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the World Heritage, Mt. Fuji, Japan 富士山-- So pretty! My life's mission is to visit Japan at least once, and travel everywhere there and take a million pictures!

Kyoto Japón Sakura partez en voyage maintenant www.airbnb.fr/c/jeremyj1489 http://www.jetradar.com/?marker=126022

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ASIE | BIRMANIE. Bagan, Myanmar. Et pourquoi pas un voyage en ballon...

Bagan, Myanmar, Burma I sailed up the Irawaddy River to Bagan. One of the most magical places in my travels.

Oia, Santorin, Grèce

Summer stop in Oia village, Santorini island, Grece

Glasgow Travel Guide: If you’re asking yourself, Should I Visit Glasgow, the answer is a resounding YES! Creative, lively and uber cool, Glasgow is Scotland’s hippest city. Find out why you should visit Glasgow, and our recommendations for the best things to do in Glasgow.

Glasgow Travel Guide: If you’re asking yourself, Should I Visit Glasgow, the answer is a resounding YES! Creative, lively and uber cool, Glasgow is Scotland’s hippest city. Find out why you should vis(Cool Places London)

Discover what Glasgow Scotland has to offer: old and modern architecture, Street Art, Museum, History... Photos of 7 areas not to be missed when visiting Glasgow ********* Glasgow Travel - Scotland Travel - Things to do in Glasgow - Scotland Glasgow **

Discover what Glasgow Scotland has to offer: old and modern architecture, Street Art, Museum, History. Photos of 7 areas not to be missed when visiting Glasgow ********* Glasgow Travel - Scotland Travel - Things to do in Glasgow - Scotland Glasgow **

carte des incontournables en Ecosse

carte des incontournables en Ecosse

Que faire en 48 heures à Edinburgh ?

Circle Lane Edimbourg, Ecosse Plus

Petra, Jordanie …

Petra in Jordan. On my top 10 travel list since I was a kid watching Indiana Jones.

Visiter la capitale suédoise en hiver, c’est s’exposer à des températures glaciales et des journées très courtes (le soleil se couche à 15h). Mais c’est aussi l’opportunité de découvrir la Scandinavie dans toute sa beauté froide et épurée, bien emmitouflé de la tête aux pieds, et de se réchauffer à la chaleur de l’accueil de ses habitants, une tasse de café et un kanelbulle à la main. Découvrez le compte-rendu de notre premier city-trip à Stockholm, avec des belles photos et des conseils :)

Un (très) long week-end à Stockholm - Yummy Planet