Japan Travelogue

Japan Travelogue H.M. Reynolds
  • Title: Japan Travelogue
  • Author: H.M. Reynolds
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Japan Travelogue H.M. Reynolds Japan Travelogue Over the course of a year I planned a two week trip to Japan This travelogue describes my experience on the resulting holiday I include practical tips of what I learned in organising my holiday which
    Over the course of a year I planned a two week trip to Japan This travelogue describes my experience on the resulting holiday I include practical tips of what I learned in organising my holiday, which will be useful to anyone preparing for a similar trip.
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    About H.M. Reynolds


    1. H M Reynolds is an accountant by day, adventurer in the unfathomable worlds of the imagination by night He has been writing for over twenty years, although has only recently taken up writing about himself in the third person Bristol born he has lived in the area all his life apart from a significant stint in Cardiff although one of his most favourite pastimes is travelling other parts of the world He enjoys rambling, both in the literary and the cross country sense.


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    1. This book is a good idea but is only likely to be helpful for people who have never visited Japan before at all For them, though, it could be handy The information they really need in advance won t be in travel literature, which may inspire you to go somewhere but won t tell you how to use its metro A guide book is useful, but it still tells you what the editor thought you needed to know, and s he isn t you In Japan Travelogue, H.M Reynolds does something simple and effective He gives a blow by [...]

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    2. The author has set down his thoughts on his trip to Japan and given us details on what transpired and how he got on For that he must be praised because a great many people promise themselves that they will write up an account of their trips abroad and never do The book is short and snappy and sticks to simplicity and avoids flowery prose The author does not care to emote or shoot off lines like you would find in a brochure instead he states his observations and moves on In fact on several occasi [...]

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    3. This is nothing but a typed travel diary Most of the text is about transportation, where he is going to eat and the hotel in which he is staying The day usually ends with anticipation for the next day Tips are very simple For example You can cut down on food cost by buying snacks Or Be prepared for signs outside hotels, businesses and restaurants to be in Japanese script There are empty pages in the middle of the book and the layout has gotten very little attention There seems to be no affectio [...]

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    4. This travelogue reads like someone verbally telling you about their vacation, with a few confusing jumps ahead or backward, and some contradictory advice Wanting to go Japan someday myself, it was however interesting to hear about some of the sights and I enjoyed his pictures That is the best part of this book I would not use this book as a travel guide as most of his tips are things many people will already know signs in Japanese use Japanese characters, not the English alphabet, and if you go [...]

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