destinations

The 10 Best Destinations to Visit in 2018

“To travel is to live.” When they ask “Where would you like to travel?” you probably think of a million places. Whether it’s the beach, the mountain or a valley…  Seems like there’s some for everyone. The recommendations of Lonely Planet for 2018 are already here: according to the popular travel guide, destinations are more […]

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Khajuraho: The Sex Temples & the Irony of India

<a href=”https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/18975909/?claim=46kersd67qz”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> It’s no surprise that India is a VERY conservative country… About a lot of things.  India is one of the countries that, although culturally seems very open on the subject of sexuality, the minimum samples of effect in public are considered in bad taste. But, you have a bunch […]

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Puebla, the City of Angels: A Magical Destination in the Heart of Mexico

  In 2016, Puebla became the most visited colonial and business destination in the beautiful Mexico. As a perfect place to visit, it offers a lot more than good places to eat, drink and see. Puebla is by far one of the most amazing destinations in the country! (don’t get me wrong, I love my […]

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5 Jobs You Can do While Traveling

  Travel is the best thing some of us can do. It is the wish, the dream and the goal. And generally, it doesn’t happen as often as we wish it would because traveling takes time and also demands a lot of money. And well… Not all of us have a lot of money. But […]

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10 Differences You Should Know between Halloween and Day of the Dead

Many think Day of the Dead is a “Mexicanized” Halloween. And well… It could not be further from the truth. For starters, Day of the Dead is MUCH older. The reality is that there is much misinformation about these two celebrations in relation to death. Mostly, the idea of both is completely different. So, I’ve done […]

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Day of the Dead: When Mexicans invite Death into their Homes

Celebrating death?  Day of the Dead is approaching fast, and Mexico is preparing to receive this popular celebration. It is so big, that it has been declared by Unesco as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Understanding death from another perspective and even laughing at it is part of the spirit of this celebration. I’ll […]

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6 Things you Should Know about Dating a Traveler

With a nomad heart and a taste for adventure, dating a traveler is not easy at all.  They have a wider concept of the world and always have their eye set on a new destination. But don’t get me wrong… Being with someone like that is not easy, they are different people that require different […]

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6 Things you Should Know about Dating a Traveler

With a nomad heart and a taste for adventure, dating a traveler is not easy at all.  They have a wider concept of the world and always have their eye set on a new destination. But don’t get me wrong… Being with someone like that is not easy, they are different people that require different […]

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Social work & volunteering while traveling: Why it matters

Social work can encompass a multitude of concepts, themes, and ideas of great importance… At this point, I want to focus on the importance of travel as a fundamental factor for social change. As I said, IT MATTERS. Everyone loves traveling. Everybody loves new places, new faces new challenges… But how close does your traveling […]

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15 unusual phrases to trigger your wanderlust

In this post, I want to share those phrases that will make anyone want to grab a suitcase and launch all to the air and undertake a journey with – or without – destination. Traveling is a tool of self-knowledge that incorporates interpersonal knowledge, while at the same time strengthening self-esteem, survival skills (yes, if you don’t believe […]

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