Meet our Collaborators | Flor Lepervanche | USA

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Flor Lepervanche, after working for many years in administration and accounting, she became an Online Professor of Education. With this kind of job, she has had the opportunity to accomplish one of her dreams and goals. Now she is a frequently traveler and she has been in more than 30 countries. She explores cities, churches, and museums with her husband extracting the beautiful side of history, culture, and life.

 

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Pilgrim Paulum Cigoy arrived to Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela | Camino de Santiago

[ESP] Con mucha emoción llegué a mí destino!!! Quiero agradecerle a TODOS por estar pendientes de mí aventura! Fueron 30 días hermosos e inolvidables… GRACIAS y mil GRACIAS!!! 🙏🏻


With great emotion I arrived at my destination !!! I want to thank EVERYONE for following my adventure! It was 30 beautiful and unforgettable days … THANKS and THANK YOU !!! 


– Pablo Cigoy. Scouter, hiker, chef and now Pilgrim of Santiago de Compostela. Goal accomplished! 

Outdoors Learning in Ronda, Spain|Flor Lepervanche | #Europe2017 [ESP]

Ronda es una bellisima ciudad blanca que se encuentra en el corazón de la Serranía de Ronda a unos 100 km de la ciudad de Málaga, en la region de Andalucia, al sur de España. Tiene una población aproximada de 35.000 habitantes.

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Puente Nuevo, Ronda.


Desde el puente nuevo se pueden ver unos paisajes bellísimos e inolvidables sobre el Tajo de Ronda , sobre el río Guadalevín. Este puente fue terminado en 1793, uniendo la zona antigua con la nueva. El Puente Nuevo es el monumento más grande y famoso de la ciudad de Ronda.

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Puente Nuevo, Ronda.


Ronda is a beautiful white village that located in the heart of the Serrania de Ronda, about 100 km from the city of Málaga, in the region of Andalusia in southern Spain. It has a population of approximately 35,000 inhabitants.

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Palacio de Mondragon, Ronda.

Unforgettable views over the Tajo de Ronda, on the Guadalevín River can be seen from the new bridge. This bridge was completed in 1793, joining the old town with the new. The new bridge is the largest and most famous of the city of Ronda monument.

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Puente Nuevo, Ronda.
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Trail to the Arab Baths outside the walls of Ronda

See her Ronda photo album in Facebook
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O Castro Park: The Best Views of the City Vigo | @vamospedaleando

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[ESP] El parque O Castro de Vigo no solo ofrece las mejores vistas de la ciudad, sino también el lugar ideal para hacer un picnic y dormir una siesta 😴 Lo mejor es que llegué hasta ese punto únicamente porque estaba siguiendo la Rua de Venezuela 😂

[ENG] The O Castro park not only has the best views of the city Vigo, but its also the perfect place to have a picnic and take a nap 😴 the best thing is that I got there only because I was following the Venezuelan St 😂

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#vamospedaleando #españa #spain #cicloturismo #bikepacking #viajero#viajando #viaje #travel #traveler #traveling #galicia #vigo #venezuela#picnic #cityview #mirador #castle #castillo #park #parque #citypark @ Vigo, Spain

Fires, rain, and a Scout neckerchief | Pablo Cigoy | Camino de Santiago

Once a Scout always a Scout. Pablo Cigoy And his #ScoutsArgentina neckerchief travel together.


[ESP] Hay más de 200 focos de incendio En Galicia, pasé a 50m de uno … Estoy rogando de que llueva! 🙏🏻 

Fires in Galicia. Praying for rain.


The rain finally came tohelp extinguishing    the fires. 

[ESP] Buenas tardes!! Cada vez más cerca! Mañana caminaré solo 28 km, quedando a una distancia de 12 para poder llegar el día jueves a las 10 am aproximadamente y poder disfrutar de la misa del peregrino! 😁

Paddling from Torrey Pines to La Jolla Shores | Soraya Gonzalez Sherwin

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I’ve been wanting to paddle from Torrey Pines to La Jolla Shores for quite sometime. I tried to do it once, but the waves were too strong and we quit after being thrown in the water for about one hour.

Today I drove by Torrey Pines beach on the way to La Jolla and decided to stop by to check out the water conditions. The tide was low, there was no wind, it was warm, sunny, and the waves were not too bad…

I was excited when I was able to go past the waves, and was surprised by a ‘fever’ of  stingrays that swam right under my board. I was thrilled!

My plan was to paddle a little south and then return to where I started…

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A lonely pelican in the vast ocean…

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Considering the possibility of paddling all the way to La Jolla since the water was so calm…

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Taking a few minutes to admire the beauty of Torrey Pines Reserve from the ocean for the first time…
 
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This fishing boat kept me going. I knew if something went wrong, somebody will notice.

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Scripps Pier. A familiar place.
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Even though this trip was not planned, I was prepared for it. I knew the opportunity was going to present itself someday, and I had to take it when it did. 

Soraya Gonzalez Sherwin