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apricot44 (Southeastern Anatolia)

Erhan Yildirim is a tour guide in Turkey Online professional tourist guide expert Gobeklitepe,Kingdom of Commagene,Mardin,Zeugma,Sanliurfa,Harran and all southeast Anatolia

theo1006 (Sumbawa)

I travelled the length of Sumbawa in 2011 and wrote most of the content of this page and the linked pages.

induraghu (India)

Traveller & arm-chair traveller

cecilecutblues (Yokohama)

I have been living in Yokohama since 2014 and have built connection with local communities. Rather than general info for tourists, I have lots of insider tips about restaurants and bars, nice parks to visit, great coffee stands, shops, local art events etc. Feel free to ask me anything.

cecilecutblues (Japan)

I am born and raised here in Japan (Kanto region) and traveled relatively well domestically and internationally. I'd be happy to give any insider tips of my country and can help with itinerary. I'd be especially happy to introduce - Hiking trails ( we have tons of stunning trails rather than Mt. Fuji! ) - Old traditional onsens which is a bit complicated to get to - Art/Music events - Micro-breweries of local craft beer - Bar hopping info in Yokohama - Traveling with infant/toddlers in Japan - Gallery info of contemporary photography