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Land of landscapes, gastronomy and traditions: a video trip to Las Hurdes

Meandro del Melero, Las Hurdes, Cáceres, Extremadura The advantage of Las Hurdes over other destinations is that his curse (his isolation publicized cinematographically by Buñuel) is also his blessing, since it allows him to offer almost virgin landscapes, traditional slate houses that They are found in many of their farmhouses and, not least, a people who warmly welcome the outsider.
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Australia: recommended route from Cairns to Sydney

After a few weeks in Sydney, I flew to Cairns, where I spent a few days snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef and hitting my night clubs; a good place for crazy Cairns parties of course ... but I had to go back to Sydney where a plane was waiting for me to fly to New Zelanada. So in Cairns I found these bus tickets that take you to Sydney with unlimited stops; It cost me the bill $ 299 Australian dollars or 299 bucks that the locals say (bucks would translate as 'turkeys', about 300 turkeys, and that come to be about 180 euros).
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Use your old travel mobile

If you are traveling to places where security is not reliable, good advice is to use an old cell phone and release it. You can do it in many electronics stores including those of Pakistanis that abound so much in the center of Barcelona or Madrid. For about 10 euros you will be released and you can use it with any SIM card in the world.
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Are you feeling watched? Welcome to the Bayón Temple

In the northwest of Cambodia, 300 km from its capital Phom Penh, is the capital of the former Khmer Empire (Khmer), Angkor. Hidden for centuries in the middle of the jungle, it has been totally isolated from the western world until in 1860 it was discovered by French missionaries. The origin of this city is situated under the reign of Jayavarman II (810-850 AD.
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How to live the Fallas of Valencia

The month of March arrives and with it one of the oldest and most recognized festivals in Spain: the Fallas de Valencia. Millions of visitors arrive in the city the days before spring and cram the streets of downtown looking to live the Fallas as another place. For this you will have to have started attending the Crida, the kick off of the 2016 Fallas that took place this year yesterday.
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