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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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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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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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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from the locals

Sri Lanka. Aromatic Island Tour

As soon as I got off the plane, the atmosphere of the island swallowed me up. The air is fragrant, moist, but not stifling. Solid wall of coconut trees with clusters of orange nuts under a lush crown. The crash of Tuk-Tuk’s motorcycle carriages and the sound of klaxons are numerous cars – the capital of Colombo did not notice at all my arrival. Continue reading

5 PLACES FOR TRAVELING IN JUNE
Bruges, Belgium For one summer, the capital of West Flanders will turn into a “liquid city”. Until September 16 in Bruges held triennale - an exhibition of contemporary art. The…

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Cave Temples of India
Indian civilization is one of the oldest on our planet. India keeps legends and traditions, ancient temples and places of power, and is ready to share these treasures with travelers.…

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