My American friends John Clites, Seth and I put together a list with some Brazilian habits Americans dislike or find unnecessary. Check it out and leave a comment!
The ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu is truly a wonder of the world. Machu Picchu and the Incas have fascinated historians and travellers for many years but nothing quite prepares you for seeing it!
In Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro, and between the boundaries of Argentina and Brazil, there are waterfalls known as Iguazu Falls, which are unlike any waterfalls in the world.
Peruvian homesick for her home country Peru reminisces about typical drinks, fruit, ice cream and biscuits, as well as the sea and traditions like the game of Sapo.
Edgar Mohena, owner of HuayraCaspi Expeditions, offers 4-8 day Amazon jungle adventures. Learn jungle survival skills with the most knowledgeable guide in the Amazon!
Brazilians have been obsessed with soccer. The sport has its own rich lexicon, and some expressions have been incorporated into the everyday Brazilian Portuguese vocabulary, Check it out!
Ecuador is a small country in South America, but it is great in much other aspects. Ecuador has jungles, the Andean Mountains and a large cost line. And of course not to forget the Galapagos Islands.
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia is known for being the worlds largest salt flat. You may have seen its landscape in surreal pictures where the sky is perfectly reflected on the ground. After travelling there, I was blown away by how much more there is to see...
A personal account of mountain biking down the Death Road in Bolivia - the Worlds Most Dangerous Road. Includes lot's of original pictures of the death road and other interesting facts & information.
Bolivia is about one-third mountainous and two-thirds lowland. In western Bolivia and northern Chile the Andes mountains reach their greatest width, approximately 400 miles (650 km) between Arica (Chile) and Santa Cruz.