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Tourspain has recently released a set of virtual reality glasses that lets travelers explore all that Spain has to offer. (I’m still waiting for the moment someone can send some paella through the computer.)
I find it confusing that in a nation with so few federal holidays we take a day to celebrate a man responsible for some pretty awful things — like initiating the transatlantic slave trade and genocide of natives. How in the spherical world did this all come about?
About a week before setting off to New Zealand, I was talking with an acquaintance about how I would soon be moving there, and then he asked me: “So,” he said, “are you going to visit anywhere else in Europe while you’re there?”
No, going to Mexico doesn’t mean you’ll automatically be kidnapped and murdered. In fact, its international reputation practically ensures there’s a treasure trove of secrets and gems visitors are delighted to discover.
I would have liked to know what I was getting into beforehand. Before I was standing the entire time for a train ride, without any AC. There are definitely a couple of things to be aware of, well, to make it a pleasant journey.
Chuck Thompson once wrote, “I love England because it’s like a grown-up America, a fact I’m reminded of as soon as I get on a British Airways flight or hop into a London cab and people stop treating me as though I’d just learned to finger paint.”