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  • city guides :: new feature on at home with kim vallee

    My New City Guides

    Earlier tonight, I released a feature that we worked very hard to implement. I wish to thank Chris and Jerome for their great work. I started dreaming about city guides for At…

  • nomad ultralight camper design by etienne danserau :: sidim 2010

    Nomad: Ultralight Camper

    A section of SIDIM was dedicated to student’s projects. It may be because I would love to use his small model as a doll house, but Nomad, a camper made of…

  • nishiki market seafood

    Nishiki Market in Kyoto

    This is a typical shopping street in Japan. What makes those special is that the street is covered. Therefore, you can shop even when it rains. In fact, that what we…

  • deers at nara in japan

    Feeding the deers in Nara

    One of most delightful experiences all travelers to Nara, Japan should try is to feed the protected deers. They are 1200 deers that live freely in Nara-koen and its surrounding areas.…

  • edo-tokyo museum's big bicycle wheel

    Visit at the Edo-Tokyo Museum

    Since our arrival in Japan, the weather is not great: very cold for this time of the year and rainy. Therefore, we opted for an indoor activity yesterday afternoon. We visited…

  • executive business class air canada to japan

    I’m Blogging from Japan

    I am writing this post comfortably sitting on the plane on my way to 3 weeks of vacation in Japan. Except for my husband, all my closed-by neighbors are Japanese. It…

  • meal box of porter airlines with the raccoon Mr. Porter

    Why I prefer to fly Porter Airlines?

    Two words: style and comfort. I like them for their stylishly modern and comfortable lounge at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Porter put attention to details. Usually, flying one trip…