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In 2017 I had the opportunity to travel to one of the Eastern European countries, Romania. Actually, I went to do a journalistic work about one of the darkest moments in this country, the Nicolae Ceaușescu dictatorship; It was quite an interesting job but it was a hard experience with grayish tones. I had the opportunity to speak with survivors of the communist regime and even visited prisons of the time when hundreds of people were tortured and never managed to get out of there again.

Despite the fact that this work was quite enriching and I learned a lot from the Romanian past, I realized that there are not really many authors who rescue the colorful side of this beautiful country. There are thousands of publications on western European countries such as France, Spain, England, Italy, etc. but the eastern side is somewhat forgotten. For this reason, together with a dear friend of Spanish origin, I dedicated myself to traveling around the country and investigating other aspects such as history before communism, Romanian art, gastronomy (which is one of the best I have ever tried, and a Mexican is saying this!), its architecture, and all the aspects that make this country unique and unrepeatable.

The purpose of this journalistic and graphic work was to invite Spanish speakers to travel to Romania, to know all the contrasts and hues of this culture, and like me, they fall in love with the place and its people. If you want to read this book and travel to Romania, do not hesitate, this will be a great help for your trip and also general culture about this country. There is a printed version and PDF.

I was also able to participate in a publication for a Spanish travel magazine. This time we visited Stockholm, Sweden; We focused on a museum called "Skansen" that is outdoors, however, not less interesting and captivating because it shows the Swedish life of the centuries prior to the beginning of the era of industrialization in the country.


I remember that upon entering it felt as if I was traveling to another time and space where life was easier and more natural, but not less attractive. The members of the museum acted so naturally that he did not suggest that it was an act; rather, people were seen doing their daily activities such as cooking, hanging clothes, going to work on the farm or in the fields, etc. It was a unique experience and that is why I shared it in this travel magazine. If you enlarge the images you will be able to see their content more thoroughly.

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