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About yellow fever in Brazil

Lately the press - both American and Spanish - has been talking and confusing the traveler about certain possible yellow fever outbreaks in Brazil in recent weeks. If you plan to travel to Brazil I advise you to take a look at the article collected on a trip to Brazil where you analyze the reality of the case through reliable sources of information.
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Image of the day: Iguazu Falls

When today I am at work sitting at the screen of my computer and I look out the window and I only see the buildings of the financial center of Dublin, I try to teleport - even if only mentally - to those beautiful places that I visited during my travels. One of those places to which I travel regularly is the Iguazu Falls, located on the shared border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.
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To fall asleep on your trip

There are people who are able to fall asleep anywhere and under any circumstances. It does not matter if there are people talking, that the armchair of the plane, train or bus is uncomfortable, that it is infernally hot or, in the extreme case of my friend Paco, the car is going through the epicenter of an earthquake of intensity 9.
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Final impressions on Malaysia

Perhentian Island The tourist competition for Malaysia is really tough with Thailand as a neighbor. When people talk about the beaches, parties and scuba diving in Southeast Asia, they usually refer to some somewhat Thai Koh. Malaysia for me is very underrated as a tourist destination.
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The adventure of the Dakar

For many, the name of El Lago Rosa will mean nothing, Lisbon will be the capital of our neighboring country and Dakar will be the capital of an African country that will have a hard time remembering the name and let's not talk about placing it on a map. Since I was 11 years old and until I left Spain, I didn't miss even one of the summaries they used to give in the 2 on the rally - at that time - Paris-Dakar.
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Rancheras, tequila and quesadillas on the trajineras of Xoximilco in Cancun

About to begin the tour in our trajinera (Photo (C) Xoximilco) The tourist attraction of Xoximilco, after years of success in Mexico City, has also been implanted in the Cancun area. It was there that we were lucky to enjoy it a couple of weeks ago. To tell you what the subject is about, you should familiarize yourself with a couple of terms: Trajinera If you search for this word on Wikipedia you will find the following entry: “The trajinera is a type of boat for the transport of 10 to 25 people and use in calm waters and little deep, with a strut not exceeding 30 cm and a 3m sleeve, which moves by means of poles supported at the bottom of the body of water in which it travels ”.
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