buy Lyrica in mexico In order to understand this trip properly an explanation of my story is needed. When I was 15 years old I was forced to move to the United States, concretely to New Jersey, leaving in the process Vigo, the city where I had lived all my life. I stayed in New Jersey for a year and a half where I finish High School and work as a busboy for a Spanish Restaurant in the area. After a thorough thinking process, I decide to move back to Vigo in order to continue with my studies. In this particular moment, I suffer what is called “Inverse Cultural Shock”, something that some of you already know because it might have happened to you as well. You come back home, to your city, but even when some things look the same, something inside of you knows that everything has changed, you have changed. The time you’ve spent abroad makes you perceive everything from a different perspective and after few weeks you start to feel like a foreigner in your own city. After some time you start to integrate again, new relationships begin new challenges on the horizon. Everything makes sense again but even at that point, you know that nothing will be the same anymore.
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http://salsiando.com/finelit/2935 I started my trip in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) where I spent 4 days. In Saigon, I visited the most remarkable places of the city, temples, museums and I also booked a tour through the “Cu Chi Tunnels” (The tunnels built by the Vietcong during the war against the US). After Ho Chi Minh I moved to Vung-Tau where I had the chance of walking through its fantastic beaches, enjoyed its tasty seafood and paid a visit to the Lighthouse and the huge statue of Jesus Christ, only smaller than the one in Rio. The initial plan was to stay only one day there but one local girl called Hanna made me extend my stay for a few days more. She was a fantastic guide and showed me these hidden spots that you always miss if you don’t know the area. My next destination was the ancient town of Hoi An, the capital of Vietnam back in the days. In this fantastic place I spent the last days of December, actually I spent New Year’s Eve here with two Argentinean siblings who have been reunited after 3 years. My trip ended in Hanoi with two visits to the Buddhist temple of Ninh Binh, in the region of the Red River Delta and another one to Halong Bay, one of the most famous places in Vietnam. In future posts, I will furtherly explain this trip to Vietnam in 2015, but now it’s time to explain the purpose of my incoming trip.
http://www.mongoliatravelguide.mn/?sakson=qual-%C3%A8-il-miglior-programma-di-opzioni-binarie&9bc=8f In less than a month, November 14th, I’ll be leaving Amsterdam and heading Bangkok, Thailand, which will be the first of the 6 countries I’ll visit during the next 4 months. After Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, and Indonesia will become my short term home during this exciting adventure that I’ll share with all of you. During my trips, I’ll be uploading a written post every week (Wednesdays) and a video (Sundays). Through these two platforms, I intend to show you not only the places I visit but also the personal relations with locals. The main difference between this blog and other travel blogs is actually this one, I would like to show you the places I visit, the food, music, etc. But I would like to focus mainly on people, I want to give names to the unknown, show you how they are, what they think, what their objectives are, basically, I would like to tell you stories of people with a background and origins completely different than mine and yours.
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That’s all folks!!, I just wanted to thank you all for following me and I really hope you enjoy all the content I’ll be uploading soon. The digital platforms used to keep you up-to-date of my trip will be this blog, through which you will have access to all the written posts and videos uploaded to Youtube. Twitter where I’ll be posting mainly pictures in real time and Facebook which I’ll use for both pictures and live videos. Don’t hesitate to participate and share your thoughts and opinions. See you soon!!