Mates Viajeros are Vero and Manu. We started our trip there by 2015, in Argentina. We both lived the classic story of someone who dreams of “someday” (“someday I’m going to take a trip”, “someday I’ll cut through the routine”, “someday I’ll meet other cultures”, “some day…”) and that day¿Querés seguir leyendo?
It seems incredible that it’s been a year and a half since we left Ushuaia. It seems untrue that we have traveled to so many places we used to found unattainable. It seems incredible that we are the ones who appear in the photos that we see again and again.¿Querés seguir leyendo?
A walk around We both left on the bikes the owners of the house we rented lent us. We went to a church of the XII or XIII century that was at an accessible distance for two out-of-shape thirty-somethings. We are in the south of Italy. The landscape is flat,¿Querés seguir leyendo?
I’m trying to finish this post for some time because even if it seems the opposite, we always go around and do everything we write to be as accurate as possible and the message we want to convey is understood. But in this case it happened to me that I¿Querés seguir leyendo?
It was something like 10:00 in the morning. We had just had breakfast: green tea and wholemeal bread toasts with orange jam and cheese. It was cold in the dining room and Abi was preparing breakfast for a couple who stayed in the house, so we decided to go upstairs¿Querés seguir leyendo?
We got up at the hour we decided to get up, like almost every day. It is one of the pleasures of the trip that only understands who once worked in unhealthy hours, like 8 am or something like that. We had breakfast, got up to date with social networks¿Querés seguir leyendo?
The Foundation for Advice and Action in Defense of Animals (FAADA) gave Mates Viajeros the seal of “responsible blogger” for “helping to promote responsible tourism with animals and raise awareness for travelers around the world” – http://turismo-responsable.com/post-919-mates-viajeros Bravo and thanks! Now… what is it to be a “Responsible Blogger”? What¿Querés seguir leyendo?
“The nation, which is what somehow identifies our patriotism, is an artificial construction, and this is already a problem because we forget that it is an artificial construction. We believe that the country is something like a belly, as a place to which we naturally belong..” One of the situations¿Querés seguir leyendo?
[Only available in spanish… by now]. Estamos desde hace casi tres semanas recorriendo el norte de Tailandia y es tanto lo que tenemos para contar y mostrar, que no nos alcanzan las manos para ponernos al día con el blog. Pero no queremos dejar pasar más tiempo para compartir con¿Querés seguir leyendo?