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FolletosTras un parón de varios meses en los que no he tenido tiempo de nada vuelvo a la carga con un tema que me encanta: Lunas de miel. Tengo que confesaros que aunque en estos meses he estado leyendo mucho, muchísimo, sobre viajes, me ha costado demasiado encontrar un par de horas para sentarme a escribir. Por lo menos esta vez tengo una buena excusa: me he prometido y organizar una boda desde otro país lleva mucho tiempo, creedme.

Si me preguntais qué ha sido lo más complicado para mí de organizar la boda, os diría que elegir la luna de miel. No soy de esas chicas que lloren al ponerse vestidos de novia ni que se pasen horas pensando en maquillaje y peluquería, pero como espíritu viajero que me considero, mi luna de miel tiene que ser absolutamente perfecta.

La pregunta es, ¿cómo elegir la luna de miel perfecta? ¿De entre todo el mundo, cómo saber cuál será el destino ideal para ese viaje inolvidable? Y muy importante, ¿me voy a poder permitir ese viaje soñado? En este post voy a intentar daros unos consejos en general y en los próximos explicaré mas a fondo cada una de las partes a tener en cuenta a la hora de elegir la luna de miel.

¿Cuándo es tu luna de miel?

Esta es la primera pregunta que debes tener en cuenta. Dependiendo del mes, unos destinos son más aconsejables que otros para asegurarte buen tiempo. In this link puedes ver los mejores destinos ordenados por meses (English).

¿Qué quieres hacer en tu luna de miel?

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I recently read an article about a study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Ecónonico (OECD) about the 10 best countries to live in the world, and the results have surprised me quite. The study took into account factors such as education, quality of life, political environment , health and economy, and was thus ranking:

1. Australia

2. Sweden

3. Canada

4. Norway

5. Switzerland

6. U.S.

7. Denmark

8. Holland

9. Iceland

10. UK

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This post comes a little late. The idea was to have published earlier this month, but between work and other things that I have pending while I could not finish it to my liking so far.

First I want to wish you a Happy 2011 all, full of travel and new experiences that make you happy. Second anunciaros forthcoming reforms blog, so if Veise “weird stuff” malfunctioning is added I am testing, and as yet I do not control much by trial and error. And finally I would like to through Chimos, the blogger The Chest Chimos, who sent me a piece of his art this Christmas: a set of necklace and earrings sincerely, loved me and has made me really happy. Thank you very much again, Chimos!!

I have some photos that you may see the wonders they can do and who teaches at su blog. Read the rest of this entry »

ZARAUTZ

We started our journey from Ponferrada, and decided to make the first stop on our trip somewhere in the Basque Country. Our choice was the city of San Sebastian, very close to the border, and camping Igueldo. However, that weekend were the holidays, and the campground was full, so I finally stopped in the beautiful town of Zarautz (where the restaurant's Gourmet Desserts, certainly).

We almost overnight, so we had to stay at the campsite, which suited us to leave early the next day to Toulouse, Zarautz but I pointed one of my earrings destinations, since what little I saw I loved. The camping also called Zarautz and was located on a hill from which had amazing views of the beach and village. Read the rest of this entry »

Now that February has arrived (with their exams) many students who will travel to race soon. If you are someone who has not yet booked your trip, or even have decided where to go, I want to suggest some places where you will have great insurance with friends. Please note that prices are in effect today (5 February), and certainly if you expect change. Read the rest of this entry »

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