Juan Alberto Casado

Máster en Cultura de Paz y Licenciado en Comunicación. Escritor de espíritu crítico, amante del movimiento, viajero por el ánimo de aprender y salir de las tinieblas del desconocimiento. He viajado por 55 países, viviendo dos años en China.

Children of Rwanda

children of rwanda

There were dozens of children of Rwanda following us (my friend Andy, the priest of the local chuch who was performing as a guide that day, and me) along the trails between the small villages in the Lake Kivu area. It was Saturday and the children were not in school.

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Playing games around the world

playing games

Photos of 12 groups of people playing games in different parts of the world.

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Discovering Bujumbura, Burundi

Here you can find some photos about my days discovering Bujumbura. The travel advice the UK Gov mentions about Burundi is: “If you don’t have an essential reason to stay in Burundi, you should leave if the opportunity arises to do so safely by commercial means”. The Spanish one says: …

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Countryside in Eastern Congo

Photos from the trips from Goma to the Virunga National Park to visit the gorillas, and another trip to hike the Nyiragongo volcano. It is supposed to be a land at war, a “no-go area”, one of the most dangerous zones of Africa. Well, I am not going to deny …

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Life in Goma, Eastern Congo

Life in Eastern Congo How is life in Eastern Congo, a region of the world so devastated by armed conflict? In our minds we can fill the shadows of knowledge with visions of war movies, terror and destruction. Foreign Offices of most countries of the world encourage people to avoid by …

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Song Kol Lake

Song Kol Lake is an alpine lake in northern Kyrgyzstan. It lies at an altitude of 3016 m, and it has a length of 29 km. It is surrounded by tall mountains but it also has valleys with pasture during summers. Nomad herders set their yurts near the lake from June …

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Brick Makers

brick makers

I was walking back to my hostel on the outskirts of Kampala when I first saw the brick kilns smoking. At first I did not know what it was, because the factory was about 400 meters down the hill and I had never seen one before, but I decided to …

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Maasai life, Kenya

During my stay in Kenya I was able to know more about how the Maasai life was. Going from Nairobi to Maasai Mara by public transportation was a great experience by itself. After two whole days of safari in the National Park, I stayed four more days just to walk …

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Kampala City Festival, Uganda

Kampala Festival

The Kampala Festival started to be celebrated every October since 2012. The festival is described by the organizers as “the biggest street party in East-Afrika is a signature brand that draws multitudes to Kampala every October to celebrate culture, innovation, unity and social life”. With the aim of projecting “the image …

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Taklamakan Desert

The Taklamakan Desert is the second largest shifting sand desert in the world, with most of it made up of shifting sand dunes. It looks like a desert landscape like the one you watch in the movies… and Chinese people in the city of Dunhuang knew how to use it …

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