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Asia’s new tour guide: Japanese anime

TOKYO — As the ranks of foreign visitors to Japan have swollen in recent years, unlikely tourist destinations have emerged, attracting big crowds of manga and anime buffs from around Asia. These pilgrimages to pop culture holy places have a name, seichijunrei, and they are now taking place in Singapore ...

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Two Weeks in Turkey Isn’t Enough

Two Weeks in Turkey Isn’t Enough

Turkey—where Europe meets the Middle East—deserves a high position on your list of places to visit. A vibrant Western country with many stories to tell, it has a long and rich history and a diverse landscape that embraces pristine beaches and the honeycombed hills of Cappadocia.  Now is a good ...

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Azerbaijan presents tourism potential in Russia

Azerbaijan presents tourism potential in Russia

By  Trend Several presentations dedicated to Azerbaijan’s tourism potential are being held in Russia on August 27-29, Trend reports on Aug. 28 referring to the Azerbaijan State Tourism Agency. The Azerbaijan Tourism Bureau holds presentations in Moscow, the capital, Yekaterinburg city, and Kazan, the capital of Russia‘s Tatarstan republic. Three hotels, 10 Azerbaijani ...

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Where to Stay in St Vincent and the Grenadines

Where to Stay in St Vincent and the Grenadines

  By Bob CurleyCJ Contributor St Vincent and the Grenadines isn’t your typical Caribbean vacation destination. The lush, volcanic island of St Vincent is by far the largest land mass in this archipelago nation, yet may be the least visited despite its innumerable waterfalls and hidden coves that provided the ...

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Is Morocco Safe? 7 Experts Give Us Their Best Travelling Tips

Is Morocco Safe? 7 Experts Give Us Their Best Travelling Tips

I go to Morocco almost every year, and I love it. I have stayed in everything from five star hotels to traditional riads and mountain lodges, driven myself across the High Atlas mountains from Taroudant to Marrakech, galloped horses for a week through little mountain villages, and walked home long ...

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