Chinatown in Boston – Stuck in Customs

10 July 2020 : Friday Jul 2020 : Friday Speaking of China… Check out this crazy structure they are building up the side of this cliff in China. I wonder what they are building… Daily Photo – Chinatown in Boston Whenever I’m in a big city, I usually try to find their Chinatown to see what it’s like and what kind of food they have kicking around. If it’s a big enough city, there’s often also a Japantown and a Koreatown, each with their own kinds of foods and shops.…

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12 Things I’d Tell a New Traveler

12 Things I’d Tell a New Traveler Get my best stuff sent straight to you! [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [‘on’ + event] [‘on’ + event] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [‘on’ + event] [‘on’ + event] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] Source link Travel Advisor Related Posts:Things to do in New York City101 Best Travel Quotes in the World with PicturesBest City Skylines in the World – Our Favourites in PhotosEpic Things to do in Canada24 Free Things to do in Paris that you Will LoveAwesome Things to do in Whistler in…

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Japanese Question Words: “What”, “Where”, When”, “Who”, “How” and “Why” in Japanese

Sooner or later, you’re going to have to master how to ask a question in Japanese. After all, knowing how to ask “What” in Japanese — as in “What’s this?” — is a lifesaver when you first start learning the language. Besides that, questions are how you develop meaningful conversations with others. If you can’t ask questions about them, how can you get to know them? So not only am I going to cover the basic Who/What/When/Where/Why/How words in Japanese, but I’m also going to give you examples of how…

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Did the Ancient Romans and Chinese Have Contact?

Last Updated on July 10, 2020 2,000 years ago the Han Empire in China and the Roman Empire in Europe were the two greatest empires in the world.  Between them, they covered an enormous amount of the Earth’s land and a large percentage of the world’s population.  But were these two great empires even aware of each other? If so, was there any contact between them? Find out how these two great ancient empires interacted with each other on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. ——————– Before I start  I…

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Intense Baboon – Stuck in Customs

9 July 2020 : Thursday Jul 2020 : Thursday See More Photos of:&nbsp&nbspBotswana, Camera Gear, Sony a6400, Travel Virtual Barber Shop My friend Rene sent this to me… close your eyes and use headphones! 🙂 Daily Photo – Intense Baboon These guys look pretty docile but you don’t want to get on their bad side. Some of you may know this already, but the more forward-facing the eyes are (like a wolf), the more of a predator they are. The more the eyes are on the side (like a horse),…

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17 Best Things to do in Cebu City, Philippines

For most people, Cebu City in the Philippines is a place to spend a night or two before heading out to one of the many resorts and beaches of the beautiful islands. But there are many things to do in Cebu City that make it worth spending at least a couple of days. Cebu is the second most populated province in the Philippines and Cebu City is second only to Metro Manila. Cebu City and Mandaue City on Cebu Island have now grown into one large city area. And Lapu-Lapu…

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7 Travel Destinations For Wine Lovers

Wine lovers are often the most enthusiastic when it comes to exploring or enjoying their favorite drink. They host and attend wine tastings, collect the best and most expensive wines, and discuss it for hours. Another thing that they cherish is visiting famous wineries or vineyards in exotic locales and trying the wines. Are you an oenophile or a wine lover? Do you plan to visit a wine destination on your next vacation? If yes, then you are in for a treat. Here are some of the best wine destinations…

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The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread

Last Updated on July 9, 2020 You probably heard the expression that something is “the greatest thing since sliced bread”.  Well did you ever wonder what the greatest thing was before sliced bread? Or why we measure greatness in terms of sliced bread?  Well, there’s an answer to these questions.   Learn more about why sliced bread is so freaking amazing on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.  —– This episode is brought to you by the Travel Photography Academy.  Have you ever been on a trip and wondered why your…

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Beautiful Toronto at Night – Stuck in Customs

8 July 2020 : Wednesday Jul 2020 : Wednesday Daily Photo – Beautiful Toronto at Night One of the best views of Toronto is from a place called Central Island where you can grab a little ferry for cheap. This particular day was actually pretty rough because most of the island was flooded, meaning we spent most of the shoot ankle deep in water and mud. Beautiful Toronto at Night Photo Information Date Taken2020-07-08 14:16:08 Camera Camera Make Exposure Time Aperture ISO Focal Length Flash Exposure Program Exposure Bias Source…

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3 Best Places To Travel For Whiskey

From raising a toast with your loved ones onto enjoying an exclusive me-time, your whiskey can always be your silent companion. But a few people may know that a glass of whiskey can affect your health. Lowering heart problems to fighting cancer, stress, and diabetes, it has various health advantages. No doubt, due to its richness and benefits, whiskey has enjoyed the patronage of Royal families. Made from fermented grain and aged in wooden casks, every whiskey has its history and unique flavors. If you are a whiskey lover who…

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