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The musician of the Coloured Canyon

We were walking in the Coloured Canyon, when a strange creaking sound became louder and louder. We couldn’t really imagine where did it come from, but we had a feeling that we’re just about to […]

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On the top of Kilimanjaro

 

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Arriving to Kuala Lumpur

After travelling 7,000 kilometres from Doha, flying through five time zones, now we’re landing at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. There is a huge crowd at the passport control. Everyone is patient, but some people flip […]

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Guanay loading platforms

These interesting constructions seen at Ballestas Island, used to load transport ships with guanay, the very well know fertilizer, which is mined on the island.   Due to rocky coast there isn’t natural harbour which […]

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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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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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Now this is something different!

Just about to land in the capital of Qatar. We’re going to transfer to another flight that goes directly to Kuala Lumpur. Arriving from the direction of the Persian Gulf and land on the runway […]

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Haarlem

Not to be confused with Harlem in New York, Haarlem is located on the banks of the Spaarne river in North Holland, the Netherlands, close to Amsterdam and is actually the provincial capital of North […]

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Oil Palm

We enter the freeway near the Batu caves and leave behind Kuala Lumpur. The three lane road narrows into two lanes after a long time. It’s winding as the road from Komló that goes through […]

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Candelabra of The Andes

The Candelabra of the Andes is one of the most enigmatic, prehistoric giant ground drawing (geoglyph) on the northern face of the Paracas Peninsula. Could be reached from Pisco Bay on the Peruvian coast. The figure looks […]

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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 […]