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Jul 8, 6 years ago

Open Water Scuba Certification on a Budget

Open Water Scuba Certification on a Budget

Scuba diving isn’t just a sport for the rich or adrenaline-fueled shark divers, but a relaxing hobby that can be an incredible way to experience a different view of the natural world. To boot, the price tag can be quite …

Jul 7, 6 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 23, 6 years ago

Best Cities in Chile

Best Cities in Chile

Valparaíso
Often compared to San Francisco due to the steep hills and funky culture, Valparaíso is a city set on a broad bay that is full of life and oozing with art. Visit the house of Pablo Nerudo called

Jun 18, 6 years ago

Top Ten Places to Visit in Chile

Top Ten Places to Visit in Chile

Planning on a visit to Chile? Here is a guide to ten places not to miss in Chile, the longest country in the world. Chile offers not only the renowned tourist attractions of San Pedro de Atacama and Torres del …

Jun 15, 6 years ago

Cuzco, Peru: More than Machu Picchu

Cuzco, Peru: More than Machu Picchu

Many tourists cruise through Cuzco with their eyes on Machu Picchu and miss out on the vibrant culture, art, and architecture. With cheap accommodations, great food, and a plethora of historical sites and activities, it’s easy to get cozy in …

Jun 15, 6 years ago

Design Your Own Study Abroad by Volunteering!

Design Your Own Study Abroad by Volunteering!

Do you regret not taking the opportunity to study abroad when you had the chance in college? Many people feel like they missed out on a structured semester abroad with cultural, language, and community exchange. This would have been a …

Jun 8, 6 years ago

Why Study Spanish Abroad?

Why Study Spanish Abroad?

Who wouldn’t want to study Spanish in Barcelona or Buenos Aires? Looking past the draw of exotic destinations, it is easy to elaborate on the many benefits of learning Spanish in a Latin country. Language books, podcasts and computer programs …

Jun 8, 6 years ago

The Traditional Argentine Asado: A Love Affair with Beef

The Traditional Argentine Asado: A Love Affair with Beef

Argentina is a country known for many things including soccer, the Tango, and Evita. In the culinary world, phenomenal beef is their main contribution. With a heavy Italian influence and a thriving wine industry in Mendoza, Argentina is a country …

Jun 8, 6 years ago

The Best of Ecuador

The Best of Ecuador

Ecuador is a tiny country, only about the size of the U.K. but contains a diversity of landscapes and cultures found nowhere else on earth. Ecuador contains much of the natural diversity of South America, just tucked away in the …

Jun 2, 6 years ago

A Beverage Tour of Chile

A Beverage Tour of Chile

You can tell a lot about a country by its alcoholic beverages and Chile is no exception. A combination of local tastes, available ingredients, and a diverse climate, Chile has created a wide array of wacky concoctions alongside some classics.
Wine
Although …