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The One Meal You Have to Try in Japan… – Couples Travel Article

The One Meal You Have to Try in Japan… Few countries compare to the foodie scene you’ll find in Japan.In a country where delicious cuisine reigns and mind-blowing treats are found on practically every corner, it takes something pretty remarkable to beat out the competition.So, with all of that said, what is the one must-eat food you’ll definitely want to experience in Japan?Yakitori?Okonomiyaki?Ramen?Kushiage?Tako Tamago?Mochi?7-Eleven Strawberry Sandwiches?Without doubt, all of the aforementioned snacks are worth sinking your teeth into, but there’s…

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Travelettes » » How Coronavirus Has Me Feeling as a Traveler… and as an American – Sweden Travel Article

Travelettes » » How Coronavirus Has Me Feeling as a Traveler… and as an American Seven years ago, 21-year-old Emily was heading off for her first solo trip abroad (to Vietnam) when the word “travel insurance” was dropped in one of the friendly emails from the adventure travel group I’d signed up with. Travel insurance? Huh? Wasn’t that a thing for old worrywarts? I had no intention of purchasing travel insurance, and I thought that was normal. I thought this…

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11 Best Things To Do In Reykjavik, Iceland For First Time Visitors – Travel Article

7. Try Icelandic foodWhen visiting Iceland, it is a must to try and Icelandic food. You should not miss one of the popular food in Reykjavik, the hotdog (Plysa in Icelandic)! It might not sound so exciting but Icelandic hotdogs are made from organic lamb, pork and beef.  As recommended by most Icelanders, a visit to Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur (translates to Best Hot dog in town) hot dog stand is one of the best things to do in Reykjavik for food…

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Coronavirus in Sweden: Business as Usual – Scandinavian Travel Article

Coronavirus in Sweden: Business as Usual Sweden is the last country in the world where business is as usual. How long can the country avoid a catastrophe? Global attention has been drawn to Sweden with their approach while Denmark and Norway have imposed extensive restrictions. Read more about the Coronavirus an Sweden with its business as usual approach. In Stockholm, young people have been gathering everywhere in the city and enjoying bubbles from pavement seating and families have been tucking…

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