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Discovering Lima, Peru

As with so much of this exasperating yet alluring continent, the glaring divide between the impoverished and the wealthy is markedly felt in Peru, perhaps nowhere more deeply accentuated than here in the capital of Lima. 1,103 more words

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After a stormy night


After a night of camping in strong wind, snow, and rain, the sun decided to shine for us for a little while in the morning. Patagonia’s reputation of ever-changing weather does not disappoint. 11 more words

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Top 13 Things To Do In Bogotá

BY JERRY ALONZO LEON

Few cities endear itself more to the heart of visitors than Bogotá. Steeped in colonial history and diverse culture, avant-garde art and street graffiti, passionate music and cool bars, exquisite restaurants and bohemian cafes, this city has a way of captivating the mind like no other. 1,377 more words

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Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas (on Lago Llanquihue), Patagonia, Chile

At the culmination of our four days of traveling through the Chilean winelands south of Santiago (see previous blog posts), we drove back to Santiago and flew south to the ship’s first port of call in Patagonia – Puerto Montt. 708 more words

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Huayhuash - world's most beautiful trek

Yet unknown for the world, but known by the trekkers, in the north of Peru, near Cordillera Blanca, there is Cordillera Huayhuash – a spectacular mountain range which can be accessed only by foot. 282 more words

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Dispatch from... Paracas, Peru

Hi ‘NAPW readers!

Sorry I haven’t shown the love lately but I’ve been on a wonderful mini-South American tour for the past two weeks, that’s coming to an end this weekend. 94 more words

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