Before going on Safari, I visited many pages to see what to pack. The truth is that it depends a lot on the season and you have to keep in mind if you are going to travel by jeep or plane (apparently there are rich people who arrive at Maasai Mara by plane haha). We…

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The next day we got up very early as our guide for the next 6 days would pick us up at our hotel to take us to our first destination: the Maasai Mara. After breakfast and check out, we saw our jeep which would almost be our home in those days. A Toyota jeep 4×4…

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I think I needed time to process and organize my ideas about this incredible adventure. I had already been twice on the African continent, once in Morocco and again in Seychelles but for some reason it did not feel like the real Africa, that Africa we see on television with its people with skin as…

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Although most southern Europe was engulfed in an unbearable heat wave, here in the north the summer never arrived. In fact, a few days ago I read on a news page that it was the worst summer in Sweden in 155 years. I can not complain much, we enjoyed sun and heat in Kenya and…

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“The Galápagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed in the Pacific Ocean, 906 km (563 mi) west of continental Ecuador, of which they are a part. The islands are known for their vast number of endemic species and were studied by Charles Darwin, as his observations and collections contributed to the inception of…

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