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Los Alemanes, visitantes numero uno en Nicaragua Post pic

Los Alemanes, visitantes numero uno en Nicaragua.

Los alemanes son los turistas europeos que más visitan Nicaragua. El año pasado sumaron 15,000 y un experto alemán, Andreas Gross, reconoce varias cualidades en este país centroamericano, como la seguridad, una mejor infraestructura y la población. En el lado opuesto, comenta Gross, presidente de la Asociación LateinAmerika, que representa a diversas turoperadoras de alto […]

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Sun refugee finds sunny Croatia Post pic

Sun Refugee finds sunny Croatia.

Consider enjoying a summer in sunny Croatia, this extraordinary prospect should be on everyone’s bucket list. The idyllic island of Croatia has something for all worldwide travelers, including great seafood for a gourmet palate, horseback riding, swimming, snorkeling, diving, sight-seeing, these and many more all-encompassing adventures are intended for the thrill seekers and outdoor enthusiasts. […]

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Most Charming Medieval Towns in France Post pic

Most Charming Medieval Towns in France.

The Medieval period in France was the time when Paris was declared a capital and the French people and their country developed their national identity. Moreover, this was a great time for artists and writers. There were downfalls and tragedies, like the Black Death epidemic, as well. However, the remains of these amazing and eventful […]

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Can you place the Comoros Islands on a map

Can you place the Comoro Islands on a map?

This little known archipelago located off the south-east coast of Africa to the east of Mozambique and north-west of Madagascar. Annexed by the French over the course of the 19th century, three of the islands – Grande Comore, Mohéli and Anjouan – obtained independence in 1975; Mayotte, the fourth island, has remained a French territory. […]

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Travel pick up lines!. vol.4

We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next, to find ourselves. We travel to open our hearts and eyes and learn more about the world than our newspapers will accommodate. We travel to bring what little we can, in our ignorance and knowledge, to those parts of the globe whose riches are differently […]

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