Blog Posts - South America



Uyuni – 3 Days Salt Flats Tour – 22-24/3/16

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by Wander Far Yonder on Apr 17, 2016

9 YEARS OF BLOGGING : 26 COUNTRIES, 5 CONTINENTS, COUNTLESS CITIES AND A THOUSAND AND ONE MEMORIES

Evolving.  That’s how I describe my blog that has been existing since I conceived it on 8th of May 2007. Complimentary airline tickets, invitations to sponsored hotel accommodation and restaurant reviews, exclusive social media events; interna...
by Beyond Toxicity @ docgelo.com on Apr 14, 2016

5 Days In San Pedro – 17-21/3/16

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by Wander Far Yonder on Apr 13, 2016

Hotel Review – LM Luxury Boutique Hotel Cartagena, Colombia

Over the years Cartagena de Indias became a favorite destination for romantic weekends with its cobbled streets, historic center, romantic sunsets and colorful buildings. Staying in a Boutique Hotel will round of your romantic experience in Cartagena...
by Universal Traveller on Apr 11, 2016

Valparaiso – The Beautiful Mess – 14-15/3/16

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by Wander Far Yonder on Apr 8, 2016

Populations of early human settlers in South America grew like an 'invasive species'

Bustling cities, sprawling suburbs and blossoming agricultural regions might seem strong evidence that people have always dominated the environment. A Stanford study of South America's colonization shows that human populations did not always grow unc...
by The Archaeology News Network on Apr 8, 2016

How To Cross The Border From Ecuador To Peru By Bus

My days in Ecuador were pretty memorable. I climbed a mountain over 5000 metres high, did my first multi-pitch rock climb (and a 5.10 at that, something new for me), went snorkelling with sea turtles and did my own mini-tour of historic Cuenca. I vi...
by Marie Away on Apr 6, 2016

Exploring Bolivia’s Uyuni Salt Flats

The Happy Nomad - for Backpackers by Backpackers The Uyuni Salt Flats are based in the forgotten southwest corner of Bolivia not too far from La Paz which is the Bolivian administrative capital. The Salt Flats which are some of the largest..&...
by The Happy Nomad on Apr 6, 2016

Mendoza to Santiago – Chile Bound – 12-13/3/16

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by Wander Far Yonder on Apr 6, 2016

6 April 2016 - KIDS IN BRAZIL

KIDS IN BRAZILG'day folks,Ever been to Brazil? I haven't but it's on my bucket list. Brazil, a vast South American country, stretches from the Amazon Basin in the north to vineyards and massive Iguaçu Falls in the south. Rio de Janeiro, symbolized...
by clancy tucker's blog on Apr 5, 2016

Mendoza – Wine Country – 9-11/3/16

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by Wander Far Yonder on Apr 4, 2016

Ancient DNA shows European wipe-out of early Americans

The first largescale study of ancient DNA from early American people has confirmed the devastating impact of European colonisation on the Indigenous American populations of the time. The Doncela (The Maiden) Incan mummy was found at Mount Llullailla...
by The Archaeology News Network on Apr 3, 2016

How will things play out at Fiat?

Above: The current Fiat 500. A year shy of its 10th anniversary, is it still cool in 2016? The Detroit News reports that Fiat has been having trouble Stateside, with dealers now permitted to sell the cars alongside Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram inste...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Apr 2, 2016

2 Days In Rosario – 7-8/3/16

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by Wander Far Yonder on Apr 2, 2016

2 Days In Buenos Aires – 4-6/3/16

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by Wander Far Yonder on Mar 31, 2016

Hiking The Sacred Isla Del Sol

As a part of our trip to Copacabana lying on the Bolivian shore of the Lake Titicaca in November 2015, we spent one day on the sacred Isla del Sol and I recently wrote a post about our hike on the... Příspěvek Hiking The Sacred Isla Del Sol p...
by 1001 Voyages Gourmands on Mar 30, 2016

Hiking The Sacred Isla Del Sol

As a part of our trip to Copacabana lying on the Bolivian shore of the Lake Titicaca in November 2015, we spent one day on the sacred Isla del Sol and I recently wrote a post about our hike on the... Příspěvek Hiking The Sacred Isla Del Sol p...
by 1001 Voyages Gourmands on Mar 30, 2016

Water Wars: Bolivia Suing Chile for 'Stealing' H2O

Bolivia and Chile have been spatting over access to the sea for years, and the two sides are now involved in another legal battle over water.Bolivia has announced it will file a new lawsuit against Chile before the International Court of Justice, or...
by Actualité Distincte on Mar 28, 2016

Water Wars: Bolivia Suing Chile for 'Stealing' H2O

Bolivia and Chile have been spatting over access to the sea for years, and the two sides are now involved in another legal battle over water.Bolivia has announced it will file a new lawsuit against Chile before the International Court of Justice, or...
by N3WS on Mar 28, 2016

Why Peru?

The Happy Nomad - for Backpackers by Backpackers Visiting Peru will be an experience you’ll never forget in a lifetime. There are so many different aspects of this wonderful country that will leave you awe-struck and yearning to come back!  An...
by The Happy Nomad on Mar 18, 2016


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