spain Travel Article

Let’s Lunch – July 20-30 – Mooching around Spain Restaurants everywhere are trying to find ways to get going again as we slowly emerge from the Coronavirus pandemic. Let’s Lunch is a great community initiative from the new non-profit organisation Amigo del Día. It involves restaurants creating a set menu for people to enjoy with family and friends, available for 11 days as a takeaway that they can pick up or have delivered – or have on the premises –…

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