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Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park covers 1,227 square kilometres, so it’s going to be very hard to see the whole or even most of it.
Sometimes when travelling you can be lucky enough to witness a little bit of history happening.
Rising through the fog you might be forgiven for thinking Mount Hakone has fallen back upon its volcanic past. But this Japanese giant hasn’t erupted in 3,000 years.
Travelling the world isn’t always about the sights you see or the people you meet – there are plenty of our animal friends out there to make any journey just a little bit more entertaining.
Fake weddings in Japan, feeding the elephants and a trip to the ‘Venice of America’. Check out my favourite blog posts from the last week…
Incredibly Naked Eye Travel has been going (just over) a year. Time flies when you’re having fun, and I’ve certainly enjoyed recounting some of my favourite travel stories here.
With 2013 already becoming a distant memory, it seems an appropriate time to cast an eye over the travels Michelle and I undertook last year.
As often as not it is the people you see as much as the scenery that provide memories of a particular place.