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Uruguay: From Gauchos and Mate, through Portunol Carnival, to Punta del Este Chic

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Mexico City: Chaotic, Vibrant, Delirious

  Mexico City: Chaotic, Vibrant, Delirious     ...read more

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In Search of Cuzco, the Eternal City

  If one aims to understand South America, they should go to Peru. Its immense territorial expanse, its sharply defined geographical zones that replicate and contain the geographical diversity of the continent as a whole, its vibrant history that has unfolded in concentric circles within the local, regional, and transoceanic contact zones, qualify this Pacific/Andean/Amazonian republic and former empire to stand in for South America as a whole. And yet, within the dizzying labyrinth of locations and experiences encountered in Peru, one place defies all stereotypes and clich&e...read more

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Uruguay: From Gauchos and Mate, through Portunol Carnival, to Punta del Este Chic

URUGUAY: FROM GAUCHOS AND MATE, THROUGH PORTUNOL CARNIVAL, TO PUNTA DEL ESTE CHIC   What does a South American “safe haven” look like? Seek no further than Uruguay, a tiny nation comprising slightly over three million people, sheltered by a temperate climate, and ensconced in the protective hold of a stable democracy and a solid economy. The Eastern Republic of Uruguay was named after the river that runs along its western border with Argentina, and until two hundred years ago, the two countries had indeed formed part of the unified Eastern Province. In the...read more

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Medellin Illuminated

  Medellín Illuminated: The Marvel of Antioquia Lights Up the World...read more

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