Yesterday, Saturday afternoon, between the arrival of my flight from Asturias (where I have been without Internet access at home for the whole week) and the departure in the direction of Dublin, I had a more than enough timeout at the airport to blur, metaphorically and electronically, a couple of pages.
We recently showed an image of our group on Flickr with the Alhambra and Avistu told us that he had Granada as a long-standing visit. Well, for our partner and everyone else who is interested in visiting Granada, the city council has taken out an interesting tourist voucher that will allow you to visit Granada in full for a very interesting discount.
I had not heard of the island of Koh Payam in my life until I spoke with a couple at the Mr Kid hostel in Hsipaw in Myanmar. They were the only foreign tourists -a part of us- in the place and we simply had the typical conversation of travelers on the road: where are you from, how long have you been traveling, where have you been, where are you going after and the recommendations of rigor If they have gone through your future route.
An interesting iPhone application has come out in the market very interesting for travelers. It is called Protector and it is not a travel guide but a list of the most important phones of the place we are going to visit: health emergencies, police, embassies and consulates, insurance, roadside assistance, phones to report theft of bank cards, etc.
After lunch, my coffee has arrived accompanied by curious information on the television news of La Sexta, the inaugural flight in the US of the first air transport company for pets only. With the name of, how could it be otherwise, Pet Airways (Airline Pets) currently only operates on American soil, between the cities of New York, Washington D.
Luxor ... The mere pronunciation of the name of this Egyptian city evokes stories of kings, mysteries, conspiracies, beautiful landscapes, the desert, the temples, the magical Nile ... And it is that Luxor is all that, but also a modern city of something more than half million people Luxor was built near the place where ancient Thebes was erected millennia ago.