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Travel&Food in Japan: Medama or Tuna Eyes

In Japanese stores you will frequently find strange packages "observing" you with their big fish eyes. And in many bars, you can taste the tuna eyes already cooked, fried, stewed or lightly steamed.

How to plan (and enjoy) the perfect city break with kids

Today's guest post is an extract from a interesting article about how to organize a citybreak with kids. Every parent knows how difficult is to travel with very young children, but there are some tricks to manage this job and have fun together. Let's dicover Marta's 10 tips.

Travel&Food: the Balut

The food in the Philippines can be almost traumatizing experience for Westerners. The word balut in Tagalog, means "wrapped" and refers to a boiled hen's or duck egg.

Travel&Shopping: the Eye of Allah

Eye of Allah, Nazar Boncuk in Turkish, mauvais oeil in French, Böse Blick in German, Ayn hasad in Arab, or simply Evil Eye is a famous amulet against the "evil eye". It is typical in Turkey, although in reality very often you will find it as gift in Greece.

10 essential travel apps

In today's world, one of the thing a traveller always has in his pocket is a smartphone. On the app stores you can find an App for every use, also for traveling.

Travel&Food: the Durian

Well know around the globe as the stinky fruit, 50% of western who tried it hates its flavor. It is the Durian.

5 Tips For Traveling With An Introvert

Today's guest post written by Susann catched my attention, probably because I always appreciated people extrovert, looking comfortable in every occasion, captivating the attention and fondness of the others.

However, if everybody would be an extrovert the world probably would be too noisy; therefore how to recognize and travel with an introvert person, integrating each other and having fun together? 

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