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The trips of 2015: Viajablog does not stop traveling

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When we close the year, it is already a usual practice to look back, dust your backpack and some amenity that has been hidden behind the curtain of the suitcase and review the trips that the year has given us. We have had everything and certainly among the four editors we have stepped on the five continents. Without a doubt, traveling is our passion but the most difficult of all is being able to stay somewhere on the planet together and see each other's faces away from social networks and hundreds of emails for weeks. Let's see if this year we get it!

David

Living the Dusseldorf Carnival

David The year began as a Spanish spokeswoman before our friend, Chancellor Merkel. Visited the historic, alternative and vibrant Berlin in January, before discovering and attesting that the Germans know how to have a good party like nobody else. He Düsseldorf Carnival He is one of the best in Europe and our special envoy had a great time participating in the main parade dressed as Minion.

When he returned to Spain he said goodbye to winter in bicycle under the Segovian sun. He enjoyed the medieval villas of Pedraza and La Granja, Segovia And of course, the tasty cuisine of the area.

In March he fulfilled one of his African dreams he planned for a few years: tour Ethiopia with backpack piggyback.

It was four weeks in deep Africa. Ethiopia is the only African country that was ever colonized. The chaotic capital, Addis Ababa, the arid Simien mountains, the Dodola greens, The mythical Tana lake and Bahir Dar, Lake Awassa, the Rastafarian Shashemene and the royal Gondar, with its 17th-century castles. An unforgettable experience, especially for the people he met there.

With just enough time to wash clothes and disinfect the backpack of the many fleas that he illegally introduced in Spain, he set sail for Mexico to enjoy luxury and the Caribbean waters a couple of days in Cancun and then discover the beauty Guanajuato. Fiesta, colorful villages and canteens that caught him.

San Vigilio, on Lake Garda

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