West Sikkim, Yuxum. First touch
So, I'm in Sikkim! The border greeted us joyfully - smiling military men, quick registration of passports and an additional stamp, photos for memory. But the problems started with the…

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Impressions of traveling to Myanmar
When arriving in Myanmar, for some reason you immediately plunge into an unconcerned unconcern. This is similar to when you find yourself in the country after the working week. Thoughts…

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La Paz Tour
Las Paz or Nuestra Señora de la Paz since 1898 is the de facto capital of the state and the administrative center of the department of the same name. Located…

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Argentina. Iguazu Falls

At seventeen hours drive from Buenos Aires, on the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, are the majestic jungle. They were inhabited by Guarani – the indigenous Indians.

Reference. The indigenous people, namely the Guarani Indians still live in these places. Guarani is considered the ethnic community of Paraguay, where the second language is still Guarani, even the currency in Paraguay is called Guarani. Continue reading

Bhutan Tourism
The annual report of the Tourist Board of Bhutan presented statistical figures for 2011 and recorded the largest increase in foreign tourists. 64,028 tourists visited the Kingdom of Bhutan last…

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ATHENS: FASTER, ABOVE, STRONGER
 Athens is the oldest capital of Europe. Here is the beginning of our civilization, the birthplace of democracy, the origins of philosophy. But among the orange groves, broken columns and…

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Bayon, the last temple of the empire
I suddenly shuddered from an incomprehensible fright, noticing a huge immovable smile falling down from a height on me ... then another smile, from the bottom, on the other side…

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Preh Vihea, Mount of the Holy Monastery
In 2008, the territorial conflict between Cambodia and Thailand flared up and is still smoldering. The subject of the dispute was the territory of the Temple of Preh Vihea, located…

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