All posts by: Anna

  “Buenos Aires is a city that needs an exclamation point after its name. And maybe all caps. BUENOS AIRES! seems to capture the city’s exuberant, exhausting, and beautiful urban buzz.”- source I’ve been to Buenos Aires a few times. No, no, it’s not enough. It’s a lovely city full...
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  • San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
My head teacher in primary school was also a geography teacher and a helpless fan of outdoors. This resulted in dragging us to climb some hills, small and big, at least once a month, including some Saturdays. It was cool, almost nobody complained if we could spend a day outside playing...
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All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. – Walt Disney. Tell me a good story about a place and I will go there. It is hard for me to refuse a little bit of magic, even if it is only in cartoon films....
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  There is so many incredible places in the world that sometimes it might be difficult to choose where to go, especially when we have limited time. I have prepared for you, my lovely readers, a few propositions where you could go this year. It is a list of some...
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Hello everyone, I hope you are having a wonderful Sunday full of adventures or a relaxing time with a good book. Whatever you are doing, I wish you lots of enjoyment. Today we got a Sunday postcard sent to us by Maritha and her husband: My husband and I quit...
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Jetting off on a truly exotic holiday often means sacrificing an eye-watering amount of time trapped on a plane, counting the hours until you can alight in paradise! Many travellers write this experience off as a necessary evil, and accept that it’s a price they’re willing to pay for a...
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  • Mallorca, Spain
When I was still in high school, I belonged to a youth association that allowed me to travel around Poland and other European places to particicpate in exchanges with young people from other countries. I made life long frendships and even now, 17 or so years later I still keep...
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I am not sure if I even mentioned it, but I was quite impressed by Argentina, its culture, food, people and obviously landscapes. I was lucky to discover many places from the north to south, but somehow I never (during the whole two years of living and traveling in South...
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When you hear stories about something more that fifty times from different people, you get to te point that you really want to find out what the fuss is about. For two years of my life in Chile and traveling around South America I have heard from many people, mostly...
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“The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.” – Sir Richard Burton   It all started when María, as always inspirational, showed me photos from her trip to Chiloé. She complained about getting totally wet on the firts day, being unprepared to the rainy...
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