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A sadhu way of salvation to Muktinath

Back after the Annapurna circuit, where recent snowstorms have taken the lives of 39 mountaineers, I met this sadhu who was on his way to Muktinath. Sadhus are Hindu ascetics. They are supposed to be in the fourth phase of the Hindu reincarnation and their modus vivendi consists in renouncing the mundane and based their life on meditating and thus finding the fundamental values ​​of our existence.
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Buy the Lonely Planet guide by chapters

Last weekend we published the results of the survey in which we asked you what was your favorite guide. The chosen one was Lonely Planet. Well, recently I found in travelvice information that I found quite interesting. In its online store, Lonely Planet offers the opportunity of the "pick & mix" where you can purchase the chapters you want from all the guides that are available.
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Travel route through southern Italy

The vineyards, the olive trees, the towns with history and the different coasts that cover the final part of the Italian boot is an ideal option for those who like to make a route by car during their holidays: the Adriatic, the Ionian and the sea Tirreno have accompanied us for two weeks on a car trip drawn independently.
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Visit to the Tayrona National Park in Colombia

Less than a week before the end of my 7 month journey through the South American continent, I already thought that few things could surprise me. The accumulation of experiences and the landscapes that I had seen had filled me so much that I barely had room for anything else in that virtual backpack that is the traveling soul.
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Accommodation in Bogotá

During my stay in Colombia as part of the trip that took me to travel the South American continent for 7 months, I spent a couple of times in Bogotá, where I would take my flight back to Europe with a backpack full of memories. The truth is that I look back now and I think it was yesterday.
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Trip to Kilkenny

With the slow but consistent improvement of the quality of Irish roads, it becomes increasingly easy to spend a different weekend on the Emerald Island. Tired of the Dublin rainy routine and pubs, last weekend we decided to rent a car to make a short break for a couple of days through several towns south of the capital, to appreciate its rain and pubs.
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