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I´ve resurrected an old blog on the Basque Country

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Funny when I entered into my statistics a month ago and was very surprised to find out that there have been 24,135 visits to a blog that I had abandoned a couple of years ago. So I decided to bring it to life again, considering also some changes in my life. It was born several years ago as a mean of showing foreign visitors the less known aspects and places in my dear Basque Country. Some months after I started, I was contacted by the Basque Television Network to move it to their web, and so I did. Recession forced them to close all blogs in English and my blog became an orphan. So here it´s again, resurrected after death...design is the initial one, awful, but I guess it´s not that relevant. For those that want to know a bit more about the Basque Country, http://mugalari.wordpress.com/.

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