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Archive for November, 2007

10 Basic Japanese Phrases A Foreigner Should Know

November 28th, 2007 by

You’ve been bitten by the Japan bug, turned into a Japanophile and want to visit Japan. Before that you must know at least the following ten basic Japanese phrases translated to English:

10 yes – Hai, no – Iie

09 Sorry/Excuse me – Sumimasen

08 Do you speak English? – Anata wa Eigo o hanashimasu ka?

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10 Honeymoon Vacation Ideas in Hong Kong

November 15th, 2007 by

Hong KongIf you’re looking to honeymoon in Hong Kong, the city has an abundance of history, art, culture, and exciting city life. Here are the top 10 honeymoon vacation ideas in Hong Kong. Read the rest of this entry »

Beautiful Sceneries in Japan

November 7th, 2007 by

If you’ve never been to Japan, these are some reasons why you should go for a trip and see some of the most beautiful sceneries in different Japanese cities.

Bamboo forest found in Kyoto, Japan Bridge in Japan Garden staircase in Kyoto
Grand gate - Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima Heian Shrine in Kyoto, Japan Himeji Castle in Himeji, Japan
Imperial Palace Japanese Garden Kintai bridge
Mount Fuji Sacred Bridge at Daiya River, Nikko, Japan Tea fields in Japan
Ninna-Ji Temple Grounds in Kyoto, Japan Zao National Park in Japan

Pho King Strange Shirts

November 5th, 2007 by

If you don’t know what pho’ is, its one of the most popular traditional Vietnamese foods in many major cities around the world. Pho’ King specializes in pho’ (as the name suggests of course) and they’ve come up with some unique ads and slogans for their shirts.

Come get some now Eat in or eat out Everybody loves pho king

 

Get in. Take out. It fills you up Its getting hot in here

Pho King 24-7 Pho King all day. Pho King all night. Pho Shizzle

 

Pho sho Warm and filling What the Pho?

There’s a Pho King in Burwood, Sydney. Looks like there’s also one Pho King in Alaxandria, VA.

Top Noosa Holiday Accommodation

November 2nd, 2007 by

NoosaNoosa represents the best of Australia – sand, sea and sun plus a whole lot more. It is hardly surprising that this is an immensely popular holiday destination found at the mouth of the Noosa River

Just 1.5 hours drive north of Brisbane on the aptly named Sunshine Coast, Noosa captures a wonderful mix of macho activity-based entertainment with rather more sedate creative outpourings from the local artistic community. The end result is a fashionable perhaps even exclusive all year round destination with a long list of ‘to-dos’ that will keep even the most demanding holiday maker occupied. Throw in an outstanding eclectic mix of restaurants and bars and it’s hard not to enjoy Noosa. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fishing for Love?


Romance in GuamRelease that romance by sharing a scuba dive or a zesty meal with your loved one in Guam! Surrounded by the North Pacific Ocean and Philippine Sea, Guam enjoys world renowned diving conditions in serene blue waters. Be consumed by the dance, festivals, cuisine and fantastic shopping that this island offers. Bellhop Picks:
  • Polls

    Top 5 Romantic Spots in Asia

    • Palawan, Philippines (39%, 182 Votes)
    • Boracay, Philippines (36%, 168 Votes)
    • Bali, Indonesia (31%, 143 Votes)
    • Agra, India (18%, 84 Votes)
    • Batangas, Philippines (17%, 79 Votes)
    • Male, Maldives (16%, 77 Votes)
    • Jeju Island, South Korea (16%, 75 Votes)
    • Sentosa Island, Singapore (15%, 72 Votes)
    • Krabi, Thailand (13%, 60 Votes)
    • Macau, China (10%, 49 Votes)
    • Halong Bay, Vietnam (7%, 34 Votes)

    Total Voters: 467

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