This year Papanoel has arrived loaded with gifts. Among them some that has to do with one of Isaac's greatest illusions for February. Meanwhile, in one of the bags, came a plane ticket and some other "surprise" destination to ... PRAGUE !! From December 29, 2011 to January 2, 2012 we will spend another New Year's Eve and New Year away from home, in this case in the city considered by many to be the most beautiful city in Europe.
I have completely lost the sense of time. The time of day has become an expendable element of an adventure that today has taken us along the Path of the Kings to the Inuit village of Igaliku, which they say is the most beautiful population in all of Greenland. Although the best moment of the day (and possibly the whole adventure) came later.
Perhaps if I missed something these days, it has been the opportunity to get to know something more of an aboriginal people who have not only managed to adapt to the iciest climate of the planet, but their cultural synchrony with nature is impressive. We talk about the Inuits, the Eskimos of Greenland, who along with Aleutians (in Alaska) and other American Indian tribes, inhabit the northern end of the American continent in which we find ourselves.
We continue with our PREPARATIONS TO NEW YORK counted step by step, where we have advanced a lot and our itinerary is taking shape. Having chosen the things to do in New York that we most want, organizing the trip through New York neighborhoods with detailed maps and buying tickets for NBA and Rockketes among many possible events, it is time to discover the optional tours that could facilitate our adventure depending on the days we have.
Well, we are going to make the web useful again thanks to Elias, who has helped us prepare it again. This time we are going to take the sack ... to Myanmar (ex-Burma) For not changing, as in Jordan, the mobile is no longer ruin, but directly there is NO COVERAGE OR COMPANIES THAT OFFER SERVICE OR NA DE NA, so na mobile.
Imagine for a moment a truly alternative plan in Spain. One that takes you to a place where real disconnection exists to such an extent that ancestors speak to us. Where the first settlers left their vestiges in the form of paleolithic cave art caves or megalithic complexes, or where the summits of the Guriezo Valley saw the defense of a people against the most powerful Roman empire.