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INDIA - SIX JUMPS By ANDREA CAPURRO, DAHLIA DE MACINA
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A gap year experience in six jumps around the world going eastbound. Starting from old europe for the first jump we pick up india and Mumbai's hard nights welcome us providing immediate precise... More > reasons to bounce back. This is the start of a month spent escaping from the poverty, the noise, the dust, the confusion, the anarchy of a continent's wide people that never started a war.< Less
THAILAND - SIX JUMPS By ANDREA CAPURRO, DAHLIA DE MACINA
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We tried something the English call ‘gap year’ convinced to get the best out of it with a long travel around the world. For us travelling was in some way unavoidable, an enriching... More > experience in life’s process to become grown-ups. We left home for five months with an open ‘round the world’ flight ticket, two backpacks each and reservations only for the first night in Mumbai. It was not to be holiday everyday but a long searching for accomodations, connections and sites, because we were going to be rovers, carrying everything we had on our shoulders. For the ‘Old Europe’ getting out we choose India as a starter, following it with Thailand. A widely reknown holiday resort, Thailand was in our minds for seaside postcards and exotism, buddhas and guest houses, nature and self consciousness. This is the diary of fourty days spent trekking hills villages, touring archeological sites and enjoying the magnificent sea’s relax.< Less
NEW ZEALAND - SIX JUMPS By ANDREA CAPURRO, DAHLIA DE MACINA
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We went for what the English call ‘gap year’ convinced to get the best out of it with a long travel around the world. In some ways it was unavoidable for us in the process to become... More > grown-ups. We left home for five months with an open ‘round the world’ flight ticket, two backpacks each and reservations only for the first night in Mumbai. It was not to be holiday everyday but a long searching for accomodations, connections and sites, because we were going to be rovers carrying everything we had on our shoulders. We went out around the world in six jumps, going eastbound choosing India as first jump, while Thailand came second. Leaving Asia and its exotic appeal, New Zealand was a coming back to western society, pure entertainment and cosy feeling, such as freely drinking water and milk. This is the diary of a month spent touring the two islands’ magnificent nature always knowing it was impossible for us to see everything and feeling lucky we reached this absolutely ‘must be’ country.< Less
CHILE - SIX JUMPS By ANDREA CAPURRO, DAHLIA DE MACINA
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We tried what English call ‘gap year’ convinced to get the best out of it with a long travel around the world. From our perspective travelling was something unavoidable, an enriching... More > experience in life’s process to become grown-ups. We left home for five months with an open ‘round the world’ flight ticket, two backpacks each and reservation only for the first night in Mumbai. It was not to be holiday everyday but a long searching for accomodations, connections and sites, because we were going to be rovers carrying everything we had on our shoulders. We went out around the world in six jumps, going eastbound choosing India as first jump, while Thailand came second. Leaving Asia and its exotic appeal, New Zealand was a coming back to western society, while Chile was for us our door to South America. Santiago, San Pedro de Atacama, Puerto Montt, Valparaiso: sixteen days of chases on semicama buses and night travels for 6400 kilometers from the almost antarctica wild south to a salty almost desert north.< Less
THAILAND - SIX JUMPS By ANDREA CAPURRO, DAHLIA DE MACINA
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We tried something the English call ‘gap year’ convinced to get the best out of it with a long travel around the world. For us travelling was in some way unavoidable, an enriching... More > experience in life’s process to become grown-ups. We left home for five months with an open ‘round the world’ flight ticket, two backpacks each and reservations only for the first night in Mumbai. It was not to be holiday everyday but a long searching for accomodations, connections and sites, because we were going to be rovers, carrying everything we had on our shoulders. For the ‘Old Europe’ getting out we choose India as a starter, following it with Thailand. A widely reknown holiday resort, Thailand was in our minds for seaside postcards and exotism, buddhas and guest houses, nature and self consciousness. This is the diary of fourty days spent trekking hills villages, touring archeological sites and enjoying the magnificent sea’s relax.< Less