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Fast food in Holland

Fast food or fast food in Holland is deeply rooted in society. We could even say that fritanga and various sauces are strongly introduced into the veins of the Dutch. In the southern part of the country they still retain French ways and style but in the rest of the country eating is what you least think of when you go out for a drink.
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Winners of the “Look for me where the dragon trees are born” contest

Let's put a smile on the face of a couple of our readers. A few weeks ago we launched a contest to give away two copies of the book "Look for me where the dragon trees are born", the first novel by the writer and journalist Enma Lira. The geographical framework of this story of intrigue and love is the island of Tenerife and on that we rely on our raffle.
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Budget to travel to Sri Lanka (II)

I continue here the article whose first part was published last week on the budget to travel to Sri Lanka and I conclude it with Food, Communications and Tickets (to Parks, etc.) Food Here I have to make a couple of details. On the one hand, an undercooked steak does not appeal to me, but quite the opposite (that is, I am much less carnivorous than most of my friends) and I prefer to eat with the locals, in local restaurants, and with food ... local.
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Steripen: Portable Water Purifier

I have always been from classical school with regard to water purifiers. A couple of drops of tincture of iodine and in half an hour you already have dead microbes. Taste is not the best, no doubt, but it does the job and its price is minimal. In any case, a multitude of products come out on the market that help the taste of water improve and you don't have to wait so long to drink.
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Local currencies

In my travels around the world, I have the fondness of keeping local notes and coins as a souvenir (also coasters, but that's another story) that have colors, shapes and languages ​​foreign to those that daily pass from my pocket to that of merchants in Ireland or Spain From the most common pesos, soles, dollars, pounds, Bolivians, rails, crowns, yuan, rupees, bahts, ringgits and dongs, to the less common tugrits, patacas and kyats, I have managed to gather a small and heterogeneous collection of a lot of weight and Not too much value.
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