Recommended Interesting Articles

Travels

Travel to Peru: the journey begins ... without backpack

Twenty hours of flight must be taken with philosophy. It should even wake up with a slight hangover and have slept rather little to make the day more bearable. At nine in the morning I left Barcelona with Iberia for Caracas. Then a flight with LAN would finally leave me in Lima.
Read More
Travels

The 5 best places in the world for a good spree

Upload that I take you Today I ride the Delorean and I will tell you where I hit the best parties during my 1 year trip around the world. Some time has passed, but from what I have heard from other travelers who have been there recently, the atmosphere and messing around in those places is still huge.
Read More
Travels

Of pintxos and drinks by Vitoria

Vitoria offers you a wide variety of pintxos. This is the atmosphere of Sagartoki on Saturday night. I am one of those who think that, to know a city in depth, it is as necessary to know it by day as to do it when the Sun gives the prominence to the Moon. We explore the night of Vitoria to the rhythm of pintxos, wines, music and the occasional drink.
Read More
Travels

Retained in Eilat during the Sabbath

Upon entering Israel I discovered that the Sabbath really begins on Friday afternoons. It was three o'clock in the afternoon and at the Eliat station no coach was leaving. I wanted to sleep in Jerusalem that night and I had no choice but to stay in Eliat that night. Although it seems incomprehensible, on Saturday, a coach was leaving for Jerusalem at 4:30 in the afternoon.
Read More
Travels

Brooks Hotel in Dublin

During our adventure in Dublin following the steps of the whiskey route, we settled in the Brooks Hotel. The hotel is located in the central street of Drury Street just behind Dame St. and George St. The bustle of Temple Bar is suffocating during the night and in just five or ten minutes we have the most representative places in the city of Dublin: Temple Bar, Liffey, Grafton St and St Stephen Greens and Trinity College.
Read More
Travels

New Year's Eve traveling the World

And when it seems that everything is already happening, the mythical New Year's Eve arrives. New Year's Eve, that night where people rejoice to leave the year in turn and start another that will surely be much better. Because I'm worth it. Such certainty about a better future can only lead to a drunkenness of ordago. And vice versa. During my travels around the World, on a couple of occasions I was lucky to live on the last night of the year under different stars.
Read More