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Japanese Tea Ceremonies: Hatsugama

Without a doubt, tea is one of the most consumed drinks on the planet. Whether you like it hot or cold, with milk or without, drink it for pleasure or medicinal purposes, it certainly plays a major role in many cultures. For those of us bracing...

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Logbar: ili Wearable Translator

ili is the new wearable translator from start-up company Logbar. This remarkable little device translates your words in less than a second, allowing you to speak with ease on your travels without delay or even needing a wi-fi connection! The ili...

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Why It’s Never Too Late to See the World

The world is vast, and no individual is ever going to see all of it. That’s something that you should view as an opportunity because there is no doubt that there’s plenty out there to do and see that you haven’t done or see before. But so many...

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Deciding on Your Next Adventure Now

The world is a vast and exciting place that so many of us want to see, but too few of us actually achieve. World travel is typically associated with post-university students looking to find themselves, but it doesn’t matter what age you might be...

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12 Places To Visit in 2018

Image The new year always brings a brand new slate and the opportunity to do new things with our time. Many of us will be setting goals to get ahead in the business world, lose some weight and even learn a new hobby. A lot of people also want to add...

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Bora Bora – The Jewel of the South Seas

The term ‘paradise’ is one which, to say the least, is a little overused. The word has become low-hanging fruit for marketers and advertisers the world over, so you’d be forgiven for being unmoved and unconvinced when, in describing Bora Bora, we...

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The Silk Road reborn

For many centuries, the old Silk Road of ancient legend – a vast and far-reaching network of land and maritime trade routes, stretching the entire length of the Eurasian landmass from around 120BC to the 1450s – was a beating heart of global...

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