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Anyone who lacks ideas to find a new destiny to which the tooth is driven is that it lives in the inopia. Through the multiple travel blogs that exist in the network we find lots of proposals and ideas to prepare our next getaways. If you do not travel it will be due to personal circumstances or because you have the bank account with more negatives than a photographer of the seventies but do not tell me that it will be for lack of ideas.
Sao Tome and Principe
For example, Inés recently returned from a trip to the island of Sao Tome and Principe. He got a prize and he enjoyed it. Do you know where he is? Aim and you will fail. Apparently, if people do not pull wikipedia, there is no way to locate the country. It is what emerges from a study with the objective of assessing the geography knowledge of the staff and Sao Tome and Principe appeared as the fifth country by the tail. There is that.
Well, São Tomé and Príncipe is located in the Gulf of Guinea - Atlantic at times? - It is an island more or less close to the coast of Gabon and Cameroon, now? Inés recounts her experiences Portuguese is spoken on this island because of its colonial past and reading its stories and observing its photos, it certainly seems a very interesting destination to consider for future getaways.
Carmen Teira already knows that India is chaotic, it smells, it hits you as soon as you arrive at the airport and despairs on many occasions but nevertheless Carmen repeats and she will surely repeat in the future. India is special and generates adherents or detractors. Ask David what he thinks of India and he will put you in the spiritual country of the thousand gods and the Saris, a fine Filipino.
Carmen instead has a special devotion and feels comfortable in the streets of Delhi where he tells us his (re) impressions of India. Of course, experienced as she is, it has taken another four days to acclimatize to the roar of India.
Haro, La Rioja
If you are looking for a closer destination, maybe the recommendation of Roser Goula What do you write on your blog? Semper Viaggiando. This traveler brings us closer to the town of Haro in La Rioja where he enjoyed the excellent wine of the area, cycling routes through natural landscapes that ooze tranquility and visits to beautiful medieval towns such as Briones or Briñas.
The best cities in South America
Paco Nadal, an experienced travel journalist who needs no introduction, wonders what are his favorite cities in South America. Experience is not lacking and after dozens of times in which Latin American territory has set foot, debate between Rio de Janeiro, Bogotá and Buenos Aires. Desgrana the best of each of them in this article and perhaps you can convince him with good arguments to finally decide between one of them.