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From the Death Coast: a travel book

Manuel Ríos has published a book about the Coast of Death. This is a travel literature book focused on unveiling this mysterious and enigmatic corner of the Galician coast, entering the typical customs of the area, anecdotes about the road to Santiago and a concise description of the landscape and its inhabitants.
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Free U2 concert at the Camp Nou in Barcelona

Tonight I will not miss the great concert that the Irish band U2 will perform at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona. I will also see it for free. We are going to a good friend's house. From its balcony on the eighth floor of Chile Avenue you can see half the stadium of Barça and the sound is spectacular.
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The beaches of Aqaba in the Red Sea of ​​Jordan

The calm waters of the Red Sea in Aqaba Aqaba is Jordan's maritime tourist resort par excellence. With Israel and Egypt just a few minutes away on foot and Saudi Arabia just 20 kilometers away make Aqaba a crossroads leading to shopping, casinos, fun, lively nightlife and the enjoyment of its beaches in the splendid waters of the Red Sea.
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INDIA Sunauli: The border between India and Nepal

Image, muahebkk Getting to Nepal was another odyssey, this time quite fun everything must be said. From Varanasi we got on a coach that left us after a few hours in Sunauli, a small town that serves as a border between India and Nepal. We arrived at Sunali at dawn. It was just dawn.
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Travel to Australia to be drawn with a 'penis'

The Australian Tim Patch uses his penis as a brush. It seems incredible but it is. It is called Pricasso (pun between Prick, one of the many ways to call the penis in English, and Picasso, the popular Spanish painter), and is considered the first "penile artist" in the world. The uncle, using his cock, has already painted famous people like George Bush or Tony Blair, and it seems that they have been quite good.
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Visit to Nice: where red merges with blue

The colors of Masséna Square in Nice After contemplating the stunning views of Monaco from Le Turbie, we set out to visit the city of Nice. This time we take the highway and in a few minutes we reach the city center. To save time we headed to a central parking lot and parked in the same Masséna square.
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