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Hotel Neven in the Rila Monastery

One of the objectives of our trip to Bulgaria has been that essential visit that we did not want to miss, the jewel of this wonderful country for us, the Rila Monastery. With this thought, we had fitted it the second day of our route but today it is not the objective of this article, since at the time we tell you in detail.
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Trip to Cuba in 13 days

Rum, mojitos, crocodile farms, history, beaches, waterfalls, paths, seawalls, keys, palates, sunsets, ... and one of the villages with the friendliest people in the world. All this awaits us in the next few days and we will tell you all the details and practical data necessary to prepare your adventure.
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León, Guanajuato on the skin

Today we have risen in León or León de los Aldama, a city known worldwide for its production of footwear and leather (hence the title "León, Guanajuato on the skin") and its spectacular International Balloon Festivals where more than 200 balloons gather air springs every year from all over the world (remember that we made a hot air balloon flight over San Miguel de Allende last day 10 of the trip).
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5 dream hotels that will make you forget your destination

From the creative team of "10 super-lodges where you can't hit the eye" and "10 anti-lodges where you don't hit the eye" (that is, Paula and Isaac, haha) arrive those dream hotels that achieve such a disconnect bubble that they will make you "forget" the destination you are in ... even if it is very worthwhile.
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Titicaca Lake

When you plan a trip, you usually want to cover as much as possible. I have never hidden that the keys we like to have a high travel rate, combined with small days to explain ourselves in certain places or in certain whims. There is one thing that makes our friends from Secuoias Juve and Ruth very funny, which is that we always tell them that we like to prepare the trips "IN-CRESCENDO", that is, leaving surprises for the end and that the trip goes to plus.
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The Kingdom of Dahomey and the route of the slaves of Ouidah

There are two sites declared World Heritage by Unesco that Benin has. It's been almost two weeks since we visited the first, the wild life of the P.N. of Pendjari and today we have reached the royal Palaces of Abomey, the legacy of the powerful kingdom of Dahomey that between 1625 and 1900 succeeded thirteen kings on the throne with an army of women soldiers, the Amazons of Dahomey but, above all, as the center of the slave trade that we all have associated with the era of European colonialism but that, however, began in these lands over there by the S.
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