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Europe

Cuenca with friends (and bloggers)

We have spent a weekend in Cuenca with a very special group of friends. A few weeks ago, Victor, from My homeland are my shoes, invited us to spend the weekend at his home in the Huerta de la Obispalía, a small town where all the neighbors know each other and in which every morning a van He will sell the bread, because there is neither bakery nor shops.
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Asia

Activities in Kuredu Island

We continue with the stories of the 9-day trip to the Maldives and in this case we explore the island further and see what other activities can be done at Kuredu Island Resort. Who says there is not much to do in the Maldives? Well, myself a few days before going to the Maldives. Being a beach destination, I thought it wouldn't be made for me, since I don't like to make "the croquette."
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Europe

Day 3b: London Calling

After visiting Oxford we went to the train station to go to London. From Oxford to London Paddington station it takes about 90 minutes and the price varies according to the time. We took the train at 1 pm and it was worth 19.95 pounds per person. Although curiously they made us a group price (we were only four!
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Asia

Trip to Japan: Takayama and Shiwakawa-go

For two days we will visit the center of Honshu. This area is full of mountains, valleys and small charming villages. We have opted to visit Takayama and Shirakawa-go one day, and the Kiso Valley the next. In one day we have decided to visit Takayama (high mountain) and Shirakawa-go.
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Europe

The Orsay Museum in Paris

In Paris there is an old train station that was built on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1890, where a palace that had been destroyed by fire had been built before. It is a strange place, because for years that people there no longer run with their luggage from one side to the other, and the hustle has become silent and quiet walks.
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Africa

Visit to Cairo

It was our first whole day in Cairo and we had to make some important efforts. As we were going to spend our last week at Sinai resting on the beach, while we were planning the trip we saw that Petra was very close and that maybe we could get away there. The problem came when I read on the Internet that if you leave the country, the visa you get when you enter is obviously canceled and, if you enter again by road or by sea through Sinai, you are given a visa only for the Sinai Peninsula that does not It allows you to travel to the rest of the country.
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