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Mindo, Ecuador: beautiful Eco-tourism

Eco-tourism is what brings nearly 200,000 tourists annually to Mindo, usually to decompress after visiting the Galapagos. Eco-tourism is key...

Machu Picchu: Dimes on the Dollar

Machu Picchu is Trip Advisor Travelers’ Choice of the World’s most beloved landmark. Want to go?  You don’t need a...

Ecuador: Puerto Lopez

The small fishing village of Puerto Lopez, Ecuador offers relaxing entertainment:  exploring Isla de la Plata, ocean kyaking, whale watching,...

Chocolates Pacha: Bean to Bar

Tourists visit Puerto Lopez, Ecuador for three major reasons: Isla de la Plata, whale watching and the beach. What they...

Argentina: Iguazu Waterfalls

Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World,  Iguazu Waterfalls (Cataratus Iguazú), the largest...

Fishing Rio Parana

Rio Parana, the second longest river in South America behind the mighty Amazon, divides Brasil, Argentina and Paraguay. The focus...

Iquique: Chile’s Resort Destination

Iquique has reinvented itself from a sleepy little fishing village to a nitrate power house and, now, a tourist destination....

Chile’s Atacama Desert

The first thing that comes to mind when you think of the desert is sand. However, the Atacama Desert in...

Argentina: Villavicencio Natural Reserve

At first sight of Villavicencio, it reminded me of a Swiss Alps ski lodge that lost it’s way and ended...

Peru

My husband and I started planning our trip to Peru as soon as we learned that our daughter, Rachel, was...

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