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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"Bon monastery and Great Himalayan reserve"
The first day of our expedition lasted forever ... The whole group gathered at the airport in New Delhi only by 5 in the morning. From the airport we immediately…

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Sri Lanka. Notes and Tips
The land strip is rapidly approaching - here you can see houses and palm trees, waves break on the shore, and the sun is still high. A few minutes -…

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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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legendary city

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 canvas was 80 cm) was coming. Railway communication is very poorly developed in Peru. The two lines of Cusco – Machu Picchu and Cusco – Puno are used mainly for the transport of tourists. For Peruvians, prices “bite”: a trip to Machu Picchu costs between $ 180 and $ 540. Continue reading

MONTENEGRO: SLAVIC SPARTA
Montenegro is fanned by the harsh romance of the eternal struggle for liberation. From the beach lounger you will not notice this, for heroism you need to climb higher in…

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Lima - Naska
Upon arrival in Lima we had a free day, but we were not going to rest. Finding out where the gold museum is located, we decided to combine acquaintance with…

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