Riding the Yamanote Line in Tokyo

Yamanote line in Tokyo

The Yamanote Line probably has the most crowded trains in Tokyo during rush hours. Yes, rush hours because Tokyo has several in the morning and evening. The beauty of The Yamanote Line is that a train comes about every 2-3 minutes during these times and there is never an interval of about 5 minutes even during […]

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Skills Gained from Blogging

blogging skills

Blogging is a labour of love with many rewards. I am in the process of gaining and developing so many different skills as I blog. This is a rewarding process that gives me great joy and encourages me to continue producing content in this my little sphere on the www. I know the poster above […]

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Exploring Japan in its Spring Time Splendour

Japan, spring

Spring time in Japan is a perfect slice of wonder with the cotton candy pink cherry blossoms decorating everywhere. There are quite a few varieties to captivate your senses and keep you walking with your head up and a camera to your eye. Where are the Best Places to See Cherry Blossoms? This is subjective. I […]

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Travel Warnings, Safety and Being Smart

travel warning

A travel warning is not a thing that any country wants to see before its name, nope. There I was scrolling through Twitter when I saw this tweet about a travel advisory for my beloved Jamaica. For a country that relies heavily on tourism a travel advisory is something of a possible death knell to its reputation. […]

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