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4corners7seas
Digital snowmad (geddit?) owner of , with a penchant for longhaul overland travel.
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The wait is finally over: season starts Friday!
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4corners7seas Nov 19
No pain no gain, and this shit definitely hurt
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J.K. Rowling Nov 15
Agreed. We were brought to this point by decades of unrelenting anti-Europe propaganda and a bunch of cynical politicians who saw personal advantage in Brexit and were prepared to tell shameless lies to achieve it.
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4corners7seas Nov 15
Peru too, former Peruvian president Fujinomori is ethnic Japanese. Interesting bit of history, early-20C Japanese farmers migrating to SA
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Jonathan Sullivan Nov 14
It's good that people can still laugh
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4corners7seas Nov 13
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Maki Nov 13
This UFO bed appears to be the star attraction at an extremely Showa era love hotel in Omiya. Incredibly romantic.
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Burton Snowboards Nov 13
Wow Anna Gasser, we’re speechless. 🤯 Leading the way for women with the first ever triple. 🙌🙌🙌
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japan-guide.com Nov 11
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JetPhotos Nov 10
Mt Fuji from the window of a Peach A320. © Alex
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4corners7seas Nov 10
Replying to @travelfish
They're worried about their main platform I reckon, and rightly so. Company still good with Insta etc, but main FB looks potentially screwed
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Wes Lang Nov 9
Exposed roots are the norm on most of Japan's well-trodden paths
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Sydney Solís Nov 9
Walking while eating - AKA mindlessness - a serious offense in Japan. At Nishiki Market, Kyoto.
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Sydney Solís Nov 8
Fiat pax fiat justitia - Detail of Dacheng Hall ceiling, Taipei Confucius Temple, Taiwan.
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Simon Kuestenmacher Nov 7
Map shows the number of remaining castles in the & . Important if you are an eccentric rock star or simply a fan of castles... Source:
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4corners7seas Nov 6
Nothing says “back in Osaka” quite like the cheerful digi-xylo chimes of the subway jingle as the train pulls in, and the complete indifference of the commuters within
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Mahou Shoujo Naifu Nov 4
OK SO let me tell you about the best place in Sweden: The failed hotel/Chinese cultural center Dragon Gate, located in the middle of fucking nowhere and in constant ownership/project limbo. Me and two colleagues went there yesterday - here's our strange and wonderful story.
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4corners7seas Nov 5
It’s amazing how much (or how little) one can do in a day. Today was very much a ‘much’ day: woke up in , visited a footie stadium in , hiked up a mountain in , and just ate a late dinner in . Phew. Time for bed!
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Kojects Nov 4
30 years ago there were only 4 subway lines in Seoul and the first Die Hard movie was screened in Korea. In 2018 we have over 20 subway lines and 5 Die Hard movies. In the next years we will see more new subway lines in Seoul and more great Die Hard movies with Bruce Willis.
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Simon Kuestenmacher Nov 4
and fun fact: the Burj Khalifa building is as tall as the Vatican City is wide (or long?). Source:
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