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Marine tourism in Galicia

If you like cockles, barnacles and octopus, you will also be interested to know where they come from and who catches them on your trips. For this, the Association O Mar da Fin da Terra began an interesting tourism project in 2006 with the aim of bringing travelers closer to the profession of Galician sailors and the secrets of the sea that offer so much gastronomic wealth on this land.
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Take care of your passport and cards on your trip

When you are immersed in a trip, whatever the duration is, one of your main concerns is usually not to lose, whether due to dismissal or theft, your passport, wallet or credit cards. Since childhood, I have had a history of almost insurmountable dismissals, so I always try to put extra care on all these issues.
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Viajablog wishes you Happy Holidays

The travelingblog traveling team: Avistu, David, Quique and Sergi A small note to wish you all a Happy Holidays and a prosperous new year full of new experiences and trips to continue discovering this wonderful world that welcomes us. Congratulations to all readers and friends who have been following us for five years sharing anecdotes and travel experiences!
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Book your hotel on TripAdvisor

Publirreportaje Except in the times of Columbus, Livingstone, Marco Polo and other brave ones that were going bareback, most travelers, today, to prepare their adventures rely on comments, inspiring photos and opinions of others who, before that they launched themselves to explore those places indicated on the map.
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Malta, a treasure in the Mediterranean

Text and images: Fernando Pérez In the Mediterranean Sea, between Italy and Greece, there is a country called Malta (Republic of Malta) formed by three small islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. English colony until 1964 and whose history begins 5,000 years before Christ. As a great leap into the past, or rather, many moments of the past, Malta is between its millenary history and a promising future.
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