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The Charming Bolivian Capital Of Sucre

Many people (myself included, before I started to research an itinerary for my South America trip) assume that La Paz is the capital of Bolivia. It is after all the largest Bolivian city and the largest centre in the country for commerce, finance and industry. It’s also where the government seat is held. However Bolivia’s official […]

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Tango dancing: the heart of Argentina

At the heart of Argentina, in the souls of all the people, is an immense love for the tango dance. You’ll find it happening on the street corners, in the subways, and in restaurants. It’s as if the locals’ emotions are expressed in dance! It’s in their blood! Don’t Miss The Tango in Argentina We […]

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5 must-try drinks in Argentina

Ahh, Argentina, the land of beautiful people and tango, the Paris of South America. Besides the wild partying and the intellectual culture of psychoanalysis, Argentina has a lot to offer. Everyone always talks about how amazing the food is, but what about the drinks? Whether you go to the bustling capital of Buenos Aires or […]

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The best hikes in Rio de Janeiro

View from Morro do Leme

While Rio de Janeiro has an amazing coastline, the city offers so much more than just beachside relaxation and caipirinha sipping. In fact, the best way to enjoy the coastline for an adventurous traveler might not be from the seaside, but rather viewed from up above. Luckily, there are three awesome and easy-to-reach hikes within […]

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Is Christ the Redeemer on your bucket list?

Maybe it should be. The most iconic monument of Brazil (and, some argue, South America), Christ the Redeemer is an epic reminder of the power of the Christian faith and also an important symbol of the city of Rio de Janeiro. Almost 2 million tourists visit the statue every year, and many more dream of […]

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Cambodian Cities OTHER Than Siem Reap

When heading to Cambodia, almost everyone makes a first stop in Siem Reap. And it makes sense. Home to the […]


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