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  • Things to know before visiting Okinawa

    Eating with chopsticks

    Eating with chopsticks ©Brandon Conelly/Flickr

    You might also call this post things to know before visiting Japan, as the rules of politeness that follow are quite general, apply for the whole country. However now it concentrates on how to treat the locals in Okinawa, this less known but not less lovely part of the island nation, and how you can expect to be treated.

    If you believe I have missed something and there are more things to know before visiting Okinawa, feel free to raise your voice in the comment section! 

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  • Responsible travel in developing countries

    photo by Luke PartridgeWe all want to travel responsibly, reduce our carbon footprints, preserve the environment and the attractions we like so that we’ll have something to return to even decades after our visit. Responsible travel is a matter of common sense, usually, but sometimes it can be tricky.

    What happens when we travel to places that are considerably less wealthy or economically developed than out home countries? Visiting poverty-stricken areas can land you with some dilemmas as to how you can enjoy the sights without feeling guilty, and how to help out without being overbearing. If you’ve ever been in this situation, here are some tips for responsible travel in developing countries.

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