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10 Mouth-Wateringly Delicious Colombian Foods

If it’s hearty food that fills you up to the point of bursting that you’re looking for, Colombian cuisine may just be the food for you. Anthony Bourdain visits Colombia to try the food In Colombia there are two things sacred in society: food and music. These things go to the very core of what […]

17 Myths About Argentina – We Uncover the Truth!

Think you know what to expect when you visit Argentina? Think again. Here we unravel the prevailing stereotypes about this fair land.   #1 – It’s not safe! Argentina, like much of South America, unfortunately suffers from this lazy and outdated stereotype. While the worry is fueled by fear of the unknown and a lack […]

The Most Popular South American Books Ever

Making literary lists is seen by many as an obscenity. Lists are often too subjective; books can be so personal and opinions vary extensively. However, today (March 5th, 2015) is World Book Day, and to celebrate this day I would like to go against everything I believe in and offer a list of South American books… There […]

February 2nd, 2015Peru 0 Comments

It was an early start from the superb Casa Andina Valle Sagrado  (Sacred Valley) hotel in Urubamba, Peru. I say early, not because 7 AM was so unbearable, but because the previous evenings revelry and a few too many Pisco Sours brought sunrise and bedtime in too close proximity. Over the years I have learned […]

January 6th, 2015Peru 2 Comments

Located high in the Andes between Cuzco and Machu Picchu the Sacred Valley felt like one of those places where time just stops and you blend into the surroundings. Here in the Río Urubamba Valley, known to locals as El Valle Sagrado, I was just another traveler passing through this most ancient of traveling places. […]

December 17th, 2014Lifestyle, Peru 0 Comments

The overlap of food and culture fascinates me and in my travels I always take time out to try, what may be ordinary for the place I am visiting, things that are unusual for me. Maybe even a bit out of my comfort zone. I have tried; pig’s blood tofu in Cambodia, chewy silk worms […]

Before I had the opportunity to visit Cusco, (aka “The City of Kings” or alternatively to the Incans, “the bellybutton of the world”) it was one of those mysterious Andean cities that I had, in my head, constructed a lot of personal mythology around. I envisioned an exotic Shangri-La where colorful scenes and ancient Incan […]

Movie “Gringo Trails”: Are travelers destroying the planet – or saving it?

From the Bolivian jungle to the party beaches of Thailand, and from the deserts of Timbuktu to the breathtaking beauty of Bhutan: Gringo Trails shows the unanticipated impact of tourism on cultures, economies, and the environment, tracing some stories over 30 years. Join us and other responsible travel-aficionados in the screening of Gringo Trails in Kino Central, Berlin on […]

November 12th, 2014Peru 4 Comments

It may not be as not as well-known as other other Peruvian cities like Lima and Cuzco, but as near as I can tell, Arequipa’s almost 1,000,000 inhabitants seem to be perfectly happy keeping the city’s substantial charms to themselves. Nicknamed the “white city”, Peru’s second largest city takes its international obscurity in stride by […]

Marketing Globetrotters Tour in Lima, Peru

It was one of those strange twists of fate, and being open to opportunity, that finds me halfway across the world in the lobby of the Sonesta Hotel in Lima, Peru as part of a program called Marketing Globetrotters. Marketing Globetrotters is the brainchild of Yngrid Arnold, CMO of Viventura Travel, a socially responsible tour […]

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