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These three ingredients will make your soul mate go crazy: a cliff top overlooking the Pacific Ocean, a sunset, a park called Parque del Amor, and … what more do you want, you romantics? If you're excessively sweet, romantic, and cuddly, then you absolutely need to come here. In the middle of the park there's a statue called "El Beso", which depicts embracing lovers engaged in a passionate kiss, surrounded by "Parco Guell"-style benches, covered in colorful mosaics and love quotations. People say that lovers meet in this park to admire the sunset and compete in a contest for the longest kiss under the statue. Opened in 1993 on St Valentine's day, it is completely dedicated to romanticism, and at every hour of the day and night you can see couples kissing, huddled close together. And remember that if too much sweetness goes to your head, a rush of adrenalin is waiting for you only one step away: the cliff top overlooking the Pacific Ocean. But don't get too close!
I had been wanting to come here for more than 15 years. As you know, Giuly, I've been telling you about this mysterious place since we started dating. It's been hard to keep it a secret for 6 years, and you tried everything possible to make me reveal it to you, but you were never managed. I managed to bring you here, and the secret was finally revealed: Uros Islands, the floating straw islands on Lake Titicaca. You couldn't believe your eyes when you saw them. Your amazement lasted for minutes. Walking on top of them made us feel incredible. It was like we'd landed on a different …
How are you feeling? Not good. And you? Same here. Do we stop now? No, let’s keep going . We’re at an altitude of over four thousand meters, we’re running out of oxygen, and just the tiniest movement requires superhuman efforts . Even our legendary off-road vehicle Jimny has to face its own crucial challenge today: dirt road, incredibly steep and dusty, rocks falling down the faces of the mountain, breathtaking steep drops. With perseverance, and the help our legendary off-road vehicle, we conquer the mountain top . Surrounded by volcanoes at an altitude of …
How many times did we drive up and down our favorite bridge? 10, 20 times? Thank goodness people need to pay a toll every time they cross it, otherwise we’d stay here and drive from one side to the other 100, 1000 times a day . We’re nuts. Still, driving with the fog coming up to street level was just surreal. It felt like running on clouds with our car.
To the boy that climbed 740 steps up a rock face, carried my board up a volcano, helped with my trekkers pack, picked mango out of my teeth, kept me warm, and never lost his temper in two months of traveling - a very big thank you!
There are just a few chances to see this valley so clearly because of the pollution so I hope you enjoy the view!