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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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Where the Party at when Backpacking?

Posted September 5, 2011 by Recultured Team

Backpacking across any country is a wonderful experience. Since we’re young and want to have a good time, you have to party in another country. One of the drawbacks of being a backpacker to a new unfamiliar city is not knowing “where the best club/pub/bar to party at.”

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How to Travel on Your Own, But Never Actually Be Alone

Posted February 24, 2015 by Recultured Team

Travelling on your own is awesome. YOU get to decide all the where, when, and whats, and even get to eat whatever YOU feel like. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make some amazing friends while you’re doing you. Here are seven tips to help you find people to share your adventures with along the way! Lonely? Never.

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How to Take Public Transportation And Not Be A Jerk

Posted October 24, 2013 by Recultured Team

The great debate of what is considered proper bus etiquette finally settled… in my humble opinion.

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Boracay Trip Part 1: Background Info on the Island of Soft White Sand, Crystal Blue Waters, and Exciting Activities

Posted February 28, 2012 by Recultured Team

For those of you planning or wanting to travel to a sunny, tropical, and budget-friendly getaway, you should definitely consider Boracay! In this three-part series (see below for the breakdown of content) of my trip experience to Boracay, Philippines over the Christmas holidays, I will offer some helpful information that will hopefully give you a […]

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