Article participating in the Viajablog story contest. Written by Sophisma. Goooooooooooooool! The summer terraces, infested with immigrants of origin, roots or Hispanic sentiment cheered the Spanish football triumph, twinned with the native Islanders who, after a quarter of a century, had transformed the quarrels born from twelve to one into the mythical Spain- Malt.
Last Sunday, while resting after arriving from my last days of vacation in Alicante, I was looking at websites here and there and, really, I don't remember well in which I found this announcement so interesting. If you are still a student - those wonderful years - of one of the Universities of the Spanish geography - regardless of the race - Bancaja offers you the opportunity to embark on an 11-day adventure that will take you to Peru to learn the secrets of the Inca world, live with indigenous Uros communities of Lake Titicaca, discuss with Peruvian university students, learn about Machu Picchu or witness the reconstruction work in the area affected by the terrible earthquake that occurred a few months ago.
The anti-mosquito war kit that I took on this trip occasion Since a recent trip to Venezuela where I ended up defeated by mosquitoes, my last trips to tropical countries have become a crusade against these bugs sucks blood. On that occasion, walking along the beaches of Chichiriviche and the Los Roques Islands, I became a safe dart for mosquitoes at any time of the day.
The earthquake in Peru has been the worst on Earth since the last 50 years. The epicenter was about 60 kilometers off the coast of Ica, about 200 kilometers from Lima. Two consecutive earthquakes - one of 8 and the other of 7.6 on the Richter scale - ravaged southern Peru entirely that in just two minutes destroyed the cities of Ica and Pisco and their surroundings almost completely.
A couple of weeks ago I was proposed to go on a trip in which I was going to serve as a guinea pig to try a new concept that was aimed at a hotel complex in Torrecaballeros, a small town in the province of Segovia. The El Rancho de la Aldegüela estate has joined forces with the Spanish company Bikefriendly to adapt its already excellent facilities to the needs of cyclists who come to explore this beautiful part of the Castilian-Leonese region.
The Bole district, where Addis Ababa airport is located. Photo (C) David Escribano It happened to me when I got off the plane that took me to Cape Town on my first African adventure of 2013. As I descended the ladder of the Ethiopian Airlines device that had brought us from Madrid to Addis Ababa, I felt like African air got into my lungs and filled me with energy.