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A Tuk Tuk never says no to a customer

The usual thing if you go to a restaurant and ask for a dish that they don't have, is that you have no other options but to change your plate or restaurant. But that does not happen if you are in Asia, where you most likely send someone to the store to find the necessary ingredients or, without cutting the slightest, to go to the restaurant next door to bring it.
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Ilha Grande: tips on how to get and find accommodation

Only two hours from the great city of Rio de Janeiro is a paradise for those who make us dream of lives without working, enjoying white sand beaches and tropical vegetation while we contemplate the passing of the minutes without having to ask ourselves what we have to do later, without agendas and without appointments.
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Iberia will charge for the second suitcase on long-haul flights

Just four months ago we commented on the news that Iberia could start charging for checking in luggage, a policy used by less traditional airlines (and some, such as Aer Lingus, which one day were). Today I read that the Spanish company has opted for an intermediate path between not charging for luggage or starting to do it: the first suitcase (up to 23 kg) is free, the second must be paid on transatlantic flights and to Johannesburg.
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Caravan to travel in green

If you like the theme of caravans, you have money to spend and you are worried about the warming of the planet, the Westfalia Verder light caravan will delight you in a while. This green caravan is a hybrid - it works with diesel and solar energy - that will have an intelligent solar panel system.
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Guide to live the Bonfires of Alicante and not die trying

I've been to San Fermín de Pamplona, ​​the Fallas de Valencia, San Isidro in Madrid, the Fiestas de la Barrio de Gracia in Barcelona, ​​the Harvest Festival in Mendoza (Argentina), San Patricio in Dublin, New Year's Eve in Sydney ... And many others Parties in the world. Well, call me a villager or moored to my land, but none surpasses the mythical Bonfires of San Juan de Alicante.
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