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Cup Noodles Museum

Cup Noodles and instant ramen is one of those things that are staples when it comes to emergency meals or quick easy meals for bachelors, students, teenagers, or for those that go camping and see cooking as only heating up water. Wherever we’ve lived in the world, there was always access to...

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MariCAR tour in Japan

I haven’t met anyone who have played the Nintendo game Mario Kart and then say they didn’t like it. The game is hilarious and exciting for people of all ages. Now, would you believe me when I say that it’s possible to dress up in costumes and drive Go-Karts through the streets...

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Kauai Marriott Resort

Kauai is one of those places where you really feel like you are on the countryside. It’s not only the empty spaces in the rural areas, but also the people. The people are genuinely friendly rural people – everyone knows everyone (almost) and they all care deeply for their community. Yet...

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Phoenix, Arizona

People we know who live in Phoenix always tell us to stay away from Arizona in the summertime and it’s brutal heat. Fortunately, out of pure luck and coincidence, the few times we’ve been in Arizona has been in the fall. How lovely it’s been!

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Shunkaen Bonsai Museum

During our recent trip to Japan, we stayed a few nights at the Disneyland Hotel. It’s a very nice hotel, but we got a bit overwhelmed with the whole Disney theme and were in need for Japanese culture. A quick Google Maps search of what was nearby revealed a place called Bonsai Museum.

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Sun Peaks, British Columbia

Despite the word SUN in its name, SNOW is the reason to go there. It’s a ski and snowboard resort, after all. And with so many places in British Columbia to enjoy the slopes, we had no expectations when going there. Having been to Whistler and Big White multiple times, what else could there...

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