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Tristan da Cunha | The remotest island in the middle of the Atlantic

The Tristan da Cunha archipelago is literally off the beaten path, lost in the Atlantic Ocean and halfway between Africa and South America. Its main island, Tristan da Cunha, holds the title of being the most remote inhabited island in the world in the Guinness Book. The archipelago consists of six islands (Tristan da Cunha, Inaccessible […]

Throw out your misconceptions, visit Turkey

Throughout summer you won’t struggle to find a destination which will more than cater for your sunshine holiday needs, however one which would always call out to me, would be Turkey. Many people have preconceived ideas about Turkey, and for the most part these are incorrect. Don’t let stereotypes put you off exploring a warm and […]

Spain | Museum of Ovine to become a shepherd for a day

The Pyrenees have a strong presence in the geography and history of the Iberian Peninsula. At the heart of these mountains we find the sector corresponding to Aragon and it is there where we will move to live as true shepherds for a day, taking care of livestock and learning the profession at the Museum of Ovine. […]

Dublin | Four indoors visits if the weather is not favorable

Ireland owes its beautiful ‘greenery’ in large part to the rains that may accompany us at any time of the year. Dublin is characterized by a changing climate and despite giving us very warm temperatures compared to other cities in the north of the islands, it is also very rainy. But there is no rain able to […]

The crystal lakes of Ubari sand sea able to kill of thirst

In the region of Fezzan, to the southwest of Libya, we can find a huge area full of ​​sand, the dunes sea ​​of Ubari. But the most spectacular part of this place are its crystalline lakes that are spread throughout the desert terrain, something like the remains of what once this place was 200,000 years ago, a green and fertile region dominated […]

Nevado de Colima Volcano National Park | Mexico

Lately we hear of some American volcanoes that begin to have some activity. It is not surprising that one is always scaring us. In Mexican lands we find Nevado de Colima Volcano National Park, in the State of Michoacán (yes, where Paricutin volcano erupted in 1943 and spent nine years releasing lava and ash). We found in this […]

April Fair | Tío Pepe lends his hat to Seville tram

The González Byass are over the  moon. Due to the April Fair, the brand managers have decided to customize the tram to the fair with the famous Cordovan hat that everyone associates with that bottle of wine distributed in over 102 countries. The silhouette of the bottle of Tío Pepe became popular in 1935 when […]

Koh Samui is a spectacular tourist destination

Koh Samui isn’t just another beach paradise. It is a spectacular island with impressive attractions, splendid sceneries, amazing temples and unique culture. To experience the best of Koh Samui you got to lean towards the lower side of the scale where you will discover a charming ambience and breath-taking natural wonders. The Elephant Rock Between […]

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