One of the things that I consider when preparing the trip that I will start in a couple of months is the issue of carrying a laptop with me. A year ago - when I was not yet part of Viajablog - I would not have raised the issue, but before the occasion of telling here all the adventures that I was running in South America during those 6 months, the truth is that I am tempted to Take me a small computer.
Well here we have more consequences of the much discussed global warming of the planet! I am not a scientist, but the arguments they present on the subject seem to me quite reasonable and full of common sense, and to show a button. A piece of ice the size of the Island of Ibiza has begun to part with Antarctica, a phenomenon that has been described by scientists as additional evidence of climate warming.
Through our trips we have slept in places of all kinds: from the simplest hostel in the heart of the Chinese Himalayas to luxurious castles among the volcanoes of the French region of Auvergne. Depending on the trip, we adapt to the script and we are not bothered to sleep in bunk beds or in a mountain shelter after having recently enjoyed a night in a luxurious Mandarin or the spectacular views of the Hotel Vela in Barcelona.
Traveling to Amsterdam and not entering a coffee shop would be something like going to Nepal and not seeing mountains, or going to Las Vegas and not entering a casino. The climate of tolerance that defines the city of Amsterdam is changing. A third of brothels are in the process of closing. Next summer a new law will enter where smoking will be banned in public places.
Casas de Gurué In a country in which the highest mountain - Binga mountain - does not exceed 2,440 meters of altitude, it is clear that mountaineering is not anyone's fort. However, touring the trails of the rugged area of Gurué, in the province of Zambezia, is an experience that goes far beyond sports or landscapes.