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Arcades in Cusco

The main square of Cusco, Plaza de Armas, is a perfect place to spend some time on, relax and meditate. Benches in the square are surrounded by fascinating buildings. In the middle, a golden Inca […]

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Huacachina oasis and dunes

A legend says that Huacachina was created when a young hunter was peeping a beautiful princess, while she was bathing. The girl fled when she recognized him. The pool of water she had been bathing […]

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Chullpas de Silustani

Chullpas de Sillustani i.e. the Sillustani Towers are known as ancient burial places, but this theory seems to have some defects. They were built in the pre-Inca period. The enormous stones were manufactured and put […]

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Gipsy boys in Thar desert

We met with these happy boys in the middle of Thar Desert, in Rajastan, India, clos to Pakistanian border.

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Dolphin watch

Bottlenose dolphins are our favourite animals, since we watched plenty of Jacques Cousteau movies as children. We live in the heart of the continent where have no chance to meet them, so we took the […]

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Muiderslot – the touch of the Middle Ages

It had been raining for three days. Heavily. The sky was covered by grey clouds and it seemed like rain won’t stop falling anymore. This is the ideal weather for visiting museums and galleries of […]

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Chauchilla – On the land of mummies

We left Nazca and continued our journey on the Pan-American Highway. 30 minutes later we left the highway and took a few kilometres on a dirt road to reach the prehispanic Chauchilla Cemetery, famous for […]

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Dune buggies

At the Huacachina oasis we were offered a special adventure giving us an extra dose of adrenaline. We got in those special vehicles to discover the sea of sand. Drivers of these wide-tired buggies took […]

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On the top of Kilimanjaro

 

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Zaanse Schans

The Zaanse Schans is one of the highlights of the Netherlands, just outside Amsterdam. Well explain the living and working community that dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries. Windmills, barns, houses and museums and […]

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Eisriesenwelt-World of the Ice Giants

The Eisriesenwelt (“World of the Ice Giants”)  is a natural limestone ice cave close to Werfen, Austria, about 40 km south of Salzburg. The cave is inside the Hochkogel mountain of the Alps. It is the largest ice cave […]

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Nasca lines

I read a book of Däniken in my childhood. I heard about these geoglyphs first time there and the author mentioned Nasca lines and his theory about extraterrestrial origin of these. Found misterious and wished to see […]