Posts Tagged ‘ sakura ’

Sandwiches and Sakura in Palmy

October 1, 2009
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Sandwiches and Sakura in Palmy

It’s no secret I make it a goal to compare Subway sandwiches across the globe. Before my time in Japan, I was eating at least six subs/week for lunch… maybe dinner too. In the states, you can get spicy mustard, spinach leaves, and several kinds of cheese (not to mention the meatball subs). The...
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Running Along the Whanganui River

September 17, 2009
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Running Along the Whanganui River

There’s an endless debate going on in Wanganui, New Zealand. No, I’m not misspelling anything; the region and the river both hold the name Whanganui, but the city has been without the “h” for some years. Apparently, there’s always an opinion in the Wanganui Chronicle (NZ’s longest running newspaper) as to whether the town...
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