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A Wet and Wild Carnival in Sucre

On one of my first nights in Sucre I had dinner on the balcony of a lovely little restaurant overlooking the city’s main square. As I gazed out across the beautiful gardens and sidewalks that lined the plaza I noticed something really disturbing. A group of young college kids were hurling water balloons across the street at some unsuspecting girls …

Getting off the Beaten Track in Hotels around Brazil

Traveling round Brazil is an experience not easily forgotten. The culture, the history, the people, the atmosphere – it all blends together to create an experience many travelers never forget, and makes them return again and again. If you’re thinking of traveling to Brazil, one of the first things you will have to sort out is accommodation. Hotels in Brazil …

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Top Rock Climbing and Hiking Destinations in South Africa

South Africa is known for offering some of the best rock climbing and hiking locations in the world. Every year large numbers of international tourists come to explore its mountain wildernesses and take part in many different types of hiking and rock climbing activities. As South Africa is a democracy, holidaying and touring here is a great deal safer than …

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Top 10 Hottest Peruvian Women

After being a bit disappointed with the scarcity of eye-candy in Ecuador, I crossed the border into Peru with high expectations. Although there isn’t as much hype around Peruvian beauty like Colombians or Argentines, I was relieved to find that from Mancora down to Arequipa, the women of Peru held their ground against their sexy latina counterparts. Now as I get settled …

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February Update: Celebrating in Sucre

February found my suitcase stored in the closet and my feet securely rooted in Sucre. A figure known as Carnival cast its giant shadow over everything this month, resulting in little productivity here in Bolivia throughout February. I celebrated the festivities with local friends as we danced in the streets, drank leche de tigre (coconut, milk, Singani) and got soaked …