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Climbing Mount Popa of Myanmar (the real one)

After five years working as a tour guide in Myanmar, I have written about almost all the places I have visited there (both as a guide and as a backpacker). However, I still had the Mount Popa area in the inkwell, one of Myanmar's most sacred places for Burmese. And it is that when you read about the religious history of Myanmar, you realize that, as in so many other places in the world, it is based on a syncretism born at the time of the great Burmese empire, built by the great king Anawratha.
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Visit to Nice: where red merges with blue

The colors of Masséna Square in Nice After contemplating the stunning views of Monaco from Le Turbie, we set out to visit the city of Nice. This time we take the highway and in a few minutes we reach the city center. To save time we headed to a central parking lot and parked in the same Masséna square.
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Visiting Xián

Xian is a city brimming with history and culture since it was, for many years of the imperial stage, the capital of China. We arrived in Xian from Beijing, after spending 13 hours on a train, in our first class compartment. It is the first time in my life that I travel in any kind of first class of something and the truth is that it was great.
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Life in the Surf House of Calima in Lanzarote

Atmosphere with the family in the Surf House of Calima Surf A few months ago I wrote an article in which I told you my great experience surfing in Caleta de Famara, one of the most beautiful beaches in Lanzarote. The guys from Calima Surf invited us to try their facilities and we received a one-week surfing course that left us totally hooked for the rest of our lives.
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Sergi

We are what we do, above all, what we do to change how we are. Where are you right now? In Dublin What is your favorite city? Barcelona, ​​Buenos Aires and Sydney. What is the most shocking place you've been? Goa Bathing on the beach surrounded by cows cost me to assimilate ... The strangest place where you slept?
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Answering questions about the Trekking to Everest Base Camp

In reference to the Trekking to Everest Base Camp that I did a few years ago in Nepal I receive emails periodically asking for all kinds of details about it. People need to control well how many days they will need to do the trekking in advance, what is the technical level of the crossing and what material is necessary to take from home among other things.
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