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Buddha's birthday

A few days ago the Buddha's birthday or the enlightened one was celebrated worldwide. This day is called Vesak. Siddhartha Gautama, after becoming aware of realities such as disease, old age and death, headed for enlightenment. To achieve his search he abandoned everything; He had to walk alone, wearing a robe and according to the teachings of his teachers, he shook his head starting his way through Asia from his native Nepal.
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Trip to the Alcarria: Torija

There are people who like to write. Then you have others who manage to publish one or more books. On a higher level are writers who manage to live - or survive - of their trade and talent. Finally, in the literary stratosphere, there are a few chosen: the winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature.
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Monumental heritage and exquisite hams in Llerena (Badajoz)

Altarpiece church of Santiago It is one of the shocking paradoxes of this traveling. You grab your backpack and you go thousands of kilometers from home to discover exotic places, but then you have to answer - with a voice left and looking down at the ground - with a “is that that place I do not know him”, every time they ask you for a city, town or natural site of your own country.
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London images at night

[Nggallery id = 26] He invited you to fly over the city of London at night with Jason Hawkes, a renowned London photographer, who offers us this amazing collection of images taken from the dark skies of the British capital. Through its objective we will travel through Westminster, London Eye, St. Paul's Cathedral, Waterloo Station, Regent's street disguised in the colors of Christmas, Chelsea Field, the Tower of London and many other places in this fascinating capital European
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Friendly Rentals interview

The friends - and never better said - of Friendly Rentals have given me a small interview where they are interested in the beginnings of Viajablog and the personal secrets of the city where I now live: Barcelona. They are many and I could only sum them up in three. You can watch the interview in the original source: Friendly Rentals.
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The most populated cities in Africa

When writing about the most populated cities in Africa, I remember that when I see a map of the world, my gaze automatically turns to the African continent. Within my traveling experience, I left Africa for last, as that delicious dessert that you want to preserve to delight with it with all the time in the world.
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