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Take the time to learn another language

PANAMA | Thu, 16 Jul 2015 | By grandmasterdara | Views [314]

At the unseasoned age of 22, I am blessed to be traveling to Latin America for my fourth time. Each of my trips has lasted longer than one month, so I am no stranger to the arduous process of adapting to another culture. People in this part of the world ... Read more >

Tags: gringo, languages, latin america

Countries we will be visiting in the next few months

USA | Tue, 10 Mar 2015 | By finally | Views [429]

1.We planned on travelling from end of April to end of August 2015 in Latin America (Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, maybe Paraguay?, Brazil) so total of 4 months. 2.Then we will spend the month of September in Europe to see family and friends ... Read more >

Tags: latin america, south east asia

My Photo scholarship 2010 entry

GUATEMALA | Sat, 16 Oct 2010 | By centralamerica | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Dear Jason, Photographing and travelling around the world, are my favourite combination ever and there is nothing else that I want more in my life then to combine those two, as my “work office”! I am from Slovenia and I have been living ... Read more >
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Tags: #2010wnphoto, basket, family, guatemala, kids, latin america, motorbike, old man, shoes, travel photography scholarship 2010

My Photo scholarship 2010 entry: pescadores

ECUADOR | Wed, 28 Oct 2009 | By nsolveland | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I was volunteering at a marine conservation programme, Equilibrio-Azul, in Ecuador when I was asked to photograph the fishermen preparing their catch for the morning market. The current law allows fishermen to profit from their by-catch leading to ... Read more >
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Tags: #2010wnphoto; ecuador, conservation, fisherman, fishermen, fishing, latin america, marine, puerto lopez, south america, travel photography scholarship 2010

Understanding Español: Where and How to Learn

ARGENTINA | Tue, 27 Oct 2009 | By travel-tips | Views [3012]

One two, miss a few, ninety-nine, trescientos millones . That’s the number of people who hable Spanish: Three hundred million, almost five percent of the world population. While the suits are battling Mandarin, travellers of every strain are turning ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, buenos aires, language, latin america, spanish, travel-tips

Welcome to Miami

USA | Sun, 24 Aug 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [946]

  Happily tucked into a seat on Lan Airways, blanket on lap and glass of red in hand, I turned to Steve and said how lovely - for the first time in almost a year we will be able to just talk to people, in English. The first person we met in the airport ... Read more >

Tags: america, bars, hotels, latin america, miami, restaurants, service, south beach, united states of america, usa

Barely visiting Bogota

COLOMBIA | Sun, 24 Aug 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [2478]

  Owing to oversight on booking coach ticket, we missed out on a decent view of Bogota leaving ourselves little more than one day in which to race around the city. To be fair though, we didn't exactly race around it, selecting instead to visit a ... Read more >

Tags: art museum, bar, bogota, bortoli, colombia, falafel, latin america, pizza., restaurant, south america

Hammock swinging in Taganga

COLOMBIA | Sun, 24 Aug 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [5729] | Comments [1]

With its horseshoe bay framed by rolling hills, little fishing boats bobbing in the clear water under a warm Caribbean sun, Taganga, we discovered, is best viewed from a hammock, glass of wine in hand. True, there is not much to do here beyond diving, ... Read more >

Tags: caribbean, colombia, diving, fishing, hammock, latin america, santa marta, south america, taganga

Ciudad Perdida Katrina Jones and the Lost City

COLOMBIA | Fri, 8 Aug 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [3499]

Reared on a diet of Indiana Jones and Romancing the Stone, I had been looking forward to the machete swinging jungle trek vision of the Ciudad Perdida for months and happily it lived up to expectations. We forged waist high rivers with backpacks on ... Read more >

Tags: ciudad perdida, colombia, latin america, lost city, santa marta, south america, trek, trekking, turcol, waterfall

Caribbean slumming in Santa Marta

COLOMBIA | Fri, 8 Aug 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1605] | Comments [1]

Santa Marta didn't look too promising at first, especially after we took a wrong turn out of the bus station and ended up walking for hours in the back breaking 30 degree heat late at night. But illness and changing travel plans conspired to keep us ... Read more >

