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a blog on the Basque Country and neighbouring areas- Spain

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I don´t really know if I can do this, but I leave it to the forum administrators...

I´ve just started a new blog, http://mugalari.wordpress.com, called Mugalari-Crossing Borders, that pretends to be a way to describe our particularities as Basques and talk about restaurants, places to see, thing to do with time, landscapes, special corners of this land, places you would never go becauseyoudidn´tknowtheywerethere, habits, way of life, etc..., from a local point of view. It´ll be a bit off the beaten track things, but not exclusively and focused on practical aspects. It will also cover aspects of other Spanish regions.

All your suggestions are welcome, and it´s open for your comments.

BTW, a "mugalari" (in Basque, a "frontier crosser") was a person that helped the people that wanted to cross to France in the tough years...

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