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3 Weeks In Tour Japan With Our Family: Our Itinerary

3 Weeks In Tour Japan With Our Family: Our Itinerary

Destinations, Family
So our first stop was Tokyo. This giant megalopolis (pleonasm?) Of more than 13 million inhabitants was a pleasant surprise for us who do not generally like big cities. We found it very airy, paradoxically quite calm and full of nature with many parks. The area we chose to put our luggage there is probably for something in this feeling. In Asakusa we rented an apartment for 5 nights via Airbnb. This area offers us all the advantages: quiet little streets with little traffic that lead to a magnificent set of temples (Senso-ji) and small shopping streets, a metro station nearby which allows you to get to the main points of interest of the city and ... a superb playground in which we quickly got used to spending 1 to 2 hours at each end of the day so that Éléanor had her time to her after da
The Notebooks Of Sepi – On The Roads Of Thailand

The Notebooks Of Sepi – On The Roads Of Thailand

Asia, Austraila, Beaches, Camping, Cultural, Destinations, Europe, Family, Friends, Guide, Nature, Recipes, Regions, Tips, Travel, Travel News
You have to wonder what happens to SEPI our fellow party, a month ago, in Thailand. His stay in the land of smiles has just ended and he is now proud to let you discover his journey. Between the cities of the South and the conquest of the East, SEPI wished to discover the country in areas with little tourism. Where he was able to lend himself to the game of Indiana Jones and to put his little feet on a ground almost unknown to the French. Place to read his travel diary. Bangkok otherwise! "When I arrive in a new country, I like to discover the historical sites and the local culture. That is why I moved to the Khao San area, a tourist area but well connected to travel around Bangkok. I started walking along Ratchadamnoen Boulevard. I was able to discover beautiful historical monuments