Post Tagged with: "Culture"

Miguel The Cycling Poet

Miguel The Cycling Poet

El Rosario, Sinaloa, July 2016 He calls himself Miguel, no last name. He is a poet, a cycle wanderer, editor, muralist, publisher, artist and holder of a proud beard he has been able to grow the past months. When Miguel speaks, his words end up in rhymes without him even […]

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Tijuana: A Paradise for the Hungry Cyclists

Tijuana: A Paradise for the Hungry Cyclists

Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, May 2016 Tijuana: A Paradise for the Hungry Cyclists  There is a lot to say about Tijuana. Many of those things might hurt our pride, but there is one thing that whoever visits this south of the border town agrees on: food here is delicious. Just […]

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Tijuana: Top things to do

Tijuana: Top things to do

Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, May 2016 So you happen to cross to Tijuana on your way south to Baja or North to Vancouver on your bike? You are one lucky cyclists! Because Tijuana has a lot to offer and we want to recommend you a lot of things coming form […]

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Hawaiian Culture

Hawaiian Culture

Vancouver, Canada, September 2015 Yes, most of us have seen the Elvis movies on the Hawaiian beaches, heard the song Aloha-Oe, and seen surf videos on ESPN on the beautiful beaches of the 50th state of the US of A, but is that all that makes the culture of Hawaii? […]

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Alps2Ocean Slide Show Movie

Alps2Ocean Slide Show Movie

Alps To Ocean New Zealand from Tasting Travels on Vimeo. One of the things that drives us crazy as cycle tourists is the impossibility to be able to share in full the experiences we are lucky to have through our blog. Particularly those experiences that makes us fall in love […]

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Cycling New Zealand Part 2: The Alps2Ocean from Ocean to Alps

Cycling New Zealand Part 2: The Alps2Ocean from Ocean to Alps

Deutsche Cycling New Zealand Part 2: The Alps2Ocean from Ocean to Alps Country: New Zealand From Oamaru to Mount Cook Village (Aoraki) Lesson learned: Once in a life a helicopter ride is well-spent money Laughed about: Our snail’s pace Most wonderful miracle: The Milky Way over Lake Benmore Greatest challenge: gravel and […]

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Our Australian Private Film Festival

Our Australian Private Film Festival

May 16, 2016 Honolulu, Hawaii On December 28, 1895 the Lumiére brothers screened for the first time a motion picture film. The film was called Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory, it ran for 46 seconds and it was about literally that, workers leaving the factory. Today this simple film has become […]

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Bruthen the Greatest Smallest Music Town in Australia

Bruthen the Greatest Smallest Music Town in Australia

Twizel, New Zealand March 2015 In a country with a population of only 23 million people in an area of 7,692,024 km², the concept of town is quite different from than in my country Mexico. A town in Australia might just be a street or a gas station, a coffee […]

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