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Study Trip Peru (4): CEDNA Project and the most Adorable Restaurant in the World

We all survived the first night at our ‘army barracks’ hostel, where during the night it’s freezing cold. But with a sleeping bag and two extra blankets on the bed, as well as warm and thickly dressed it’s do-able. 1,547 more words

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The Ultimate Death Road

As with any unforgettable drunken night,  the next morning didn’t start off too well. Hungover and sleep deprived, we somehow forced ourselves on to a bus at 8am. 460 more words

Backpacking

Altitude or Elevation?

Most people use the two words interchangeably, but they’re not really the same. If you find yourself aloft, in a jet plane leaving the US for a South American adventure you are at altitude, a certain distance above mean sea level. 355 more words

Quito

CHILE – OUR REAL CARTOON ADVENTURE (part 6 of 11)

(SEE PART 5 HERE http://adamhalevi777.com/2015/01/26/chile-our-real-cartoon-adventure-part-5-of-11/

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No stay in Chile’s northernmost city of Arica is complete without an excursion to the Lauca National Park – with its fabled lakes and volcanoes. 1,148 more words

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On Location DIY Hardcore No Frills Shitty Tablet With No Real Microphone Episode

Hello friends and friendettes, hola y que pasa, this is my new short but too-cool-for-school podcast on location from the front yard of my in-law’s home in Fusagasuga, Colombia. 35 more words

Observations

Did I tell you yet that condors are the new pink? Well, they are! So you should probably book a tour to the Canon del colca when you get into Peru. 485 more words

Stories For Strangers

Traveling Peru: Cusco

Cusco is everything I thought Peru would be — vibrant, happy and cultural. Once the capital of the Inca Empire, locals pride themselves on their Inca tradition and heritage. 505 more words

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