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Jan 24, 2012
Swimmers

Traveller show us your travel

Many of us love travelling, discovering cultures, beaches, languages, gastronomy, unforgettable landscapes and spectacular seabeds.

Do you remember that great adventure in that wonderful place where you climbed a difficult mountain but when you were at the top you contemplated a sunset that left you breathless? And those beaches of white sand where you walked barefoot and you lay under the first shadow you found to read your book at your leisure? And what about that big city where you discovered art galleries and wonderful jazz bars to listen to a great live music?

Now, I would love you to start dreaming and to rewind to a few months ago, years ago or even days ago to show us a picture of your most wonderful trip. And that is how we release a new Swimmers contest!
If you want this rash guard, just upload a photo of the trip that marked your life to our Facebook wall and become a fan of the Swimmers page. Our Jury will choose the most original picture.

When spring comes, this T-shirt will come in handy to protect yourself from the sun on the beach or to protect yourself from the cold when you dive.

What do you think? Are you going to participate? I look forward to seeing your pictures very soon.

* Woman T-shirt, size XS. Only one photo per participant. Deadline: Monday, January 30th at 6 p.m.

Jan 18, 2012
Swimmers

And the Swimmers trip to the Southeast Asia ends here

 

In Indonesia, as we said in first post, it’s worth seeing with your own eyes its wonders of the world: incredible rice fields, heavenly islands, sea beds full of life, active volcanoes and fishermen villages. However, we recommend to travel to Indonesia with a NON very tight budget. In the places where we have been, public transportation is very basic and sometimes you cannot find it. It is necessary to pay for taxis or tourist buses. Don’t expect to find great culinary delights. In spite of everything, it is worth “touching ” Indonesia with your hands.

Malaysia is a very easy place to travel. Cheap. Very hospitable people and beautiful landscapes, as we explained in our last post. Highly recommended.

In short: an unforgettable, fascinating and enriching adventure.

Have you ever visited the Southeast Asia? Please let us know your experience.

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