A few hours are more than enough to give us an idea of the city, but if you want a real visit, at least you’ll need a day and a half: Continue reading “TRANSPORT IN DOHA”
In case someone is thinking about it, Onomichi has nothing interesting apart from the bike route.
Continue reading “SHIMANAMI KAIDO: THE ROUTE BY BICYCLE”
HOW TO RENT THE BICYCLE
There are two systems: Continue reading “SHIMANAMI KAIDO: RENTING THE BIKE AND TRANSPORT BY FERRY AND BUS”
- I was here pedaling: April 29, 2013.
- My rating: 5/5.
For my birthday I’m going to self-gift me these articles about one of the places I have some of my best memories in Japan, being at the same time little known for the majority of foreign tourists, except those fans of the bicycle. Continue reading “SHIMANAMI KAIDO: THE ROUTE OF THE BRIDGES BETWEEN ONOMICHI AND SHIKOKU”
Most tourists will arrive from Havana by bus or shared taxi: Continue reading “TRANSPORT IN VIÑALES, GETTING THERE AND AWAY”
The company Viazul is the most used by tourists, as buses are more comfortable and reliable in terms of mechanics and punctuality. Continue reading “HAVANA, GETTING THERE AND AWAY BY LAND”
The train stations are often dirty and chaotic places, where the information is basically non-existing. Continue reading “GETTING AROUND IN CUBA BY TRAIN AND AIRPLANE”
We will first point out the QUALITY OF THE ROADS, essential when deciding for one of these transports: Continue reading “QUALITY OF THE ROADS IN CUBA AND HOW TO GET AROUND BY BICYCLE, RENTAL CAR AND HITCHHIKING”