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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Bangkok: a tourist disappointment

What happened to me this summer in Bangkok, was nothing more than the normal consequence of when you don't have time to prepare an excursion that you hadn't even contemplated. It was a traveling error from which I learned the lesson, but I want to write about it so that no more people make it. Nor do I reproach myself, because I was tired, without time to look at anything and it was not even my idea to go to Damnoen Saduak's floating market.
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Machu Picchu will reopen on April 1

The Peruvian government minister, Martin Pérez, has announced that the jewel of the crown of tourism in Peru, Machu Picchu, will return to normal and will open its doors again from next April 1. Remember that the ruins have been closed for at least a couple of months due to the heavy rains that fell in the Cuzco area during the month of January.
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My Wonders of the World: Maui, Hawaii

From New York our friend David Lindo writes to send us a couple of photos of one of his Wonders of the World. This is Maui, one of the islands of Hawaii, specifically the second largest island in the archipelago and the third most populous. David says that if he had arrived in Hawaii when he left for the United States, he would never have stayed in New York.
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Aerlingus: Travel to Ireland at low cost

Aerlingus does not return summer vacations - if there are any days left to travel. The offer proposed by the Irish company ends on October 15 for flights between November and December. Ideal for all those with family on the emerald island or for all those who come down for Christmas to visit the family.
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Interview with Miguel Puertas, Dakar adventurer

Laia Sanz and Miguel Puertas at a time during the Dakar Rally On my trip through South America from 2008-09 I was lucky to meet -in Puerto Madryn, Argentina- Cecilio, a Granada-born kid who was taking advantage of a few days off in Argentina after being doing photographer of his brother, Miguel Puertas, motorcycle rider of the Dakar.
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Public bicycle service in Guadalajara

Public bicycles in Guadalajara As I passed through the Manchego city of Guadalajara, I could see that the city council has made available to users a bicycle rental service in the style of Paris, Lyon, Barcelona, ​​Seville, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Stockholm , Brussels, Vienna, Luxembourg and fortunately for the environment and exercise enthusiasts, the list goes on and on.
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