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Visit to the museum

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November 9, 2018

During one of our excursions in Beijing, we went to visit the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC).
A museum of art located in Dongcheng District and which offers temporary exhibitions in addition to a permanent collection of Chinese artists (it also has the advantage of being free).
A good opportunity…


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Lama and Confucius temples

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November 7, 2018

Lama temple

Also known as Yonghe Temple or Harmony and Peace Palace Lamasery, is located at the northeast corner of Beijing City. Built initially in 1694…

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The summer palace

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November 7, 2018

Located northwest of Beijing in the Haidian District, the Summer Palace was constructed in 1750 by emperor Qianglong, the fourth emperor of the Qing…

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Welcome to Beijing

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November 7, 2018

That’s it, after a night aboard the Trans-Mongolian, we arrived in Beijing, the capital of the middle empire (nothing to do with the lord…

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The Trans Mongolian: Ulan Bator – Beijing

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November 1, 2018

If you are in Mongolia and want to go down to China, we recommend you to make the trip in the TransMongolian train. It is…

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Amarbayasgalant Khiid

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October 28, 2018

We are done with the reindeer and the magical Khovsgol lake but we decided to make a last stop on the way back to…

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Khovsgol lake

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October 26, 2018

After our stop in the land of the reindeer peoples, we continued our route to Khovsgol Lake. We slept in Tsanganuur and then continued…

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8 months ago, in a Cambodian island, we figured out that we were going to be parents. We were shocked because parenthood was something we did not consider as a close possibility for us. We never imagined a baby could come, neither so soon and specially in that moment when we were just starting a “new life” in a long term trip we had planned and worked so hard for to make it happen.
We spent several months confused and digesting the news as we travel along Cambodia, Thailand and Sri Lanka. Day by day, becoming more difficult to carry our backpacks (imagine Alban’s back!) and accompanied by fear, joy, anguish, excitement, nauseas, hospitals, doubts and beautiful people who welcomed us along the way. But also with a beautiful complicity growing between the two of us, protecting each other mutually. 
How was it possible that, all of a sudden, we had become three? 🤔 It was something we could not process in our minds!

Today, 8 months later and in Peru, we are ready to receive what we consider to be a gift from the universe, who has guided us on each step taken to flow with situations of adversity and to embrace whatever comes in our way with love. But above all, teaching us that we do not need to go so far to find that “new life” we were looking for, but to realize that the possibilities of reinventing ourselves are, literally, within ourselves. And so we are very happy and excited to start in a few days this new adventure:  a trip that will last forever. 
Looking forward to meet you, our little traveler!
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#babyonboard #travelcouple #lifeisatrip
  • Hace un par de meses, después de 10 horas en bus de Siem Reap (Cambodia) a Bangkok y 3 horas en migraciones para cruzar la frontera, Tailandia nos dió la bienvenida con esta lamentable noticia: el nivel más alto de contaminación del aire en Bangkok registrado en la historia! 
Nosotros que pensábamos que las personas que usaban máscaras eran un poco exageradas, pues... esta vez nos tocó usarlas porque realmente era difícil respirar. ¿Cómo es que llegamos a este nivel? Momentos como estos hemos tenido varios, en los que hemos llegado emocionados a un nuevo lugar y topado con la terrible realidad: playas paradisiacas con miles de tipos de plásticos en las orillas, pueblos emblemáticos con rincones de basura acumulada (por supuesto, nunca en las zonas turísticas que aparecen en las postales!), ciudades modernísimas pero en donde apenas se puede respirar y, lamentablemente, personas que aún no les importa lo que está pasando. Está claro qué hay mucho por hacer aquí y en todas partes del mundo y que si no actuamos ahora será luego muy tarde para salvar nuestro planeta. ••••
A couple of months ago, after 10 hours by bus from Siem Reap (Cambodia) to Bangkok, Thailand welcomed us with the highest level of air pollution in Bangkok recorded in history!
We used to think that people wearing masks were a little exaggerated, well ... this time we had to use them because it was really hard to breathe. How did we let this happen? 
During our trip we had experienced several unpleasant encounters like this, where we excitedly arrived to a new place and faced with the terrible reality: paradisiacal beaches with tones of plastics, historic and emblematic towns with corners of accumulated garbage, the most modern cities where you can barely breathe and, of course, people who still do not care what's happening. 
It is clear that there is still a lot to do here and everywhere in the world and if we do not take serious actions now it will be too late to save our planet 🌎.
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Two animals from different worlds (France and Peru) but we share something in common: the need to explore.