Foreword … The first time I heard it was in the (far) … Well, I do not remember the year. But at least a dozen.

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For years I wanted to go. Years in which I had heard about the city through newspapers, television or songs.

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There are few beautiful things like preparing a trip … They say! But in the concrete case, as far as I am concerned, it is often more desirable to leave than to carefully study the details needed to deal with how to travel in far-off countries. I admit.

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Foreword: I’m not a big lover’s lover. Even though I realized that in the face of a koala I was making cries similar to those of One Direction fans, I recognize my kind of indifference about animal sightings, although there are always distinctions, and above all, potential changes in ideas … But usually, I do…

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I had never seen Berlin, and perhaps because of my late visit I have really collected billions of opinions that as always go into building an image in your mind. Sometimes correct for charity, but almost always misleading since every perception, thanks God, remains subjective.

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A Banksy’s Art Work: The Dove Let’s say one thing once and for all? It says BANKSY, not Bansky. And it is clear that I will have written and said Bansky instead of Banksy for years, but before writing this post I looked at the site and verified how it was written by discovering that…

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The Israel-Palestine route runs through thousands of years of history and reserves unique glories in the world … But, as you well know, the current situation between Israel and Palestine is always very tense and needs to be noticed before preparing the path. It is compulsory to always inquire about Safe Travel and see the…

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Bethlehem written in the Basilica of the Nativity Even if you are not the Magi, you may already know that getting to Bethlehem means getting to the city where Jesus was born … Obviously, I did not, I did not know, but I imagine that there are so many to remember that Bethlehem is the…

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Returning from Oman, I got a real interview from my daughter. Initially, I was struck by her morbid curiosity on my trip, but I soon realized that she asked me all the questions so she could then talk on her blog. Or here.

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“I’m leaving, I go to Oman” … And here is a split: some after trying to dissuade me, start with the recommendations; others envision a dark future full of misfortunes of all kinds.

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