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Castro, Chile

Castro is a rather pleasant place to wander around by foot for half a day exploring, particularly on a sunny day. On Chiloe Island, it is Chile’s third oldest city, dating from 1576, and home to 40,000 people. 286 more words


Landslide pushes Colombian bus into ravine, killing at least 13

BOGOTA (Reuters) – At least 13 people, including a newborn, were killed on Sunday when a landslide pushed a bus into a ravine in southwest Colombia, the disaster relief agency said. 97 more words

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Sunshine, rides and small bikinis - 21/01/2018

Last night was one of my funniest experiences. Sarah and I decided to treat ourselves to a delicious ice cream. We weren’t terribly hungry so we thought it would be best to buy the absolute smallest ice cream you can buy. 699 more words

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Mexico - San Miguel de Allende & Dolores Hidalgo

San Miguel de Allende was the frosting on the cake!!!   We fell in love with it.  Culture galore!   Great restaurants, art galleries, museums, theaters, music….really great.    249 more words


My Peruvian story as told by Instagram pics

Instagram account: @Isa_journo

“Cya Australia! -November 2, 2017” 

“Zorritos City. The highway. November 7, 2017.” 

“I am sitting on a beach in South America watching football and drinking beer wondering what the hell I did to deserve this. 309 more words


Why we go to church

Church is a massive part of both of our lives. It’s something that we’ve missed lots but that has also brought us times of great joy while we’ve been away. 2,110 more words

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Day 6: Guayaquil to Zaruma

Today we traveled just about 170 miles to Zaruma. We traveled through banana groves, cacao groves, and an interesting mix of mountains and flat lands. At one point there were large shade trees that remind me of ones I have seen in photos of Africa. 405 more words