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Galapagos Mariane Iguanas:

August 3rd, 2015

“The black Lava rocks on the beach are frequented by large (2–3 ft [60–90 cm]), disgusting clumsy Lizards. They are as black as the porous rocks over which they crawl & seek their prey from the Sea. I call them ‘imps of darkness’. They assuredly well become the land they inhabit.” Charles Darwin Camouflaged Marine Iguanas A […]

5 Language-Learning Apps: Cracking the Spanish Code:

June 2nd, 2015

When traveling to Latin America, among the top concerns of most travelers is: “Can I speak English and get by?” Those with basic Spanish experience may ponder: “Is my Spanish good enough that people will understand me? Will I be able to get by and relate with the locals?” Yes, you will get by, regardless […]

The Top Things To Do In Mindo, Ecuador:

May 26th, 2015

One of top natural escapes from Quito is undoubtedly Mindo. Just a 2-hour trip, Mindo is a valley and small village in the cloud forests of the Andes mountains. For budget-minded travelers, the bus ride to Mindo will only cost you $2.50. The view from the bus is merely a tease, as you pass from […]

Anti-World cup protests: Will Brazil pull it together before the 2014 World Cup?:

May 21st, 2014

Uruguay’s talented right-winger, Alcides Ghiggia, hushed the Maracan stadium with his ghostly goal to beat Brazil in the 1950 World Cup. Brazil was the hands-down favorite in the competition – the reason why Ghiggia’s swift score around Brazil’s goal keeper, Barbosa, has haunted Brazil ever since. Convinced that their home, white, blue-collared jerseys were cursed from […]

La Compañía De Jesús Church: Quito’s Golden Garden:

May 16th, 2014

The Church of the Society of Jesus Christ (La Compania De Jesus Church), the largest symbol of the Catholic religion in Ecuador, is a perfect example of why the heart of Quito is the strongest heart of them all. Since it’s foundation, it has survived multiple Earthquakes. Quito, Ecuador is a place where the work […]

Montañita labeled as one of the world’s “coolest surf towns”:

January 21st, 2014

For those travelers in search of the aquatic component in their journey throughout South America, Montanita offers a little bit of everything for those interested in traveling to the coast while visiting Ecuador. Surfing in particular seems to be the main draw of the town itself, but as a consequence of this near-universal sport, the […]

Christmas Traditions in Latin America:

December 18th, 2013

When Christmas time comes along in Latin America, it’s pretty impressive just how similar (and how dissimilar) a number of countries choose to spend their holidays commemorating the birth of baby Jesus. You’ll find that the traditions often held by families and friends hold a deeply religious significance. What’s more is that throughout Latin America […]

In Search of Latin America’s "Black Friday" Deals:

November 20th, 2013

And as the holidays draw near, you know what’s on your mind aside from all that eggnog, gingerbread and apple cider you so desoerateky crave… PRESENTS! And what better place to look for them than in an exotic land far, far from home?! Nothing beats the ability to bring home gifts that are of a […]

Latin America leads the way in preparing for Global Warming:

October 30th, 2013

A strange sense of irony might befall many when you consider that it’s the poorer and smaller countries (compared to the likes of North America and Europe) that are taking proactive measures to prepare for global warming. “Invention is the mother of necessity,” seems to be the motto that Latin America is taking on, while […]

Google Street View arrives to the Galapagos! But in a much simpler form…:

September 12th, 2013

Those dying for a chance to viscerally experience the towns of the Galapagos through pictures can rejoice now that Google has your fix… but only partially. The search engine giant has officially graced the shores of the enchanted islands and offered a means to visually experience and acquaint yourselves with the islands via their website, […]

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