After walking in the mysterious Kyoto for 4 days, it was time to step into the real Japanese tradition, sampling the classic onsen experience. The Limited Express brings you from Kyoto to Kinosaki: in 2 hours and a half you will feel the tradition and the culture of old Japan in this quaint little onsen town.
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After a 30 minutes flight operated by Air Caledonie from La Grande Terre, we found ourselves in paradise: the Oro Bay beach, the breathtaking piscine naturelle, the UNESCO World heritage barrier reef, Kanumera Bay, Upi Bay, the Atoll de Nokanhui (a small strip of sand in the middle of the pacific ocean).
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It was April 2015, we were trying to make up our mind about our honeymoon! We were looking for something unusual, far away from mainstream destinations.
Having decided to spend the first 10 days of our honeymoon in Japan, we sat around our world globe and ended up staring at it! We were looking for an unusual destination, far away from commercial tours and honeymoon packages were to unwind a little bit.
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Some week ago, strolling around Marylebone, we stumbled upon Daunt Books in Marylebone High Street. We spent almost two hours looking at books, maps, travel guides and the one that intrigued us the most was “33 walks in London that you shouldn’t miss” by Nicola H. Perry (published just one month ago!), a very good insider’s walking guide to London featuring unusual places not found in traditional travel guides. We took a chance!
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Before, when I thought about London, the first things that came to my mind were Oxford street, House of Parliament, Tower bridge. But as soon as I decided to move to London for a while, I spent days walking around looking for the best place that would have helped me in settling in a smoothly and soft way.
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