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A hidden treasure: The Mediterranean diet

The Mediterranean diet is not only a set of food recommendations but also a way of life. This diet refers to a millenary culture tradition based on homemade food and food as a pretext for dialogue. In this lifestyle ingredients, techniques and recipes are combined with a physically active life favoured by the goodness of the climate. It is a way of life in which it is shared and celebrater around a table, where local and seasonal ingredients have prominence, where ingredients of plant origin abound and those from the animal are anecdotal. Recipes are used that have been passed from generation to generation and whose variants are found in the different countries of the region, each adapted to local resources. You could say that Mediterranean food is the antithesis of fast food. Even in Italy, a movement called “slow food” was born that claims this other form of food.

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7 great cities in Spain you must visit

Spain is known as a country with great and beautiful beaches, excellent weather and their tapas food. In this article, we would like to tell you a bit more about our top 7 cities in Spain.

 

Barcelona

Famous for the beautiful beach, excellent food, iconic architecture and their nightlife. Barcelona is the capital and largest city in Spain’s Catalonia region.

Visit museums, beautiful churches, Barcelona stadium, palm-tree filled plazas, excellent restaurants, shops and several Roman archaeological sites and of course, a lot more great places in Barcelona.

When you are in Barcelona, don’t forget to visit Gaudi’s famous La Sagrada Familia Basilica. It is the most popular tourist attraction in Barcelona and probably in the whole of Spain.

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Palma de Mallorca Cathedral Beach

My Erasmus in Palma de Mallorca

Hi, it’s Sam again! Today I’m going to tell you about my Erasmus experience that I had two years ago.

During my university studies, I had the opportunity to study abroad as part of the Erasmus program. Studying english philology at the time, I wanted to go to a Spanish speaking country since it was the language I wanted to work on the most despite what I was studying. And one of the universities that offered such courses in Spain and that was a partner of my university was the UIB, la Universitat de las Illes Baleares. So, after sorting the different paperwork, I was off to Palma de Mallorca to live abroad for the first time.

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Latin Dances For Charities

Hola People is a fun and entertaining company, formed by different people from all over the world.

We are always ready to put a smile on your face, to help you meet other people and create new friendships, and to entertain your days with many different activities.

Here’s why besides our different activities, we collaborate and participate in different charity events giving and offering our courses in order to help them boost the donations for their heart-warming causes.

Do you want a few examples? Keep on reading!

 

Salsa charity event at St. Johns

One of our first participation was for the “One Great Day2 charity event.

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Salsa classes at La Parrilla

Come dance salsa with us in Liverpool Bold Street

Let’s put the cards on the table. How many times have you thought about doing some exercise, and you have ended up sitting in your living room looking for excuses until it is too late to go to the gym. No more excuses! Why don’t you try dancing Salsa?

Hola People gives you a place, good music, and the instructor, you only need to put the energy in!

 

Take a look at the impact that dancing would have on your life:

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The best things to see and do in Murcia

Murcia offers the traveller a magnificent cathedral, the Royal Casino, squares, markets, bridges, shops and a vibrant outdoor life.
Murcia is a warm city, but not in the climatological sense – that too – but in the ethereal one. Its people are open and friendly; its varied and tasty cuisine; his parties and celebrations are intense; and a beautiful historic centre, for which it is a pleasure to get lost, finish the job with honour.

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Day trip Castles of Wales

On Saturday February 10, I went on a day trip “Castles of Wales” which was organized by Daytripper Liverpool. First I would like to tell you how it goes. You can sign up for the trip by going to the office or via their website and book your seat online. On the day of the trip, there is a meeting point where you can get on the bus. Daytripper Liverpool wants to have everything perfect and they are really kind and funny. You sure will enjoy your day out. I did and I’ve had a day which I will never forget.

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