Fine style and historical allusion come together at this building in a leading Uruguayan resort city in Maldonado department.
Forget the Cold War: understand how Dr. Luis Alberto de Herrera, as a conservative nationalist, could be both a supporter of the Sandinistas and a defender of the historic sovereignty of Latin America
Isla de Plata is called the poor mans Galapagos. If lacking time and money to see the real islands this short one-day tour is highly enjoyable.
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.
An Argentinian admiral and an Uruguayan architect — both of them distinguished — are recalled at the Port of Buceo, Montevideo.
A native Colombian explains how safe it is to travel Colombia in the present 2014. Tour the country by being smart and see what other foreigners have to say about their trip. Enjoy!
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...
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!
Little known twenty years ago, Torres del Paine is today a mecca for trekkers, horse riders and kayakers