The Japanese city of Shima has for two decades had a theme park dedicated to Spain, the Shima Spain Village, which represents some of the most emblematic monuments of our country, and among them occupies a prominent place the Camino de Santiago. This entertainment centre tries to reflect the most famous locations in Spain. The attractions have names such as Plaza de Colón, Carabela Santa María, the Pyrenees, Gran Montserrat, the Gaudí carousel or Puerta del Cambrón Theatre where documentaries such as Viva la Blanca Paloma (Long Live the White Dove) are shown on a giant screen.
Next to the shops there are also restaurants such as Mi casa, Gallo, gallina, Alhambra, Torero, Polvorón or Camino de Santiago and shops with names such as Valencia, Marinero, Lladró or Cháchara. The centre has an area of 34 hectares, 28 attractions, 23 restaurants and cafés and 19 shops in the route from santiago to finisterre. The park, which annually receives more than 1.5 million visitors, usually hires a high percentage of Spanish workers for the entire season among dancers, bailaores, waiters and clerks.
I don’t remember the exact moment when my life began to twist. But what I do remember is all the years when I woke up every morning and asked myself the same question: Will I ever be happy again? Even now, when I look back, I still don’t understand why I felt that way. I didn’t have a perfect life, but things weren’t going badly for me either. My family loved me. I had friends to go out with, to have fun with, and with whom I could share both my joys and my sorrows.
I was healthy, I had just found a job that I liked and in which both my peers and my boss valued and appreciated me. It was as if I was the one who had something wrong inside of me. I felt like a house that looked normal from the outside, but inside the walls were about to collapse… Worst of all, I always had the same question in my head: Will I ever be happy again?
From Bolivia, the great heights that most of its territory possesses are valued. It is a country located in the central-western region of South America, which in addition to having great heights and a variable diversity of elevations, is a nation that has beautiful sites for tourism such as: the Titicaca and its Lake, the City of Potosí, Madidi Park, El Salar de Uyuni, among others.
Salar de Uyuni is the largest and majestic highest desert in the world that is perpetually salt. In addition to the salt it contains, it represents the largest lithium reserve on the planet. Located at an elevation of about 3650 meters above sea level, this salt has an unimaginable mineral and natural wealth. Of the wonders and natural graces that can be found in the Salar de Uyuni, there are numerous lagoons covered with extraordinary beauties that you can see in the tour salar de uyuni. In reality, this salt has become one of the most important destinations of the Republic of Bolivia. Therefore, knowing it can be a great and great experience for tourists who visit it.