Costa de Villajoyosa It usually happens in this life of a traveler (or tourist, or whatever you want to call it) that one ends up knowing very well distant sites and being totally unaware of the beauties that are a few kilometers away from home. Is my case. If you ask me for advice on a trip through Mozambique, any country in South America or the remote New Zealand, I will be able to trace a route, recommend hidden places of tourism, how to move around the country, where and what to eat, etc.
Beach in Grand Cayman, cruising at the MSC Opera for the Caribbean Yes, reader friend, the year 2017 is over and I'm sure you're thinking about your purposes for the year 2018 right? I am also (almost) sure that you will be remembering what you did for these same dates last year. Since you are reading this article in a travel blog, I think that among your purposes there was more travel and one of the things that encourages us are the recommendations of other travelers.
Playa Dispensa on Espiritu Santo Island The French explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau put on the international map the wonders that hide in the depths of the Sea of Cortez. He baptized this sea with some words that any submarine worth his salt would be unable to ignore: "the largest natural aquarium in the world."
Beach in Cabo Pulmo National Park, Baja California, Mexico If on your trip you want to avoid as much as possible the environmental impact you are leaving along the way, one of the fundamental practices focuses on the use of water and different techniques to convert water into drinking.
We had been in Thailand for almost a month. Too much tourist for my fine nose. We decided to rent a motorcycle and make a route through the north; First destination Mae Sariang. Apparently there we will find the traditional life of Thailand, with peasants in their day to day and little tourism. We want to walk, get lost in nature.
The Northern Lights is a strange natural phenomenon that we can usually observe at the extreme poles of our planet. In the north pole they call it Boreal while in the south they call it Polar. It is a surprising change in the hues of the sky. As if a crazy painter began to paint the sky with a huge brush of impossible colors.