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An exclusive corner in paradise, Aitutaki in the Cook Islands

I do not fall short if I say that the Cook Islands are simply spectacular and specifically Aitutaki. If we focus on Aitutaki, I can firmly say that after having traveled through more than 50 countries there are still places that can impress me. Yes, Aitutaki is one of those places that leave you marked.
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The best accessories for the GoPro (Traveler Advice)

During our trips and on several high mountain routes we have been able to test the benefits of the camera par excellence of adventure, the GoPro. After so much evidence we have seen that accessories for the GoPro are indispensable for most situations, since a camera like this needs to be well accompanied.
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Glymur, the highest waterfall in Iceland until 2007 ...

As the title of this article says, the Glymur waterfall was the tallest waterfall in Iceland until Morsárfoss (2007) was found, a 227 meter waterfall located in a remote area of ​​the Vatnajökull National Park. Despite losing such privilege, the Glymur waterfall is located near Reykjavik and has a good hiking route that we can do in one morning.
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Winter postcards

Winter postcards Winter is over and we open the door to spring, but before saying until next time to a season so different, so spectacular and at the same time dark, we have selected from the past winter articles the best photographs where the cold and of course the Snow, are the reference.
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Hiking in Bryce Canyon (United States)

Hiking in Bryce Canyon is one of the activities I will never remember in my multiple trips to the state of Utah in the United States. Landscapes taken from a science fiction movie, where reddish colors over impossible cliffs reign on all four sides and stalagmite-shaped ground needles (fairy chimneys) make it look like we are in an open-air cave.
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Route to the blue Ibones and Bachimaña alto from Panticosa

In the face of summer, one of the most refreshing routes of the Aragonese Pyrenees is the route to the blue ibons and Bachimaña alto from Baños de Panticosa, in Huesca. A path that jumps from lake to lake, going through a series of waterfalls that seem endless. Without a doubt, a refreshing route for the hottest months.
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