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Bogota, the Athens of South America

Bogota is well known colloquially as the city of “rolos” and is called “the freezer” by other places in the country, because even though the climate varies, it is mainly cold most of the time thanks to its valley location. This metropolis is the third highest in South America, right after La Paz (Peru) and […]

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Shopping in Santiago, Chile

The pedestrian areas of Santiago are full of life and invite you to walk around and look at the boutiques, which offer a variety of styles and products. Certain neighborhoods in Santiago have become true outdoor shopping malls. Here are our top suggestions: Parque Arauco This is the most important mall of Santiago and one of the […]

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Sumidero Canyon

The canyon/park is the second most important tourist site in Chiapas, drawing mostly Mexican visitors who see the canyon by boats which leave from Chiapa de Corzo. The park borders Tuxtla Gutiérrez, the state’s largest city, is a narrow and deep canyon surrounded by a national park located just north of the city of Chiapa […]

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Shopping in Bogota

Bogota has an extensive commercial infrastructure. About thirty large complexes, with exclusive stores, bars, restaurants, movie theaters, casinos and banks, are located in the four corners of the city, providing pedestrian access, as well as by car or public transport. Some malls are located near the hotel area and are ideal for travelers who have a short time and do […]

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48 hours in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico

Tuxtla Gutierrez, is the capital and the largest city of the mexican southeast state of Chiapas. It is the only city and the most developed, populated and therefore the state´s most important municipality. In 2011, the city was the first in Mexico to be certified as a “safe city” by the federal goverment  and the […]

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48 hours in Curacao

Bon Bini to Curaçao. Imagine and discover an island where hidden coves reveal an emerald-blue sea. Where arcs of golden sand stretch out beneath vibrant, multicolored sunsets. Where a rich historical heritage meets Caribbean vitality and a melting pot where more than 50 cultures are represented. Where the only thing you need to worry about […]

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Curried Conch recipe

Today, in traveling with your senses we have a delicious recipe from the Bahamas. Seafood is the staple of the Bahamian diet. Conch (pronounced ‘konk’) is a mollusk with a firm, white, peach-colored meat. Conch can be eaten fresh and uncooked, as well as deep fried, steamed or in soups, stews, salads and more.  It is […]

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