Entries by Victor Zamorano

What to see in Amsterdam besides the canals?

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos What to see in Amsterdam besides the canals, the coffee shops, and the red-light district, we want to say… Because Amsterdam goes far beyond (although not badly) the three canals in the center, the places of soft drugs consumption and legal prostitution. Yes, those three are powerful attractions, no doubt about it. But, either because […]

Experience the real Cuba in La Habana Vieja

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos So, you’re going to La Habana? That’s a great idea! If this is your first visit, the Habana personality will captivate you forever, I’m sure. La Habana Vieja is where that essence is concentrated. Going up and down is the first thing you have to do in La Habana. La Habana (and Cuba in general) […]

Travel photography: 5 tricks that don’t fail

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos Travel and photography make an excellent couple, you already know. The trips give us ideal moments to find landscapes, situations, inspiring people and those we are not familiar with. In fact, travel photography itself is a subgenre of photography. Although it’s not your artistic vocation that drives you to pull the shutter and filters with […]

10 Tips for Travelling Alone

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Tiempo de lectura: 5 minutos November 11 is World Bachelor Day (congratulations to the lucky ones!) and that has reminded us that more and more people are travelling alone every day. Looking for some tips for travelling alone? Before we start handing out advice left and right, we have to think about why a person is travelling alone. In order […]

El Caminito of the La Boca neighborhood in Buenos Aires

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos The neighbourhood of La Boca is one of the main attractions of Buenos Aires; if you are travelling or passing through the Argentine capital and wondering what to see in Buenos Aires in two days, t is difficult to miss this emblematic enclave in the south of the city. And, above all, El Caminito. El […]

Where to eat the best Peruvian food in Lima

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos Lima is a beautiful city with an exceptional architectural heritage, remarkable natural landscapes and a vibrant cultural life. You are probably already aware of all this, but… do you know where to eat in Lima? Do you know the typical gastronomy of the area? That’s what we’re going to talk to you about in this […]

What cities to visit using Interrail: Europe at your feet!

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos It was 1999 (yes millenials, last century, what happened) when I took my first Interrail. It was one of those experiences that imprints a personality. Regardless of your travelling style, there’s something special about the way you cover miles and miles of moorland, towns and cities using Interrail. That summer Gemma, Marisa, Ivan and I […]

What to see in Buenos Aires in two days

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Tiempo de lectura: 5 minutos Maybe you’re doing a tour of Latin America or you’re on a stopover on your way to Patagonia, or… well, whatever it is, if you’re in Buenos Aires you have to take advantage of the opportunity. You can’t let it pass by, there’s so much to see in Buenos Aires that… Sometimes we see Buenos […]

The magical night of Sant Joan in Menorca

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos Haven’t you heard of the festivities of Sant Joan in Menorca? It is one of those patron saint festivities where roots, spectacularity and fun go hand in hand to generate unique moments, those not to be missed. Combining tradition and emotion, apparent simplicity and deep meanings, rustic roots and a captivating style, the festivities of Sant Joan de Ciutadella are to Menorca […]

The Jameos del Agua and their magical nights

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Tiempo de lectura: 5 minutos I must confess that until I went there for the first time to visit a friend in Lanzarote (in 2002) I had never heard of the Jameos del Agua. Once you’ve been there and learned a little about their origin and transformation, you won’t believe that not everyone knows about them. Site of scientific interest, […]

The Geria in Lanzarote and its impressive wine

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos Are the gardens from another planet? Do the craters contain green lava? Is it a conceptual artist’s project? No, it is the Geria, Lanzarote, one of those chosen places where nature and man’s hand have agreed to forge a beauty. An excursion to the Geria is a perfect experience for wine lovers, but not only […]

Scuba diving in the Canary Islands: The island of El Hierro

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos For those of you whose holidays go beyond sunbathing on the beach and are looking for more active tourism, scuba diving in the Canary Islands has become an almost compulsory activity on any visit to the islands. The archipelago contains a number of exceptional sites on virtually every island, either because of the wealth of […]

Calender in Mallorca: the most important events

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos Normally travellers visit Mallorca seduced beforehand by its incredible beaches, its architectural heritage, its gastronomic richness… About all this and much more that we have spoken about in the previous posts in our blog, from 6 places you might not know to what to do in Mallorca if it rains. But, in addition, the largest […]

El Hierro: Home of the tropical pineapple

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Tiempo de lectura: 4 minutos Today we’re here to talk about pineapple. Not the pineapple of the pine tree nor of a very united group of people, nor of the one that I am getting by being funny, no, but of the tropical pineapple. Ananas comosus, wow. The one, the one that’s so good. The one that can be found […]

Guachinches: Canarian food in Tenerife

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Tiempo de lectura: 5 minutos Those of you who have read other posts on our blog will already know that for us food is one of the safest and most direct ways to get into the culture of the place we are visiting. In Tenerife, the local culture goes through the guachinches. It is clear that Tenerife is home to […]