Many people visit Japan and don’t speak or understand the Japanese language. If you find yourself wandering around the city and you feel like you have no way to ask directions, you don’t have to be afraid. From public transportation to tourist sites, there will be signs in English. If you approach the Information Booths, most of the people there are good at speaking English.
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Today where no one goes anywhere without their smartphones, great applications have become essential to learning new information, locating friends and of course, finding your way around new places. For those who likes to travel, there are a slew of travel apps that cover all the bases, while making travel a breeze and your vacation a memory you will remember forever. Here are 10 must-have free apps when traveling to the Philippines.
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Travels are supposed to be fun and relaxing, but it’s hard to unwind when you’re constantly stressing about how you’re going to pay for all of it. Whether it’s a road trip, or travel across the globe. Even though we have day jobs sometimes it’s hard to make money on one income source alone.
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Traveling while running a business full-time has not been easy, but it has been one of the most fulfilling decisions I’ve ever made. At the age of 26, I left my corporate ties behind to jump into entrepreneurship and at the same time continue to pursue my love for travel. It taught me that you do not have to choose between being a broke backpacker or putting your career on hold: if you want to see the world and build something epic, you can do both.
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There’s so much world to explore, but unfortunately, being a keen traveler means you inevitably have to take a lot of long-haul flights. I’ve had my fair share of this horror. My first long-haul, flying from the Philippines to Israel, it took us a total of 14 hours with 3 hours layover. Restless sleep, dry awful skin, aching body … and the best part? Jet-lag waiting to be served up fast and cold when you land. Bottomline: Long-haul flights are exhausting and a brutal test of endurance – more so when you’re flying economy!
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