Temples of Cambodia: Sambir Prey Kook, the pre-Angkor capital
The enormous popularity of Angkor, which is actively advertised throughout the world by the authorities of Cambodia and the word of mouth of tourists, inevitably pushes the pre-Angkor period of…

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Machu Picchu
The next day foreshadowed us no less exciting impressions - a trip to Machu Picchu on one of the narrowest narrow gauge railways in the world (the width of the…

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Gardens and landscapes of Georgia
The Georgian land begins, as is known, from the Kremlin. The city fortress in Tbilisi is called Narikala. It “stands as a memory of old, hard days” (from the song…

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Santiago

If you are going to visit the countries of Latin America, then Spanish will be very useful to you, because there is no other way in this continent. And if you do not speak this language, then take a phrase book with you.
Chile – a strip of land sandwiched between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean. In 1541, the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Valdivia founded the city of Santiago. Settlement of fifty people from adventure seekers and thugs. Continue reading

Monsoons in the Himalayas. Sikkim, India
Sikkim is the mountains that fascinate with their beauty, the sanctity of the monasteries, the places shrouded in peace and secrets, where legends and life intertwine with each other, forming…

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HOW TO TRAVEL BY AUTO STOP
You hitchhike a lot. What attracts you to this option besides cheap? Cheap hitchhiking is a wrong concept. Hitchhiking is not a way to save money, but an opportunity for…

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Machu Picchu
The next day foreshadowed us no less exciting impressions - a trip to Machu Picchu on one of the narrowest narrow gauge railways in the world (the width of the…

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Easter Island
>At the airport, we warmly said goodbye to Juan and flew to Lima. Paradox, but the flight instead of the planned two hours took a little more than an hour.…

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