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  • Nevado de Colima Volcano National Park

    Lately we hear of some American volcanoes that begin to have some activity. It is not surprising that one is always scaring us. In Mexican lands we find Nevado de Colima Volcano National Park, in the State of Michoacán (yes, where Paricutin volcano erupted in 1943 and spent nine years releasing lava and ash). We found in this

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  • Leeds City Museum | Six free galleries in the city centre

    You know that Leeds, in the UK, is a jovial, fun and modern city where you can find plenty of options for fun, shopping and fill your stomach with the many dining options offered. Also, Leeds is a city that offers culture in the form of museums. And there’s one in particular that has fascinated us, the Leeds

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  • Montagnola Park | History and rest in Bolonia

    Montagnola Park in Bologna (Parco o Giardini della Montagnola) is a park near the center of the city whose trees give us a break and where we can enjoy a friendly atmosphere. Meeting point, a place to walk, run and play sports, stage for concerts and performances or nerve centre of several protests and demonstrations, the

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  • The wild west coast of New Zealand

    The west coast of New Zealand is one of those places that are etched in our minds. When you visit New Zealand, it’s definitely recommended to pay close attention to this coast for how amazing it is. When you plan a trip you always end up looking at the most popular spots to get an

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  • 3 top tips to fight airport boredom

    Surviving the sheer boredom of an airport is like trying to stop yourself yawning during a PowerPoint presentation on bus timetables. These purgatorial flight hubs (generally speaking) have the personality of a zombie and fluorescent lighting that will make you look vampire-pale before your flight arrives. Indeed, a large number of people would count flight

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  • If you want to see the future you have to travel to Little Diomede Island

    Diomede islands are in the Bering Strait. They are also separated by about four kilometers away. But the most interesting fact about them is that approximately in the middle of this separation distance it runs the international line for the date change, an imaginary line on the surface of the Earth passing through the Pacific Ocean and coincident with

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  • The Simpsons | Actual size Springfield in Los Angeles

    There have always been many speculations about where the city of Springfield, in which the characters of ‘The Simpsons’ are living, is located, as its name corresponds to many towns throughout the United States. Their scripwriters have included many jokes about it and although in 2012 Matt Groening (creator of the series) confessed he was inspired

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  • The spa city built on an oasis in the Peruvian desert

    For several centuries, the inhabitants of the southern coast of Peru lived alongside a desert, cornered between the Pacific Ocean and the dunes that separated them from the arid inmensity. However, at some point they discovered that, a few more than five kilometers from the coast, there was an oasis… And what is more, in the

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  • Thailand | Idyllic Phang Nga Bay

    This part of the planet located in Thailand is considered as one of the most beautiful retreats in the world. A deserved reputation thanks to its calcareous ridges -cut by erosion-, its natural caves, the fissures that give a striking appearance to the area, an abundant tropical vegetation -besides the mangrove swamps- and the blue waters of the bay.

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