In addition to Cuba being a mango paradise of the Americas, wherever you go, you can see the rich mango fields and ripe mango trees everywhere, and Cuba is most famous for sugarcane industry. It is easy to see how the sugarcane field along the highway runs from North to South Cuba.

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And this is a vegetarian pad Thai , consisting of rice noodles, bean sprouts, tofu, served with slices of lemon, sugar pack and paprika. Unfortunately this place makes both sweet and oily, generally not my taste. Price also seems expensive: 50 Baht.

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Wat Ched Yod (aka Wat Chet Yot, Wat Jet Yot, in which “wat” means a pagoda) is a temple that is completely out of my intention to visit, but I happened to see through the instructions board looking on the road, and also because of convenience, I decided to visit here.

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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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If you see a woman who guides, in general, always comes up with some worries, imagine what it means to see two of them: one driving and the other with the map in hand in a city where the written language is the Cyrillic …

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Pinnacles Desert When I started thinking about this blog, I wondered what I did not want to do. And the first thing was, “Avoid starting to say how beautiful this, what other emotion, what magic …” or that is all that does not give anything to a computer reader. Or rather they give nothing to…

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Creating an itinerary in Vietnam is not exactly one of the simplest things to do, and that’s just for one reason: there is so much to see, the country is definitely big and the distances to cover are not few … But we know that it often happens.

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