23 things that will make you fall in love with Perú ?>

23 things that will make you fall in love with Perú

Perú is a country full of curiosities! Specially for European citizens, we find South-America a super interesting place to visit because we will see things that are not usual in our countries. That’s the magic of culture! And there are plenty of details that make Perú special, from cultural heritage and gastronomy to people, traditions and their peculiar way of life. So here you are 23 curious things you probably didn’t know about Perú!

Planning my trip to Perú (II) ?>

Planning my trip to Perú (II)

After spending our first week in Cusco, one of the main areas in Perú, we will continue our adventure in a completely different environment: the Amazon jungle! We will leave the main Inca zone aside and discover how life in the middle of the jungle is. Not only this, we will also visit the Lake Titicaca and many other stunning places. This is how our adventure continues!

Planning my trip to Perú (I) ?>

Planning my trip to Perú (I)

Next month I will be traveling to Perú, the beautiful Inca country in South-America. This will be my longest travel until the date and I’m very excited about it! Planning a trip like this is not easy, especially because it requires A LOT of patience. Even more if it’s the first time you do it! In the next posts I will share with you which our idea of the trip is, and which things we have already booked and organized. I’m curious about comparing it with…

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Pizzaloop: how not to treat your potential clients ?>

Pizzaloop: how not to treat your potential clients

Today I come up with a different topic compared to what I usually write. A few weeks ago I was on vacation in my town and I was treated in an unfair and derogatory way by an employee at Pizzaloop, a restaurant my friends use to visit. The employee didn’t allow me to be there because of no reasonable grounds, creating an uncomfortable situation. This is not the first time I hear about this kind of behavior at work, so I want to share with you what happened to me…

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“Wild”, by Cheryl Strayed ?>

“Wild”, by Cheryl Strayed

“Wild” From lost to found on the Pacific Crest Trail Cheryl Strayed   Strayed: a. To move away from a group, deviate from a course, or escape from established limits. b. To move without a destination or purpose; wander. This weekend I finished “Wild”, a memoir by the American author Cheryl Strayed where she describes the 1,000-mile-hike on the Pacific Crest Trail that she did as a way of self-discovery. I don’t use to read this kind of books and my first impression…

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An alternative guide to Edinburgh ?>

An alternative guide to Edinburgh

When you visit a city for the first time it is very likely that you want to see the main places, streets, monuments or churches. Let’s say: the things that appear in every tourist guide. However, if there is something that can make you feel like home is knowing the real charm of the city by visiting the places that are beyond the best-known ones. This time, I’m going to show you which these places in Edinburgh are!

Spain, a country for or against change? ?>

Spain, a country for or against change?

A few days ago we the Spanish citizens were called to the polls to vote in the Government’s elections for a second time in 6 months. The reason why we had to repeat the whole process again was because the main  political Spanish parties weren’t able to agree, make pacts and take decisions in order to do what it is supposed to be their job: work for people’s wellness and the right development of the country. None of them got the absolute majority last…

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What to see in Edinburgh in a weekend ?>

What to see in Edinburgh in a weekend

In the previous post I talked about the Edinburgh Castle, the most famous place to visit in the Scottish capital city. However, if there is something that characterizes Edinburgh is that you can find historic and emblematic monuments and green parks in almost every corner. Even though it is the second most populous city in Scotland, everything is within a walking distance so it is easy to visit it in a weekend. Take note of the best-known places you can not miss in Edinburgh!

Top 10 places in the Edinburgh Castle ?>

Top 10 places in the Edinburgh Castle

The Edinburgh Castle is probably the first landmark that comes to your mind when you think of the Scottish capital city. Due to its size and the history behind it, there are plenty of things to see and the visit can easily take about 3 hours. Have you ever wondered which are the top 10 places to visit in the Edinburgh Castle and which the history behind them is?

Hiking day in Pantà de Sau ?>

Hiking day in Pantà de Sau

Barcelona is a province with plenty of things to see and do. Due to its diversity of nature, which includes mountains, forests and beaches, one of the most interesting activities to enjoy in the city and its surroundings is hiking. There are beautiful routes all over Catalonia that are suitable for all levels; the key is finding one that fits with you! At work, we organize hiking trips once a month and recently we went to Pantà de Sau, a reservoir surrounded by mountains…

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