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La Quebrada de HUMAHUACA, es imperdible... De una exquisitez suprema en las formas y los paisajes. Esencialmente se presenta con dos bloques serranos laterales que encierran una angosta franja del valle por donde discurre el río Grande de Jujuy con ...
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... it was still nice to splash around and the kids had an absolute ball splashing about as their opportunities to swim in northern Ghana are quite limited. Laurel and I shared a meal at the motel for dinner which was actually delicious before getting lifts ...
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... tiny town in the mountains called Purmamarca. From speaking to other travelers, I had learned that the mountains of northern Argentina were stunning, specifically known for their multi-colored appearance due to various types of sediment. I was ...
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... . The Protestant Ascendancy following WIlliam's victory saw Roman Catholics deliberately excluded from political power, and in the northern six counties around Belfast saw Protestants become the majority because of immigration from Scotland. Over the next ...
A Travel Blog entry by mradavies from Dushan'zi, XinJiang Uigar Autonomous Region, (Northern)China, China
I moved from She Kou in Guangdong Province, Southern China to Dushan'zi in XinJiang Uigar Autonomous Region, Northern China. It was a 6 hour flight from Shenzhen Airport (which is actually located just outside of Baoan) to Urumqi... which is know nas "The ...
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... considerarse como capital del norte de Argentina nos parecio una ciudad con mucho encanto y con muchas cosas para ver, especialmente la region que la rodea. Una buena manera de visitar la region es alquilar un coche durante una semana y de ahi hacer un ...
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... December and February to late June Trek Highlights •Annapurna Circuit Trek takes you to the Tibet-like country on the northern slopes of the Himalaya and the dramatic Kali Gandaki Gorge •You will be crossing a very high pass Thorung La ...
A Travel Blog entry by joshnadeau from Bushmills, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
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