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Archive | January, 2011

Fotos de Chile

Photo of the Day: Church at Parinacota Chile

This photo was taken during our 3-day 4×4 road trip through Northern Chile’s Altiplano. “The church was built in the 17th century in the form of a central nave with two side chapels. The walls are made of stone and clay and are supported by exterior arches of stones without mortar. The floor is made […]

Bus Ferry Lake Titicaca Bolivia

Photo of the Day: Bus Ferry Across Tiquina Straits

We were leaving Peru and crossing the border into Bolivia to arrive at the beach town of Copacabana. During our border crossing drive, we arrived at the Straits of Tiquina. The bus dropped us all off at the waters edge and we quickly discovered what was about to happen based on other floating buses and […]

Maipu Mendoza, Argentina

Mendoza Argentina Wine Pictures

One of the most popular wine regions to visit in Mendoza, Argentina is Maipu.  Maipu is easily accessible from Mendoza by local bus or your own transportation.  The entire Mendoza wine region is most known throughout the world for it’s Malbec wines.  Experience the thin skinned grapes in a variety of vineyards serving the intense […]

Apocalypse

Where to Travel Before the World Ends?

Apocalypse All signs are pointing to the world ending on December 21, 2012, or at least according to the Mayan Calendar, I Ching, and Nostradamus.  Birds and fish dying in mass, flash floods in Australia, severe drought and the hottest Summer on record aren’t helping subdue our fears either.  So what better way to react […]

Inca Cusco

Machu Picchu Pictures

The Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru is perhaps one of the most spectacular sites you can visit in South America. From the complexity of building the city on top of a mountain ridge surrounded by mountains, to the unbelievable story of how it remained intact and untouched for hundreds of years all contribute […]

Travel Patagonia

Travel Patagonia – Puerto Natales, Chile

If you are planning to travel patagonia and visit Torres del Paine National Park in Chile, you will inevitably arrive to Puerto Natales.  Lying next to the cloudy turquoise glacier shores of Seno Ultima Esperanza, extreme wind conditions are common.  It’s a small town with most buildings only a single story with the main street […]

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