By Paco Nadal
«Decir que España es el país con mayor variedad paisajística de Europa sería una obviedad. ¿En qué otro lugar del continente podrías desayunar en un desierto casi africano, entre azufaifas, palmitos y henequenes, y cenar junto a las cumbres nevadas de una cordillera de ambiente alpino? Entre un extremo y otro se despliegan innumerables lugares mágicos: paisajes, aldeas, catedrales, puentes, ermitas, bosques... Excusas maravillosas para moverse, para viajar y descubrir un territorio único. Los 365 lugares de este libro, que podrían haber sido quinientos o mil, son una selección muy own de sitios que recomendaría visitar. » Paco Nadal
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Raised as a Catholic, I still find it difficult to have warm and mushy feelings toward snakes. We stopped here and there, never encountering another vehicle, and listened to the quiet buzz of insects and the lazy calls of birds slumbering in the midday sun. There was a torporous serenity to the island, and the lingering small pressures that remained of our lives in Washington, the urge to hurry on, to check e-mail, to do errands, evaporated with the rising heat. On the north shore of Efate, the views took a sudden turn toward the dramatic.
But one’s sense of poverty becomes skewed in moving so quickly from America, where technically most people are hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt and even the poor have televisions, to a place like Vanuatu, where wealth is measured in pig tusks. “I think it might be Sunday,” Sylvia said as she used our Swiss Army knife to carve holes into her coconut like an old Pacific hand. At some point in our journey, we had crossed the international date line, that imaginary line where today becomes tomorrow, and the moment you were experiencing just a moment ago is now, apparently, a couple of days behind you.