This week we travel with our fellow travelers, from the Stone Monastery to Prague, passing through Namibia.
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- To begin, a trip in our country, we go to the Monasterio de Piedra, following the recommendations of A click of the adventure that explains how to take advantage of this impressive place, a water paradise in the middle of an arid area of Aragon.
- An important issue in travel is the issue of expenses and to help us pay in different parts of the world and without commissions, Dinky Travelers tell us about an interesting credit card that makes our work much easier.
- We continue in the company of Javier de Hanway with whom we discover the English Way of Santiago as it passes through Ferrol. Do not miss their recommendations if you want to go through it or do any of the five stages of the tour.
- We leave Spain and go to the Netherlands where we stop on the route of cheese markets trying Gouda, Edam cheese and some others, in the company of Tourister.
- Namibia is a very interesting country, with dunes and deserts, wetlands, magnificent savannas with natural reserves such as Etosha Park but it has much more to discover. In the company of boots and backpack, we approach to see the Twyfelfontein petroglyphs.
- We also approach Japan and hand in hand with the Prepare Bags, we discover the cheapest way to go from Narita airport to Tokyo by choosing a comfortable and economical bus.
- Back in Europe, we combat the heat going up to the Mont Blanc cable car which, having the explanations of Caracol Viajero, becomes a great experience.
- We now travel to Croatia to get to know the Istrian peninsula, the most Italian area of this country, as explained in Zarpar and Zampar.
- We finish the trip and stop in Prague and its surroundings. To enjoy this European city, we follow the advice of Meraviglia that shows us eight day trips to do from there.