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No Lockdown Yet: Tokyo’s Governor Again Asks People to Stay Home – Tokyo Travel Article

No Lockdown Yet: Tokyo’s Governor Again Asks People to Stay Home After a 30-minute delay to Monday night’s hastily arranged press conference, and amid unfounded rumors that the Japan government was going to order a nationwide lockdown, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike once again made an urgent request for Tokyo residents to stay indoors for an undetermined number of days, or weeks. This week’s request focused specifically on Tokyo restaurants and bars, requesting owners of such establishments where people can cluster…

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STUCK ABROAD: CORONAVIRUS & TRAVEL INSURANCE – Couples Travel Article

STUCK ABROAD: CORONAVIRUS & TRAVEL INSURANCE I initially started to write this blog post when people started cancelling trips because of the coronavirus and travel bloggers’ traffic (like mine) started plummeting as a direct result of it. It seemed that coronavirus and pandemics in general were on everyone’s mind, so I thought I’d tell you about that one time I got quarantined in China. You know, to take my mind of it. (Slash in a transparent effort to get some…

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A Guide To The National Parks In Spain – Spain Travel Article

A Guide To The National Parks In Spain Spain is home to many spectacular national parks, all of which with their own unique offering of flora and fauna. One of the best ways to disconnect from the stresses of everyday life is to get out into nature. Experience nature at its finest, rent a holiday home in Spain, see rare species in their natural habitat and unwind as you explore these tranquil locations. Picos de Europa National ParkThe Picos de Europa…

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The blog must go on 21.03.2020 – Finland Travel Article

The blog must go on 21.03.2020 A change of location from the perfect dark sky of our usual location, but the same northern lights are still there for us to share with you all. The northern lights tonight were in for a late finale. They waited for the back drop of early dawn light. The northern lights brightness peaked a few times through the evening but the best was to come as the first light of day reclaimed the sky…

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Ultimate Guide to the Best Fjords to Visit in Norway – Scandinavian Travel Article

Ultimate Guide to the Best Fjords to Visit in Norway Norwegian fjords (prounounced f’yourd) are narrow inlets of the ocean between cliffs. They’re formed when glaciers retreat, allowing the sea to fill in the remaining space. There are over 1,100 fjords of Norway, and they are famous all over the world for their epic natural beauty. Seeing and exploring them is a bucket list item for many, and it’s no wonder why; they truly are magical. Where and how can…

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