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Post on 12-Jul-2016
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Albaraccin, Spain Its amazing the Spanish dont make more of this place, but maybe some of its appeal is in the fact that they dont. Alberracin is an ancient town, hidden deep within a gorge, surrounded by stunning scenery and a national park. Spend a few relaxing days photographing the cobbled streets, crooked houses, castle, palace and cathedral. Then take the A1512 south towards Bezas and this will take you high up to a plateau through dense forest. Get out of the car and walk along the rim the views are breathtaking.Look out for... the pains au chocolat!
Havana, Cuba Theres a unique atmosphere in Havana, one where the locals all seem to be genuinely happy and love having their photo taken. Explore the old city on foot, take in the architecture and the classic cars, and get up early and watch the city come to life. Avoid the hottest times of year and the hurricane season! Also make an effort to visit the World Heritage town of Trinidad.Look out for... being short-changed at the airports departure tax counter. Turn the page for more destinations
Angkor, Cambodia When you mention Angkor, most people think of Angkor Wat, the largest religious structure in the world. But the surrounding temples are far more photogenic. Check out Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm and Banteay Kdei for the best photos. The best times to visit are sunrise and sunset,
as most of the tourists will be at Angkor Wat. Angkor is also home to the worlds cutest kids, who make a living from selling souvenirs. Theyre happy to have their photos taken but will expect you to buy something.Look out for... tap water. Buy cans, not bottles.