View profile

Where I'm At: Tokyo Edition

A weekly newsletter of great travel reads and links.
October 6 · Issue #24 · View online
Nomadic Notes
A weekly newsletter of great travel reads and links.

Flying over the Mekong Delta.
I’m back in Saigon after a week that included Japan, Australia, and Singapore. More Travel = Less Blogging, so I have a backlog of writing before my next trip later this month.
Here is the pick of travel reads from around the web for this week.
~ James
Where I'm At
Where I’m At: October, 2017 – Tokyo edition
Good Reads
You’ll Be in Hanoi Soon. Get Your Head Right.
Natural Born TV Killers
The Bilbao effect: how Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim started a global craze
Telling the Tales of Trees Around the World
How Chinese tourists are changing the world
More Japan Reads
I still have Japan on the brain so here are some more good Japan links I found this week.
How an Angry Man Revolutionized the Modern Sushi Industry
Giant Straw Animals Invade Japanese Fields After Rice Harvest And They Are Absolutely Badass
Southeast Asia Railways
News related to Southeast Asia railways, as part of the Future Southeast Asia Map project.
Laos merely a bystander as China pushes Belt and Road ambitions
Thailand-Cambodia rail link a step closer
[Sultan Mosque - Singapore.]
Nomadic Notes Partners
Nomadic Notes is partnered with the following sites. I use and recommend these travel booking sites when planning my travels.
Book Accommodation: Agoda, Hotels Combined
Find Flights: Skyscanner
Travel insurance: World Nomads
Booking via these links will not cost you extra, and they will help keep Nomadic Notes running. Thanks for reading!
Did you enjoy this issue?
If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here
Powered by Revue