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Cubans can have a mobile!

Well, even if it seems incredible to find us for some years in the 21st century, Cubans were not allowed to own a mobile phone! The Government of Raúl Castro has just extended to all citizens the use of mobile telephony, until now restricted to foreigners and officials.
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How to get from Gothenburg Airport to the city center

Gothenburg Airport To discover that little gem that is the city of Gothenburg and enjoy a getaway through its streets and canals, the most practical option is to travel by plane. For example, as I mentioned in a previous post, Iberia Express has, during the summer (one of the best times to go), direct flights from Madrid.
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Rotterdam Transportation

The Water Taxis of Rotterdam. Although the famous phrase is "all roads lead to Rome", Rotterdam can boast of being one of the most accessible cities of the old continent. Perfectly connected to the rest of Europe by land, sea and air is a commercial hub and the most industrial city in the Netherlands.
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NO to the Beijing Olympics!

The captain of the Indian football team has said he will NOT TRANSPORT THE OLYMPIC TORCH FOR THE BEIJING GAMES during the relay assigned to him, as a protest over the brutal form that the Chinese authorities have used to placate recent protests in Tibet . Bhaichung Bhutia is a renowned Buddhist from Sikkim, a small Himalayan region located in North India.
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The largest pool in the world

This huge pool in the Chilean town of San Alfonso del Mar has been named the largest in the world by the Guinness book of records. At first glance it seems horrific, breaking the beautiful coastline and wasting a huge amount of water for young people who hardly care about the planet.
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Tourists are all (also the hooded who hate them)

The backpacks of a backpacker A few years ago, among those of us who were dedicated to writing about travel and destinations, a controversial phrase, insulting in a veiled way for the category from which one differed, "I am not a tourist, I am a traveler" ran. The halo of moral superiority of some, aware, respectful, tolerant, understanding, served to lift their spirits and their backpack from the ground trodden by ignorant, selfish, wild, demanding and impolite with suitcases.
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