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4corners7seas
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Simon Kuestenmacher 18h
is a very long country. How long? Glad you asked. It's in fact Netherlands-Ireland-Denmark-Belgium-Slovakia-Czechia-Portugal-Slovenia-Estonia-Latvia-Lithuania long. Source:
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gawanmac Apr 13
I saw this on an OS map and couldn't not investigate. A place of worship symbol in the middle of bloody nowhere on the edge of a wood. It was a foggy, atmospheric day up on the North Downs, so I decided to walk three sides of a square through the wood to reach it.
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Wes Lang 14h
The 365 mountain project - a peak for every day of the year, showcasing the beauty of Japan. Mountain #19: Mt Kuri-koma (栗駒山), Iwate Prefecture
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Tom Fay Jan 18
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The Japan Times Jan 18
Last disaster-stricken public school in Iwate rebuilt
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Rich Freeman Jan 17
Tickets for 2019 continue to sell like hot cakes. General ticket sales begin tomorrow & while some additional tickets will be made available many games just about sold-out.
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4corners7seas Jan 17
This winter definitely milder than last, the Han is only frozen as far down as Guri (eastern edge of Seoul) in mid-January - this time last year was frozen all the way through central Seoul to the Hapjeong bridge, another 20km downstream
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4corners7seas Jan 17
Grave news from Korea: Vivaldi Park ski resort no longer has a halfpipe.
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4corners7seas Jan 17
Replying to @hikinginjapan
Haha, plenty of elbow room...
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Wes Lang Jan 17
The 365 mountain project - a peak for every day of the year, showcasing the beauty (and in this case, the insanity) of Japan. Mountain #18: Mt Takao (高尾山), Tokyo Prefecture
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4corners7seas Jan 17
Replying to @GGBJapan
I was indeed, at Vivaldi Park - they have a Burger King, does that count?
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4corners7seas Jan 16
Back on it after 10 days of flu & recovery. Brutally cold day at High1 yesterday due to a merciless wind, but slopes in decent nick. Shaping up to be a warmer one at Vivaldi today
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Stuart McDonald Jan 16
Replying to @travelfish
So while I won’t miss the hassle and BS of the old school tuk tuks I will miss the “getting to know your tuk tuk guy” thing as it fades away as ride sharing takes over.
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Stuart McDonald Jan 16
Replying to @travelfish
He scoffs. The people who make the real money are not tuk tuk drivers, they are the people in the office with the internet and the air-con (the tech execs). I have never had air-con, he says.
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Stuart McDonald Jan 16
Tuk tuk economics. Driver paid $700 for a new chariot (fm Siem Reap where they make the best ones apparently) plus $1k for the motorbike (2nd hand). Mum gave him $1k, he borrowed the rest. Works thru hotel I stayed at, pays them $10 a month for access to guests.
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Wes Lang Jan 16
The 365 mountain project - a peak for every day of the year, showcasing the beauty of Japan. Mountain #17: Mt Yokoyama (横山岳), Shiga Prefecture
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Vincenzo Jan 15
Damn it , why bring back likes from others I don't give a damn about? You don't f🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕g listen. Why keep pushing this f🖕🖕🖕🖕n nonsense feature on everyone? F🖕🖕🖕 off! 🖕🖕🖕 🖕 🖕 🖕🖕 🖕 🖕 🖕 🖕 🖕 🖕 🖕🖕
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Snw_Cntry_Instructor Jan 15
Back to winter again in Yuzawa after a few fine days. A light dusting of snow on the ground this morning and the snowfall has become heavier since it became light. GALA Yuzawa is open today having been shut yesterday due to strong wind.
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Wes Lang Jan 14
The 365 mountain project - a peak for every day of the year, showcasing the beauty of Japan. Mountain #15: Mt Kashima-yarigatake (鹿島槍ヶ岳), Kita Alps, Nagano Prefecture
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