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Most readers who access Viajablog through search engines do so through searches related to the world of travel. Even so, from time to time, we take a look at the search words that come to Viajablog and we laugh at how Google and company sometimes link texts and keywords in such a rocambolesque way that probably the person behind Seeker is stunned. In any case, you are always welcome.

We have the example of someone looking for a playboy in Lithuania and probably the image of Quique beating Vilnius between vodkas and zeppelines was not exactly what he was looking for.

It is known to all that Thailand is one of the countries in the world with the most open mind in relation to sex. The cities are hot and there are shows of all kinds especially in the tourist areas of Bangkok or Phuket. Shows featuring laybobys, ping pong games and much more, but I didn't know the practice our reader was looking for when giving google sex Thai basket. I try to turn the subject around but my ignorance is sublime about it. If anyone knows what that Thai basket is about to inform us!

There are also others who knock on the door of San Google waiting for naked cyclists to appear in Zaragoza. I imagine the understandable disappointment of the man to run into four travelers who are neither shaved, nor ride a bicycle and do not even carry bad blood.

A boy was in a desperate situation on the beach and made a distress claim through Google. Instead of calling the police, he entered the search engine and wrote shark behind my parents. Maybe he was looking for some method to scare the bug or even try to see the picture of the same shark zapping his parents. I don't know, but what surprises me the most is that he ended up reading Sergi stories by Australian waters; I hope that doesn't deconcentrate him too much and his parents won't end up being eaten by the shark.

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