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Pulemelei Mound, the cradle of Polynesia

In the most remote of the uncontrollable jungle of Savai'i in Samoa, almost completely hidden, the largest and oldest structure of Polynesia is hidden, a pyramid about 12 meters high left by the world to its forgetfulness. We rediscovered Pulemelei Mound on a trip to the origins of Polynesia.
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Madeira tours

Enjoy one of the routes along the island's slopes, a jewel for hiking enthusiasts, leaves some sequel but it seems that the team is still complete, haha. And although yesterday we discovered what makes the "Garden of the Atlantic" most famous, Madeira offers the traveler much more, especially the fan of photography and panoramic views.
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Best Tourism Blog in the "MexilOnseTuits 2014"

Although day to day has not allowed me before, I wanted to write this short review of a very special day. And on October 18 we had an appointment with the celebration of some awards that made us very excited, the MexilOnseTuits, the Social Media festival of Galicia and that despite being a young event is one of the most important in our Autonomous Community .
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Inkaterra Town in Aguas Calientes

One of our caprices of the trip to Peru 2010 will arrive in the town that gives access to Machu Picchu, Aguas Calientes. If we had to explain how we came to choose accommodation in this town, we would not even know where to start because it makes no sense. It was simply an impulse after seeing that we could fit it in the budget and that, last year, Isaac's parents came in love with him (and our old friend Joseba also came delighted).
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Santa Fe and the mystery of the endemic iguana

Dawn at any hotel (or yacht) in Galapagos Islands is equivalent to not knowing what the day will hold for you. But if every day in this underworld is a surprise, discovering that there are multiple ecosystems of isolated places, sometimes Martian, makes you feel for a few days that traveler of yesteryear who was lost in unexpected places.
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Bukhara Bazaars (and what to visit in the surroundings)

You can wander aimlessly and Bukhara will captivate you equally. Its streets, its people, its atmosphere ... It is said that before the arrival of the Russians, Bukhara housed the largest bazaar in Central Asia and welcomed more than 30,000 students. We never learn from our history and if before it was Genghis Khan and his Mongol Empire, then it would be the Russians who would be responsible for closing them.
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