The northern Brazil travel destination of Salvador offers visitors a unique combination of colonial era history and African culture all mixed together.
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Your Peru travel adventure doesn’t have to break the bank. Explore a local market for a cheap, cultural experience.
With travellers often making a beeline for either the gorgeous beaches on Thailand’s many islands or heading north to try jungle trekking, Bangkok often becomes a whistestop tour. I could happily stay for weeks in this wonderful city but over the years there have been occassions where all I’ve had is one day. Believe me, […]
In this travel guest post for 2Backpackers.com, Andrea of the Butterflyist, shares her experience at a Bangkok shopping mall in this travel photo of the day. This shoe stall in one of Bangkok’s indoor shopping malls unwittingly represents everything that Bangkok is, and why I adore the city! Brash, bright, cramped, colourful and eager to […]
The Otavalo Market is one of South America’s most grandest and famous markets. The best day to experience the market during Ecuador travel is on Saturdays. From Quito, it’s a 2 hour bus ride to the city of Otavalo. Passengers will start to get off the bus at several stops after you enter town, but […]
This photo was taken at the Tarabuco Market near Sucre, Bolivia. Read more about the Tarabuco Market
Also read… Visiting the Tarabuco Market In Tarabuco, Bolivia, there is a market every Sunday. In this photo women are selling fresh fruits and vegetables. At the far back end of the market, there is a section where bartering is still practiced.
In Tarabuco, Bolivia, Sunday begins bright and early, 4am early for the Yampara people who walk 4 to 6 hours up and over mountain ranges into town to participate in the weekly market. At the far back end of the market, where not many tourist go, there is a section where bartering is still practiced. […]