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Everyone should find time to travel. It's the one thing that gets us out of our comfort zone and into the big wide world. There are a lifetime of experiences to be had here at home in the US or abroad in far-flung destinations. In this blog I will bring together a collection of stories about my adventures and those of other travel writers. If you're looking for inspiration for life on the open road you've come to the right place. Please check back at Rick's Travel Blog soon to catch the latest travel write-ups on must-see destinations and experiences to do before you die.

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Four Unique Experiences When Travelling in Japan With Your Dog

Peculiar Dog Services that Exist Only in the Land of the Rising Sun Japan is well-known for its highly unusual take on things From whimsical construction barriers to blue traffic lights, an island full of bunnies, and a dizzying array of vending machines, the Japanese clearly have a way with things. This also extends well onto man’s best friend. While it might not get as much attention as other pet-friendly destinations around the world, such as the UK, France and Argentina, Japan is also a nation of dog lovers. So if ever you’re thinking of spending a holiday in the Land of the Rising Sun, you’d better get acquainted with these four peculiar but otherwise beneficial services for your pet dog.

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How to Make the Most of Your Seaside Vacation

Having a really fabulous time during your much-deserved seaside holiday vacation is easy if you plan enough for it. Understanding local customs and letting loose while remaining vigilant are some of the keys to help you relish the memories you will be making while on your dream getaway. If any, it’s immersing oneself in the beauty of the place that makes it all the more worthwhile. For more advice on how to book the perfect vacation online, see this guide from TechAdvisor.

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Going for a Seaside Trip During the Monsoon Season

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On the other hand, once the monsoon begins, a slow transformation happens, turning The turquoise waters and the green fields will more than make up for a few gray clouds. The Cooler Weather If you are coming from cooler countries, being on the beach during the hot and humid summer months can be stuffy and too draining. Add the crowds of people in the beach, and you would find yourself hiding in your air-conditioned room instead. Respectable travel agents would steer you towards visiting in the cooler months. During the monsoon season, the weather becomes much cooler and the stifling heat goes away.

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These Airports Offer The Cheapest Flights Into The UK

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The UK does not rank very high on the list of affordable destinations, which is why many visitors need every trick and tip to save every dollar or pound possible. For tourists flying in from further destinations, the flight ticket is most likely the priciest item on their trip expenses. At times, the secret lies in finding the cheapest airport to fly into. Not only does the UK have charming small villages with thatched cottages, rugged hills, and breathtaking cliffs, it also has an efficient public transportation system that makes it easy to fly into other cities and take the train or bus from there to your destination.

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A Unique Seaside Destination Way Up North

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At the end of the last Ice The existing U-shaped valleys were flooded and thus, the awe-inspiring fjords came to be. Interestingly, Norway has a warm sea current so that the fjords do not freeze during winter.

These beautiful sea views in the Norwegian Fjords have inspired many tourists who have journeyed north.There may be other breathtaking sea views around the world, including these destinations, but the scenery in this Scandinavian wilderness is especially spectacular. Imagine the waters snaking in between very high mountains that reach up to 2000 meters in height, and even reaching up to 1300 meters in depth.

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