Yemen, Shibam: Manhattan of the desert

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Memories of a trip through an amazing country  In the late 2005 my trip through Yemen led me in the Hadramawt Governorate. In the central-western part of this huge and old region there is a town famous for its mudbrick-made […]

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China, Beijing: how to visit Badaling Great Wall

A tour around China is not completed if you don’t visit the Great Wall. This  majestic defensive structure winds up and down  like a huge snake across mountains, deserts, grasslands, stretching for almost 21.000 km from east to west of […]

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Mali, walking throughout the Bandiagara falaise with Dogon people

After loading our backpack on a small cart drawn by a donkey, we leave the village of Dourou walking towards the Bandiagara plateau. In the midst of this mountainous region, the Dogon population took refuge around the 12th century to […]

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Laos, Luang Prabang: what to see in this magical place

Mekong sunset, Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang Luang Prabang, a UNESCO world heritage site, is with no doubt one of the most charming city we’ve ever seen during our trips around South East Asia . It’s located in the northern part of Laos, lies along […]

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Ethiopia, Timkat: the coptic epiphany

Timkat ceremony, Lalibela

Ethiopia, Lalibela Our trip through the Ethiopia follows moving in the central area to a fascinating and mysterious city sited at 2.700 meters above the sea level, Unesco World Heritage since 60s: Lalibela. This city, which follows the name of […]

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Ethiopia, Axum & Gondar

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Ethiopia, Axum & Gondar Our trip through this amazing country keeps going on and we visit two UNESCO heritages, rich of culture and history: Axum and Gondar. The first city, Axum, (also called Aksum), is located in the northern region […]

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Laos, trekking through Nam Ha protected area

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Nam Ha – Muang Sing One of the most interesting place of Laos is Nam Ha national protected Area in the northern province of Luang Namtha. It stretches from the Chinese border through the middle of Namtha province, covering over […]

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People of Kyrgyzstan


Kyrgyzstan’s population of 5.3 million comprises three main ethnic groups: Kyrgyz, Uzbeks and Russians. In common with its neighbours in Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan has a mixed population where most of th ethnic Uzbeks in Kyrgyzstan live in the south, in the […]

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Laos, Tak Bat: the buddhist ceremony

Tak Bat, Luang Prabang

Laos, Luang Prabang The first thing you have to do in Luang Prabang is to wake up early, before the sunrise, when the silence of the small city is still surrounded by haze and you can admire the fascinating procession […]

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