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Photos: My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited

JAPAN | Mon, 14 Jan 2013 | By pompeyrob | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I actually found my passion for photography after I started backpacking, when I realised I must document this important part of my life and so set upon improving my photography. This however was just the start and I realised that photography is a ... Read more >
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Tags: earthquake, fukushima, japan, miyagi, tohoku, tsunami

Travel Alert - Japan - Governments say Tokyo OK for travel

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 18 Apr 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [1094]

Following over a month of trepidation, Governments around the world have lowered their travel warnings for Japan, maintaining that Tokyo is now a relatively safe destination to visit. The Australian, British and American foreign offices, who previously ... Read more >

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Like grim shadows in the fog, the miners climb out of the inferno, carrying heavy loads of sulfur on their hunched and scarred shoulders over a four-kilometer track to the transport zone, only to make their way back up the mountain and into the volcano once again. They attempt to do two to three journeys a day like a modern-day Sisyphus; the more journeys they make, the more sulfur they carry, and therefore the higher their pay.: by walidrsd, Views[6952]
Like grim shadows in the fog, the miners climb out of the inferno, carrying heavy loads of sulfur on their hunched and scarred shoulders over a four-kilometer track to the transport zone, only to make their way back up the mountain and into the volcano once again. They attempt to do two to three journeys a day like a modern-day Sisyphus; the more journeys they make, the more sulfur they carry, and therefore the higher their pay.

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