Useful Websites and Informations for a Iceland Holiday

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There are a lot of sources of information for your Icelandholiday. You can do a trip without a rental car, but it can be very limited without a care. If you drive a car in another country, you should be extra careful – especially on an island like Iceland. In this blogpost you can find some useful websites that you should use if you’re travelling around Iceland. 

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Internet in Japan – Online in Japan

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When I’m travelling it’s important to me to be online. A lot of people tend to want a Digital Detox, what I can really understand, but I don’t think “being online” doesn’t mean to be in Social Media all the time. But everything is focussing on my Smartphone – my boarding pass in my mails or on my apple wallet.  I plan all my trips with Google Maps and I saved places I want to go to (Hotel, Airport / Trainstation, Restaurants, Sightseeing) – I also use it as as Navigationssystem. Unbelievable how much I depen on my Smartphone, but it was really useful on my Japantrip and I felt much safer like this. This blogpost is about mobile Internet in Japan. 

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Tips to plan a holiday with Google Maps

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I used Google Maps a lot to plan our holiday in Iceland. I don’t know why I didn’t do this earlier? I’m so thrilled at how easy it’s to plan a trip with Google. Maybe this is not new for you, but some of you might be able to learn something useful. Primarily you want to know how you get to your accomodation or the planned activities. It doesn’t really matter if you go by foot, with the trains or with the car. Google Maps can be used for everything. 

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Take the Train in Japan – Rails in Japan

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I think I have never been so stressed like on the day I arrived in Japan and was in the middle of Tokios Main Train Station. I did some research before coming here, but that didn’t help on the first day. I was really overstrained, because I arrived at rushhour and it was hard to find a place to just stand still. I was also very tired from my flight and I had to change trains twice to get my Shinkansen Bullettrain to  Fukuoka. It still worked find though! Maybe it was useless to stress myself, but I think it’s like this for a lot of people. You can read all descriptions in english as well, but it’s still stressful. Long Story Short – I thought a blogpost about the trains in Japan would be useful. 

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