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Easter Island: Why Are There Giant Statues on a Mysterious Pacific Island

In the Southern Pacific Ocean, a remote volcanic island looms out of the sea with giant stone statues. The Easter Island Statues. So who put these giant stone heads on Easter Island and... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 12-10-16


Sandboarding and Wine Tasting at the Huacachina Oasis

This is post 3 of 6 in the series “Peru and Bolivia Trip” Perhaps I just wasn’t as travel saavy as I thought but I had NO idea that 4 hours... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 10-10-16


Visiting Paracas and Isla Ballestas, Peru

This is post 2 of 6 in the series “Peru and Bolivia Trip” Located about 3 hours south of Lima, Paracas is the sleepy beach town famous for the Paracas National... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 10-10-16


Eating My Way Through Lima, Peru

This is post 1 of 6 in the series “Peru and Bolivia Trip” Those visiting Peru often use Lima as a hub for transportation to Cusco. Those people need to seriously... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 10-10-16


Solo Travel in Cartagena in Five Vignettes

Caution and Payoff My guard is up as I land in Cartagena. Not only is this my first time in Colombia, it’s my first time in South America since 2008. And... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 07-10-16


6 Cities to visit in Colombia

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write Colombia is at the top of everyone’s travel bucket list these days, especially when visiting South America for the... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 29-09-16


5 Useful Tips to Visit the Salar de Uyuni

The Salar de Uyuni is a bit like being bludgeoned by wonder. How to Visit the Salar de Uyuni by Elliott Gresswell How to Visit the Salar de Uyuni The Salar de Uyuni is... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 28-09-16


Lost in Quito

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write For a woman who typically travels solo, I often find myself surrounded by other travelers and rarely spend time alone.... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 23-09-16


Why Everyone Should Try Adventure Travel

I’ve never considered myself an adventure traveler. I like museums, trying food, going on walking tours, and exploring historical monuments. I never thought that adventure travel would be something that I... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 15-09-16


Teaching Tourism and Experiential Education Through Travel: Mister Brazil!

This exciting article is from Teaching Traveling! If you see it on any website besides www.teachingtraveling.com or any RSS feed besides the one from www.teachingtraveling.com it has been stolen without permission. ... Read More

Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 11-09-16


Traveling in Colombia: The Best Moments

When I decided to take a 2.5-week solo trip to Colombia, I wanted to pack in as much variety as possible. Cities and rural areas, destinations for both locals and international... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 07-09-16


Copacabana

As we headed South East from Cusco to Puno, which was just a single night stop over, before we hopped on a bus to head across the border... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 06-09-16


Copacabana

As we headed South East from Cusco to Puno, which was just a single night stop over, before we hopped on a bus to head across the border... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 06-09-16


Copacabana

As we headed South East from Cusco to Puno, which was just a single night stop over, before we hopped on a bus to head across the border... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 06-09-16


Embarrassing Stories from my Travels

This weekend I played tourist in my hometown and took the Metro to the Olympic Stadium for First Fridays, a massive food truck gathering on the first Friday of each summer... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 05-09-16


Bogotá

I’m currently in Bogotá – for work! Here’s a few photos from my time in the city. ... Read More

Travel Post by Wills Blog of Travel and Life on the 04-09-16


AK Monthly Recap: August 2016

It was the month of Colombia! I spent 19 days exploring my 64th country and getting back into the groove of long-term solo travel after several trips with friends and short... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 02-09-16


23 Traditional Ecuadorian Food You Must Try

Ecuador is one of my favourite countries and I’m always discovering new Ecuadorian food each time I go. Ecuador is a small country but its food is so diverse. The geography of... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 08-08-16


Cusco and The Sacred Valley

Flying into Cusco was surreal. From so high up, it’s so small amongst the Andes, which dwarf the town. Or should I say city? It’s home to over 340,000 people... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 01-08-16


Cusco and The Sacred Valley

Flying into Cusco was surreal. From so high up, it’s so small amongst the Andes, which dwarf the town. Or should I say city? It’s home to over 340,000 people... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 01-08-16


Cusco and The Sacred Valley

Flying into Cusco was surreal. From so high up, it’s so small amongst the Andes, which dwarf the town. Or should I say city? It’s home to over 340,000 people... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 01-08-16


How to Host an Argentinean Asado

The Argentinean asado is not just a barbecue. It is the nucleus of passion and everything important to Argentineans. On weekends in Argentina, spending time with family and friends begins Sunday... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 29-07-16


VIDEO: The best Empanadas in Santiago?

The best Empanadas in Santiago, Chile? We often frequent restaurants as we travel around the world based on research and recommendations; however, a third method, and one that is even more exciting,... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 10-07-16


VIDEO: Eating Milanesa in Buenos Aires

Eating Milanesa in Buenos Aires, Argentina During our first brief visit to Buenos Aires, Argentina we visited El Club de la Milanesa for lunch and it was one of the better meals... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 08-07-16


VIDEO: #eatArgentina – Argentine food series

#eatArgentina – Argentine food series from Buenos Aires Hey guys! We’re thrilled to announce a new Argentine food series from Buenos Aires: #eatArgentina The plan, now that we’re back in Buenos Aires for... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 06-07-16


VIDEO: Chorrillana – Chilean Snack in Santiago, Chile

Chorrillana: Typical Chilean Snack in Santiago, Chile One of the classic Chilean snack food dishes worth trying when visiting Santiago is something called Chorrillana. This dish, which is worth sharing with a... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 05-07-16


Machu Picchu

We had high expectations, considering the price we had paid to get ourselves here, but we’d never take back our experience of Machu Picchu, and photos could never do it... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 06-06-16


Machu Picchu

We had high expectations, considering the price we had paid to get ourselves here, but we’d never take back our experience of Machu Picchu, and photos could never do it... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 06-06-16


Machu Picchu

We had high expectations, considering the price we had paid to get ourselves here, but we’d never take back our experience of Machu Picchu, and photos could never do it... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 06-06-16


Pacifying Rio’s Favelas – Out with the Gangs, now bring on the Tourists

I first became interested in visiting Brazil's favelas when Dave was working on The Hulk in 2007. Some of the cast and crew flew down to Rio to film the opening... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 24-05-16