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Learning Japanese: 5 Tips from Japan

Posted August 23, 2011 by Recultured Team

Learning any language is no easy feat. Some people absorb it naturally while others suffer through endless classes and audio tapes trying to master those elusive pronunciations and grammar structures. Japanese, in particular, is classified as a somewhat easy language to learn. Despite having 3 alphabets consisting of different sounds and symbols, many have overcome […]

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8 Tips to Control That Travel Bug

Posted May 8, 2013 by Recultured Team

Bitten by the travel bug, but have to stay in the city because of school and work? Here are 8 tips to help you cope with the illness until you can go on an adventure of your own!

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Everyone Wants to Leave for the Big City

Posted February 10, 2016 by Recultured Team

After high school, everyone goes their separate ways, with many people getting right on the road out of town. Some spend a gap year traveling, some enroll in schools across the country or in other countries, and some drive a few cities over to live the dorm life. Even now in university, students are intrigued […]

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What You’re Missing Out On: Las Vegas

Posted July 12, 2013 by Recultured Team

Not all rules are meant to be followed. Here are some of Las Vegas’ best kept secrets on a student budget.

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Couchsurfing Part I: The Basics

Posted February 27, 2012 by Recultured Team

In one of my last articles, I talked about backpacking and staying in hostels. Yet hostels aren’t the only option for accommodation when backpacking or travelling on a budget. Couchsurfing is an idea and a website that’s taken off in recent years. Couchsurfing is for travellers who want to meet new people and perhaps save some money […]

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