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On the trail of Darwin in Punta Gorda

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From the place where it joins the Uruguay and Parana River to form the Rio de la Plata, the writer and traveler Gerardo Bartolomé, author of "Darwin's betrayal" and "Patagonia a Sangre fría", reminds us of Charles Darwin over these lands.
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Eyipantla: The water festival

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“Once down, I sink into the quagmire of mud to fill my immaculate sports. In this paradise of water, leave the paths is at a premium. In exchange, if the traveler turns his back to the stalls and as close as possible to the waterfall, allowing water to refresh your [...]
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The route of Darwin in Patagonia

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Follow the steps for issuing "Beagle", the footprint of Darwin in Patagonia. An exceptional journey for a great documentary by the hand of the writer and contributor to VaP. Gerardo Bartolomé. Here a preview.
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Cape Horn: World's End

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Again I was following in the footsteps of Charles Darwin, the author of the Theory of Evolution, this time on the southern tip of the Americas. The young Charles, aboard the Beagle, had waited several days to land in the same place but bad weather there is very stubborn (…) The [...]
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Matusadona: safaris in bote
For: Javier Brandoli

This beautiful park is a cluster Zimbabwean different image, reflections in the water, assorted colors in the leaves of the trees, of strange birds, unpredictable sounds, wildlife, loneliness, silence…
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Lanzarote from the crater of Red Mountain
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From the top of Red Mountain are covered stunning views of Lanzarote. At our feet, Playa Blanca and the lighthouse Pechiguera and a little beyond, the town of Corralejo, and Fuerteventura. The overview includes the east and west coasts of the island of volcanoes. Red Mountain climbing is simple. The road, that starts from the road 300 meters from the hotel Rubicon Palace, is very marked and the ascent is not demanding. In just half an hour they reached the top. You can also climb the hard way from the south side, path without any, climbing by the tongues of lava. Formidable wind up waiting for Lanzarote, more emboldened than ever. By Ricardo Coarasa.
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The march of the elephants
For: Javier Brandoli

In the park of Hwange, Zimbabwe, a group of elephants crosses quickly to meet a group of strangers invading your home, we. Offspring, males and females who follow his eternal walk among the leafy branches of trees. The latest issue looks at us defiantly and throws a warning beeper. This [...]
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