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From Soho to Covent Garden. London

Near SOHO, the Chaclan pub has been serving drinks since 1898,  the Argyll Arms has beautiful ceilings and interior. It is not unusual to start a post about London talking about pubs. I don’t drink beer, but I can’t resist entering all the ones I find in my walks, which are many.  I also don’t […]

Holborn & Temple. London.

London gives the opportunity to write many posts. It has been a long time since I took you down its streets where I have wandered a lot lately, so I am going to divide them into several posts, get ready for an invasion of names and places.  I’ll start in Holborn, where the Dickens Museum […]

Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a small city. I already took you through its most iconic and historical places, since this is where the country was born. Today we will visit some beautiful corners, and others a little more “macabre”. Will you join me to continue discovering Philly, the city of brotherly love?  I start in the small […]

Autumnal & literary Buenos Aires.

I walk out of the small airport located in the centre and find it’s raining cats and dogs. I decide to queue for a taxi, they have a very handy QR where you can see how much the ride to your destination will cost you. When I arrive at the hotel, I leave my things […]

Perito Moreno. Argentinian Patagonia.

I arrive at my hotel in Buenos Aires, leave my suitcase and go to Florida Street to exchange money. My flight departs this afternoon from Aeroparque, the small airport near downtown BA. I have my mountaineering gear, boots, warm clothes and thermos bottle ready and I’m set to go and admire one of the most […]

A day in Santiago de Chile.

It had been 19 years since I had set foot in Santiago, I came once to celebrate my birthday with my friend Pilar, and it was time to go back. After enriching myself with my visit to the north we finally met, and as if it were yesterday, we didn’t stop talking for more than […]

Atacama Desert part 3. Chile

Hello again, let’s continue with the tours around Atacama that I am enjoying so much. The places and guides are wonderful and my travel companions fantastic, they recommend the night one, I do not know very well what I will see there, but they speak wonders of it, so after the first tour I book […]

Atacama Desert part 2. Chile.

Today I get up early, I have some tours planned and I am very excited. I have breakfast and prepare my backpack with water, put on sunscreen, hiking boots, warm clothes, sunglasses and my inseparable hat. They are all essentials, Atacama extends for 105,000 km and is the driest place on earth so it is […]

San Pedro of Atacama. Chile.

I haven’t set foot in Chile for 19 years, I’ve arrived in Santiago and I’m waiting for my flight with Latam to Calama. I am so excited. Two hours of surfing oceans of air over the Andes. How beautiful it is, today a window seat is worth it to admire the mountain range where the […]

Palma, small and divine.

One of my first ever posts when I created my blog was about the city where I was born, in fact, I published it on April 2nd, my birthday. I have been updating it. I did not want to leave anything nice untold, but it was becoming a bit long, so I created this other […]

Mis viajes alrededor del mundo siempre acompañados de un buen libro. My travels around the world always accompanied by a good book.