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Trip to Rovinj

The Istrian region comprises a series of coastal villages that offer good plans for daily excursions, relax, enjoy nature and deepen the knowledge of the history of the Old Continent. Rovinj has only about 15,000 inhabitants and was built on an island by tribes before Roman rule.
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Accommodation in Quito

Reading the information we had about Quito in our 2006 guide, we decided to stay in the historic downtown area. According to Lonely, the area with the highest number of backpackers hostels was the Mariscal but they did not advise it due to the high danger index even during the daytime hours of weekends.
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The country where you live best: Iceland

Isolation, cold, hostile nature. The Icelanders have faced their problems; Today they are the happiest human beings, and their country, it seems, is the place where they live best in the world. The highest birth rate in Europe + the highest divorce rate + the highest percentage of women working outside the home = the best country in the world to live.
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Machu Picchu harmed by tourism

When I made the Inca Trail just over 4 years ago, there were still no talk about the waiting lists that now seem to be the most common when booking your position in one of the groups that will cross valleys and mountains of a landscape of indescribable beauty to reach the hidden city of the powerful Incas, Machu Picchu.
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Budget to travel to Sri Lanka (II)

I continue here the article whose first part was published last week on the budget to travel to Sri Lanka and I conclude it with Food, Communications and Tickets (to Parks, etc.) Food Here I have to make a couple of details. On the one hand, an undercooked steak does not appeal to me, but quite the opposite (that is, I am much less carnivorous than most of my friends) and I prefer to eat with the locals, in local restaurants, and with food ... local.
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Traveling in South America

Hello everyone! Here we are again following the game of riddles. Yesterday our dear Chui (thanks for subscribing to Viajablog by the way) gave a master lesson on how to find out where Steve Irwin's picture was taken, but today we are not going to make it so easy. Could you tell me where the photo you see above was taken?
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