Tags: bars, beach, caribbean, colombia, hostels, latin america, ocean, santa marta, sea, south america


COLOMBIA | Thu, 24 Jul 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1202]

We spent three days on a bus traveling across the length of the country to reach the sunny Caribbean coast and arrived in Cartagena happy and hot. We ditched plans to stay in the back packer ghetto at Gethsemane shortly after I accidentally wandered ... Read more >

Tags: caribbean, cartagena, city walls, colombia, gethsemane, latin america, photograph, photography, salsa, south america

Colombia: Pasto and Popayan

COLOMBIA | Thu, 24 Jul 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1388]

And so to Colombia I was really excited going for the border at Colombia. It is pretty much the last country we will visit on the trip and every kept on telling us about the freindly people, beatiful towns, great beaches, Caribbean breezes. Sounds ... Read more >

Tags: bar, border crossing, bosa nova, colombia, latin america, music, pasto, popayan, salsa, south america


ECUADOR | Thu, 24 Jul 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [986]

Lovely white washed historic Quito is easily one of the loveliest colonial cities in Latin America, but a total ghost town at night as residents hurry home to bolt their doors against the violent reputation of the city. It is a real shame as it could ... Read more >

Tags: churches, colonial architecture, ecuador, equador, frescos., latin america, quito, south america

Machu Picchu

PERU | Sun, 22 Jun 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1749]

When something gets as big as Machu Picchu you get a little concerned that after great expense, time and distance to get there it can´t help but fail to live up the giant reputation that rests on its shoulders. It´s a wonder of the world visited by ... Read more >

Tags: agua calientes, cuzco, cycle, inca, latin america, machu picchu, peru, south america, tour, trek

Santiago de Chile

CHILE | Fri, 8 Feb 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [908]

Santiago was a pleasent surpise for us. We only really spent two days there and to be honest, I can´t imagine needing any more than that, but it was a nice big city with a really pleasent feel to it. The metro system is ace, and cheap. It even has ... Read more >

Tags: chile, city, hotel, latin america, metro, museum, pisco sour, restaurant, santiago de chile, south america

Los Libertadores border crossing Mendoza to Santiago

ARGENTINA | Fri, 8 Feb 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [2829]

The border crossing from Argentina to Chile  at Los Libertadores sort of summed up Argentina as a whole. It is breathtakingly beautiful, pain stakingly slow and strangely requiring of tips for customs officials! It was probably our own fault for taking ... Read more >

Tags: anacongua, argentina, border, chile, latin america, los libertadores, mendoza, mountains, road trip, santiago de chile

Ciao Buenos Aires

ARGENTINA | Sat, 12 Jan 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [901]

Some things in life are just too bizzare to casually ignore. They must be investigated, savoured and enjoyed. I believe that the acclaimed Buenos Aires theme park Teirra Santa (The Holy Land) is such a place. A bit like like Disney land but with people ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, buenos aires, holiday, latin america, south america, tierra santa

New Year´s Eve

ARGENTINA | Sat, 5 Jan 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [976]

Part of the plan for staying in Buenos Aires until January was to see in the New Year is style in a city that allegedly never sleeps. Only problem is, this is probably the only major city in the whole world where is it traditional to toast the midnight ... Read more >

Tags: argnetina, buenos aires, disco, latin america, new year, new years eve, night club, party time, puerto madero, south amrica

Feliz Navidad Buenos Aires

ARGENTINA | Sat, 29 Dec 2007 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1927]

Christmas in Buenos Aires is a white knuckle ride of a celebration requiring stamina, determination, commitment and nerves of steel. This is cheifly because the parties start late and end with everyone throwing cheap chinese fireworks around the ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, bars, buenos aires, champagne, christmas, latin america, puerto madero, restaurants, san telmo, south america

Sunny San Telmo

ARGENTINA | Thu, 6 Dec 2007 | By katrinamckeever | Views [2290]

OK, OK, so I know I shouldn´t rub it in, but it is three weeks to Christmas and Steve and I are wandering the steamy tango inspired streets of San Telmo in flip flops and t'shirts. Yeah, I love this country. We have come down in the world slightly ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, buenos aires, latin america, markets, san telmo, soanish lessons., south america, tango


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