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20 For 20 – The Malecon

Or Boardwalk, in Puerto Vallarta has been a most important gathering centre from 1936 for locals. And it is certainly one of the ‘must-dos' for visitors to enjoy a stroll and admire the Pacific Ocean and fantastic sunsets. It can be said that the Malecon is much like an open-air museum next to the sea.  Its bronze sculptures, the most famous being the Caballo de Mar, are symbols of Puerto Vallarta, as are the grand and ephemeral sand sculptures on the beach, giving rise even more to the reputation of Puerto Vallarta as the coastal city with a vibrant art scene.

You will fall in love with Puerto Vallarta.

20 For 20 – A Walk in the Park

 

The Cerro Castillo National Park is one of the crown flowers of South Chile. The Park takes its name from the mountain from the jagged silhouette in the shape of a castle that dominates the landscape, and it is a real paradise for all trekking lovers: the typical vegetation of the steppe.  Steppe is embellished with woods of native shrubs that open up Pure Turquoise lagoons and suspended glaciers, habitat of the shy Andean Deer, foxes, guanaco and puma among others. 

20 For 20 – Tohoku Packs a Punch

Lesser-known Tohoku is the perfect place to experience Japan’s tranquil side. Japan's popularity among travellers comes as no surprise to anyone as the archipelago is overflowing with natural beauty, historical sites, delicious food, and unique experiences. The northeastern Tohoku region packs just as much of a punch as its big-city counterparts — and with just a fraction of the crowds.

20 For 20 – Stari Most

Mostar’s arresting bridge, Stari Most, was destroyed in 1993 in the Croat-Bosniak War. Restored in consultation with UNESCO, it’s now considered a symbol of reconciliation. With cobblestoned streets, old stone buildings, and its beautiful bridge spanning the picturesque Neretva River, this town looks like it was plucked from the pages of a fairytale. Mostar also…
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