On Sunday we meet early in the morning to go on an excursion. The idea was to go to Stonehenge in the morning and in the afternoon visit some of the villages in the Cotswolds region, near Oxford and considered the heart of England. From Oxford to Stonehenge there is just over an hour's drive, although you can also reach Salisbury by train and take a bus to Stonehenge, or go by bus directly from London (which leaves from Victoria bus station).
We continue with the stories of the trip to Botswana. This time, we tell you the experience in the town of Maun, where we went on horseback through the Okavango Delta and then we flew over the Delta by plane. There are places that mention you bold stories and intrepid explorers: Samarkand, Timbuktu, the Okavango Delta ... Well, after years of dreaming about visiting the Okavango Delta, we finally put our feet there and made one of our traveling dreams come true yearned for
That day we woke up very soon because we had a very long day ahead of us. We were going to Petra (Jordan) across three borders by road: Egypt, Israel and Jordan. We did not know how the thing was going to go and, although we had the multi-entry visa, at least I continued with the doubt of whether it would really help us.
Salta, so pretty that she falls in love, is a beautiful colonial city, which also gives its name to this region of northern Argentina where there is much to see and do. While Isabel was convalescing her leg in the hotel and we were waiting for home repatriation, I explored the city of Salta for two days.
That morning the smell of incense woke me up again. There was only one word on the agenda: vacations. There was no plan for the day, just rest, walk and little else. We got up and had some banana and cane sugar crepes that were delicious. After breakfast, we collected things and changed rooms, since the room where we were staying was reserved for that day and they proposed that we stay the last night in the apartment they had in the hotel and it cost $ 50 a night.
In addition to conferences and having the opportunity to meet other travel bloggers, the Travel Blogger Meeting also gives you the opportunity to carry out activities to learn more about the area where it is celebrated. Thanks to the extraordinary organization of Asenorg, the bloggers we attended were able to enjoy active tourism in North Gredos through different initiatives.