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Jan 11, 5 years ago

English-speaking Latin America – San Andres, Colombia

English-speaking Latin America – San Andres, Colombia

Did you know that there are few places in Latin America where English and Spanish are spoken bilingually? Adventure lovers with little or no Spanish can experience the beauty of these fantastic locations, meet the locals, and start to build …

Dec 16, 5 years ago

Christmas traditions and festivities in Colombia

Christmas traditions and festivities in Colombia

Customs across Colombia vary from region to region, but in general this is how people from this party-crazy country celebrate the festive season.
Christmas Lights - Alumbrados
Houses, apartments, churches, office buildings, streets, parks and gardens up and down the country are lit up …

Dec 11, 5 years ago

Top ten manmade structures in Latin America

Top ten manmade structures in Latin America

Here is a list of some of the most incredible, artificial structures in Latin America.
1. Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
A formidable, open-armed Christ overlooking the bays, beaches, and hills of Rio is one of the most iconic images …

Jul 7, 5 years ago

How far will your money stretch in South America?

How far will your money stretch in South America?

Of the many considerations to take into account when planning a trip in South America, cost of living is an important variable. Whether you’re backpacking and living on beans and rice or vacationing and living large for a week, knowing …

Jun 2, 5 years ago

Cities Not to Miss in South America

Cities Not to Miss in South America

Cartagena, Colombia
Located on the northern Caribbean coast of Columbia, this city is one of South America’s most visually stunning and romantic cities. Established as a Spanish port, the city was fortified with forts and elaborate walls that still stand. Do …