Top 10 Unforgetable Places to Visit at Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls – Brazilian side Amazingly, history has spanish conquistador Cabeza de Vaca as first post renaissance european to have seen the grand Iguazu Falls. Following the ‘Peabiru’ ancient native trial that links the Atlantic coast to the Andes Cabeza de Vaca with some other 250 men would have seen the original falls which is […]

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Experience South America – Atacama desert | Day 03

We woke up early, again very cold, we had breakfast at the inn and around half past seven the van picked us up as we headed towards the Salar of Tara (in atacama desert). On the way we pass an inactive volcano crater in the format of a cone, a rare sight. Tara Salar is in […]

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Experience South America – The Atacama desert – Day 02

On the second day we head to the Miscanti and Miñiques lagoons in Atacama desert. Located some 110km south of the town of San Pedro de Atacama and 28km southeast of the town of Socaire. The lagoons are part of the flamingos national reserve and are administrated by the Atacamenian community Socaire. We woke up […]

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Experience South America – The Atacama desert – Day 01

What counts in life is not the starting point but the walk. Walking and sowing at the end you will reap what. (Cora Coralina) We took a plane in Santiago and headed to the airport in Calama, a flight of about two hours. Arriving in Calama we went for some transport to take us to […]

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Southamerica and the Andes: Chile – The first Impressions

photo by Julio Sedano Acostaa

Speechless is the feeling you have when on arrival at the international airport in the capital Santiago – Chile, the commander calls attention to the cabin. “We are flying over the Andes.” I opened the shutters and I see a seemingly endless sequence of mountains with a reddish appearance and snow on the peaks, even […]

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