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Salento Travel Guide: Feat. Cowboys, Gun Powder & Beer

Green countryside, rolling hills and coffee farms – Salento Colombia really is a paradise for nature & coffee lovers. However, it’s not just the local scenery that is jaw-dropping. Salento town centre is a wall of cute, colourful houses. Located in the coffee belt, Salento Quindo was our favourite place to visit in Colombia and …

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La Fortuna Costa Rica | Guide for 1st Timers

Arguably Costa Rica’s most frequented tourist destination, La Fortuna (translated to mean ‘the fortunate’) boasts the famous Arenal volcano. The town received it’s name after being spared from one of Arenal’s volcanic eruptions while other towns in the area were not so lucky. Not only is this town home to the picturesque Arenal volcano but it …

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Travel Guide – Copacabana and Isla de Sol, Bolivia

Copacabana, Bolivia is located on Titicaca Lake. Not to be confused with the famous beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. One of the most essential things to do in Copacabana is to visit Isla del Sol on Lake Titicaca. With not all that much to do other than kick back and enjoy this lakeside town, …

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La Paz Travel Guide: 5 Interesting Things to besides the Cable Car

La Paz is well known for being one of the highest major cities in the world at an altitude of 3,500m above sea level. It also takes the cake being being one of the most affordable travel destinations in the world where you can buy dinner for as little as $1.50 USD and decent accommodation …

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