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PHOTOS: Taylor Swift's Tour Photo Album!

Feb. 23 2010, Published 5:50 a.m. ET

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Taylor Swift may be on cloud nine but she's still down to earth enough to share her fantastic ride with her fans. RadarOnline.com has the tour photos the young star shared on her MySpace page along with her road ruminations from her stops in Australia and Japan.

"That city sparkled," Swift wrote about Sydney. She took her camera to her other stops Down Under, chronicling a lone tree in Brisbane ("It's probably not lonely though. It's probably just independent.") and the few stolen hours on the beach in Melbourne. Her producer also chipped in, sending her a photo of one night when Swift and some pals tried to cram into a giant bathtub.

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In Tokyo, the singer was able to do some more sightseeing. "This was a restaurant where they shot a fight scene from Kill Bill. We all watched it again beforehand to properly prepare," she wrote about a photo of her wielding chopsticks as a confused male pal looks on.

The single star also spent February 14 in the Japanese city.

"It was Valentine's Day. Tokyo is my Valentine."

As for what is in the future, Swift is back in America ramping up the US leg of her tour.

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"Then we got on a plane. It was the first time I'd seen home in close to a month. I've been writing lots of songs. And the tour is starting up again soon in the US. I love you guys."

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