Angkor Wat and Siem Reap

Angkor Wat and Siem Reap

Angkor Wat! It’s twelve at night and it’s cold. Not on the street, here on the street it never does. It is cold on the train that takes us from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, as in all transport in this part of the world. Seasoned Traveler’s Tip: Never get on a bus, train …

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Malacca make it happen, Malaysia

Malacca make it happen

Malacca make it happen, Malaysia! I would have loved to write this last publication of the trip much earlier, but the return to everyday life has been anything but return and everyday. Let’s say that Spain was waiting for me with open arms but not precisely to give me a hug. But …

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The trip has started as usual: with a lot of “paperwork”, a lot of unforeseen, a lot of confusion. When you go from being mid-summer in Zaragoza, the city that almost never happens, to Kuala Lumpur, the city in which Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta-Jones rob their most important building … …

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Cameron Highlands and Georgetown, Malaysia

Cameron Highlands and Georgetown

The last time I wrote to you, we were trapped in the rain in a hostel in Cameron Highlands . Lying in bed doing nothing, we spend a good part of the day. We had just started the trip but it felt like we had hit rock bottom. The rain had won us another battle …

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Security in Nicaragua is it a safe country?

Security in Nicaragua is it a safe country?

Security in Nicaragua is it a safe country? Am sure if you are organizing a trip to Nicaragua, you have already asked yourself or have ever been asked this question. Well, to put your worries aside, in general I can tell you that Nicaragua is a quiet country for tourists . Now, do not …

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Guide to travel to Bali Indonesia

Guide to travel to Bali Indonesiaa

Guide to travel to Bali Indonesia! Bali, an island of 17,000 that Indonesia has, 5,000 square kilometres of a country of almost 2 million. Making the comparison, it seems incredible that a space that does not even represent 0.25% of the extension of this country resonates so much. It will be because, …

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Komodo National Park Chickens and Dragons

Komodo National Park Chickens and Dragons

Komodo National Park Chickens and Dragons! I don’t remember a trip that started so high. Generally, most adventures start in the capital or major cities, and these don’t always have much to offer. But this time we have started with the Komodo National Park, one of the most spectacular landscapes in Indonesia. Get ready …

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Yogyakarta and surroundings Terima Kasih

Yogyakarta and surroundings Terima Kasih

Yogyakarta and surroundings Terima Kasih! Traveling without a plan is wonderful … but exhausting. Although I squeeze and enjoy each adventure as if it were the last, continuous improvisation demands a lot from me, and for that reason I always try to relax on the last days of travel. And Yogyakarta, Jogja …

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Gili Air Plastic Free Indonesian Island

Gili Air Plastic Free Indonesian Island

Gili Air Plastic Free Indonesian Island! I have traveled a lot and in many ways, but usually I try to make improvisation the way to go. I always move a lot by sensations, feeling , intuition … except in Indonesia. And it is that there our guide was the problem of garbage and all …

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Borobudur Prambanan and a chicken-shaped church

Borobudur Prambanan and a chicken-shaped church

Borobudur Prambanan and a chicken-shaped church! No matter how many photos you have seen, no matter how many articles you have read, no matter how much they have told you … there are places that never lose the ability to impress. Because there are sites that were not born to be …

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