Moais Group on Easter Island My great friend Alex is earning the gallons of captain of the collaborators - he is already captain of our group of expeditionary friends when we meet anywhere in the World - and he has sent us another article about a fascinating corner from the earth. He already enchanted us with his story about the Galapagos Islands and now it is the turn of Easter Island.
I consider myself an unconditional fan of those inventors who, from a basic need, manage to find a simple answer. When we make a getaway, either to the beach or to the mountain, we must make an inventory of the objects that we are going to take, especially if we plan to cook ourselves, if we take any pets with us and a lot of other variables .
On my trip to Karlstad and the Värmland region in Sweden I did several activities in nature, but, without a doubt, the most original and fun was riding a 2,000-kilogram wooden raft with our own hands and down 10 kilometers of River mounted on it. We spent the entire afternoon of any Tuesday to carry logs to the water and tie each other with ropes to create a magnificent raft with which neither the Greeks were going to sink.
One of Jan-Erik Ritzman's creations During our trip through the Småland region - in Sweden - we discovered beautiful landscapes, student cities, gardens where art harmonizes with flowers, magical islands or the world of Astrid Lindgren. Our penultimate stop would be different from all that and we would discover a world of glass.
A trip around the world for two people, a Sony camcorder or an iPod Touch are some of the prizes you can win through a contest organized by Hostelbookers, a website for booking accommodation for “backpackers”. The excuse behind this promotion is that a market research company specializing in travel, EyeforTravel Research, has announced that Hostelbookers is 4.2% cheaper in its rates than its most immediate competitor, after analyzing the prices of both, so to celebrate they will give away, by lottery, 50 prizes that I detail below.
Barrio de la Villa, Priego de Cordoba (C) Avistu Although deciding which is the prettiest town in Spain based on a single photograph is very tricky, I read yesterday the news that ABC newspaper readers have been quite clear and have elected as such to Priego de Córdoba, in the Subbética Cordobesa.