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India Varanasi, welcome to India

It was two days long coach ride to touch Indian soil. The Nepalese king (the one who a few years ago went crazy and acribillo with a Shakespearean sword to half royal family) made a visit in one of the villages of southern Nepal and we passed an infinite control of the army until reaching Sonauli, The border with India.
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A market day in Almolonga, Guatemala

Thus we find the entrance to the market at 9 Almolonga, "place where water sprouts". The names of the Guatemalan peoples in the different pre-Columbian languages ​​(in this case, it comes from Nahuatl) are descriptive and beautiful alike. Located about 2250 meters above sea level, in a beautiful valley away from the typical tourist route of the country, this town has the peculiarity of being the largest orchard in the country and one of the largest in Central America.
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Journey to space: galactic tourism arrives

Would you like to shop around space? If you are one of those who dreams of seeing the stars up close, you are in luck because soon you can make your dreams come true. The billionaire Richard Brandson and his company Virgin Galactic have presented this Monday to the world the gigantic mothership White Knight Two, which will be the one that will transport the Space Ship Two rocket with the first space tourists from 2009.
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Alicante's beaches

San Juan Beach During the 9 years that I lived in Ireland, although I was really happy, I didn't miss the weather in my hometown, Alicante. With an average that exceeds 300 days of sunshine a year, Alicante is a kind of earthly paradise that attracts millions of tourists annually. The city does not have a large number of monumental attractions but this lack compensates it with good beaches, great nightlife and exquisite cuisine.
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Tikal and Yaxhá, dazzling cities of the Mayan Empire in Guatemala

Guatemala is an archaic country in which pre-Columbian indigenous roots mediated deeply in its volcanic and jungle land to endure, with tenacity and consistency, despite the sweeping passage of the Conquerors. Proof of this is the character and physiognomy of its people, but also the Mayan cities that stand proud among the Guatemalan jungle.
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Catalan cream in the Alguero

When I arrived at Alguero I could not suppress my curiosity to speak Catalan with the locals. I did it with a couple of old ladies that I found on the street waiting for the bus and I understood about half of what they were talking about. We had dinner in the city center. In my opinion too focused on tourism and with few Sardinian roots compared to Cagliari and other cities on the island, but clean, with history and suggestive.
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