A perpetual globetrotter and travel writer who has experienced over 60 countries, authored 40+ guidebooks, and published 100s of articles for National Geographic Traveler, Wanderlust, Paperplane, Get Lost, Lifestyle+Travel, Voyageur, Hemispheres, The Independent, Lonely Planet, DK, Footprint, Rough Guides, Insight, Thomas Cook, AA Guides, Fodors, USA Today, and more. This blog is about the things that are cool (and not so cool) about travel, that inspire us to travel, and that are inspiring about the places we visit. It’s a space for me to reflect upon my work as a travel writer, the travel media, travel publishing, and travel industry. This could well be the one thing that will make or break the sale, so even if turns out to be a little costly, hire a lawyer. Taketomijima is the place where a small and original Ryukyu village still stands well-preserved. That’s a good question, I’ve watched a lot about the Alien theory. But, whoever built it, knew what they were doing.
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