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How to use trains in Japan (and subways and trams)

If there is something that makes us all a thousand incognitas when we think about traveling to Japan, it is transportation. We imagine hundreds of trains, tight meters, road scalextrix, indications in Japanese, stress, ... The truth is that if something has surprised us on this trip is that ... nothing is further from reality.
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Amman airport

When a trip is so intense, one returns with an accumulation of feelings and sensations. Normally this day 17 is like a story of "hot conclusions", when the negative criticism barely exists, and the accumulated fatigue is already high What can we say after 16 days in the Cradle of Civilization?
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15 fashion trips… for this summer's vacation!

Are you already clear about your vacation this summer? Traditional or exotic? Near or far? As every year it is time to make the last call with the destinations that sound the most for this year and we will do it in two batches, one dedicated to adventure trips and this one dedicated to more traditional trips.
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Menorca Island, stress-free tourism in 8 reasons (and a half)

May Bridge in Galicia and I pass through Barcelona to solve some personal issues. Paula, don't you think the perfect circumstances to consider a getaway? Cheap flights, the Costa Brava to which we want, the City itself and ... Mmm, do you remember that list last year when we ended up choosing the Costa de la Luz (with its 8 reasons) as a decision for that tranquility and disconnection we were looking for?
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The rhinos of the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

Always a coveted piece of explorers, the rhino is the victim of a cruel trade that leaves a price of more than 40,000 euros per kilo of its legendary horn, a horn of "gold." Today, on the way to the Murchison Falls we will be able to discover an exciting project, of an attempt to reintegrate a fascinating animal in the savannas and forests of Uganda, where they were extinguished in 1982 and where they should never have disappeared ... It has not stopped rain all night long
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Abbey of Fontevraud, Chinon and Troglodyte villages

They say that a trip through the Loire Valley is valued for its castles and it is true from the moment that it allows you to end the day in locations such as the Castle of Ussé, taken from a fairy tale. However, today's car route has been dotted with multiple charming villages (Turquant, Montsoreau or Candes-Saint-Martin) to which more picturesque, another known as "the flower of the garden of France", Chinon, a must-stop and a fief whose visit is one of those that leave the creeps, the Abbey of Fontevraud.
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