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Africa

Visit to Dead Vlei and Sossusvlei (Namib-Naukluft Park), Namibia

New story of the 15-day trip to Namibia that we made for free in August 2016. That day we visited one of the most wonderful and strange places we have been: Dead Vlei. We headed to the entrance gate of the Namib-Naukluft National Park and saw that there was already a line of about fourteen cars waiting for them to open.
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Europe

Visit to the magnificent Iberian site of Ullastret

Ullastret is a small town located in the interior of the Costa Brava, near more summer and photographed villages such as Pals, Palafrugell, Begur i l'Estartit. However, Ullastret has something very special: a unique archaeological site. Why? Because it could be the largest Iberian population that exists: a city of about 6000 inhabitants called ... Indika.
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Europe

A perfect day in Bordeaux

The capital of the Aquitaine region, a UNESCO heritage site, is located in the southwest of the country, in a meander of the Garonne, very close to the mouth of this river in the Atlantic. The river port of the city, called the port of the moon for its curved shape, has been key to the development of the city since ancient times.
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Travel diaries

Super 22-day free travel guide to Australia

Australia has it all: cosmopolitan cities, tropical forests dating back to the dawn of time, underwater wonders, inhospitable deserts, bucolic landscapes and incredible wildlife. 22 days for a trip to Australia are few, but we have squeezed them to the fullest, like our wallet, to make one of the trips of our life.
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Europe

Introduction to St. Petersburg

There are trips that you do not anticipate, that simply cross your path when you least expect it. I had been thinking about visiting Russia for a season, especially since the day I was hooked reading the summary of the history of this great country that I found in the Lonely Planet guide on a Friday afternoon in the Altaïr travel library.
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Europe

London Calling, again!

This last bridge of September 11 we have returned to London. I already explained that in July we were looking forward to seeing a couple of plays and leave here my surprise that this was my birthday present. The idea was to concentrate the two works on Friday, September 11 and, seeing the schedules, we decided to leave Thursday with Easyjet from terminal 2 of the Prat airport (phantom terminal since the new T1 has been inaugurated).
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