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Mexico is an internationally recognized travel destination, popular not only among international tourists but also locals who will flock from each corner of the country to virtually any place that offers an escape from ordinary, mundane life. Now that I live here, I am exploring all these Mexico hidden gems little by little, something I…
Hi there! I’m Patri!
Hi! My name is Patri, the person behind Spanish Nomad. Meeting people from around the world has always fascinated me. During my high school and college years, I participated in a few educational exchanges that left in me a travel itch.
In 2011, I left Spain and have been a nomad ever since, living in different countries all around the globe and experiencing an extraordinary life full of travel and unforgettable experiences that I would love to share with you.
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Make Mongolia your next adventure destination
Bucket list items you need to add to your Mongolian trip
Planning a road trip throughout Mongolia? Read this before you go!
Plan your stay in Ulaanbaatar with this comprehensive list of things to do in the Mongolian city.
Every year, Mongolians flock to Khuvsgul Lake to celebrate the Ice Festival. According to this article, the Ice Festival first started in 2000 as a celebration of the lake. Despite extreme temperatures of minus 25 degrees Celsius, the Festival attracts many visitors and it is getting more popular every year. Here are 5 reasons why…