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Si leyeron el primer blog entonces ya deben tener una idea de como llegue hasta Japón, en esta nueva entrada quiero meterme en detalles que tal vez sean un poco…

My alarm went off shortly after dawn, and I hurried to turn it off still with my eyes closed and sticky. Makoto was still snoring gently in the bunkbed below,…

...cont. from https://www.photoblog.com/varsha/2020/07/12/tales-of-the-heartlandii/ Note : More ravings of Khajuraho ahead. Of the many medieval temples in this…

...cont. from https://www.photoblog.com/varsha/2020/06/13/tales-of-the-heartlandi/ After savouring the vibrant hues of Gwalior, we headed to the ancient temple…

Well, in hindsight, my memories from the trip to Japan start to get a bit blurry. I say this because in my last post I wrote that I spent another night in…

She will miss you. She's grown fond of you. Those were Yoshiko's words when we stood beside the dealership under her apartment. I was carrying all my belongings…

Bagan is one of the most under-toursited and magnificent sites we have ever visited. The red-brick stupas, temples and pagodas are spread over 70 square…

The day began gloomy and wet, raindrops gently but relentlessly beating the bedroom window from the outside. Once again I enjoyed breakfast under the pleasant…

This weekend I went to Bagan with a friend who lives out here too. I met her a few years ago when I was teaching and she moved out here a few months before me.…
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