Tag Archives: South America

Ten Off-the-Beaten-Path Destinations in South America

While natural and man-made draws like Iguazu Falls and Machu Picchu are certainly excellent reasons to book a ticket to South America, there are plenty more off-road adventures to experience as well. From lesser-known Carnival celebrations to the world’s largest wetland, South America has plenty to offer travelers that live and trek by Robert Frost’s […]

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The World’s Ten Best Places to Watch the Sunset

Watching the sun set seems like a rare treat with all the day-to-day nonsense, but it’s possible to make it a real luxury by seeing the sun melt into the horizon from a spectacular location. Whether from a mountaintop, next to the ocean, on a glacier or at the top of a skyscraper, looking to […]

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Heartbreak Hotel: The Best Places to Get over a Breakup

With Valentine’s Day looming, it can be a tough time to be single. It can be an even tougher time to be newly single. In 1966 Jimmy Ruffin asked the eternal question “what becomes of the broken hearted?” – well, Jimmy, let me tell you – the broken hearted go on holiday, have some fun […]

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The Ten Best Nudist Resorts in the World

Skinny-dipping or an afternoon on a topless beach is for amateurs. Nudist and naturist resorts are popping up all over the globe and are as diverse as ones that require clothes. From family friendly naturist campgrounds complete with vegetable patches to couples-only naughty resorts dedicated solely to revving up your sex drive, these top ten […]

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An Epic Night Out in Buenos Aires

A night out in vibrant Buenos Aires first requires a reset to your internal clock: dinner is never earlier than 10 p.m., and it can last for hours. Showing up to clubs before 2 or 3am is severely detrimental to one’s credibility. Locals are also excellent at pacing their alcohol consumption throughout the night (and […]

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The Ten Best Nude Beaches in the World

It’s time to take minimalism to a whole new level. With the ever-growing popularity of nude beaches, some local patrols are turning a blind eye, while other locales are repealing laws so nudists and naturalists can legally enjoy a naked frolic in the sand. While some do it to get back in touch with nature, […]

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24 Hours in Santiago

Chile may be known more for its history than its present, but a blossoming art, music and fashion scene dominated by the politically active younger set breathes new life into Santiago and the country at large. While the country has spectacular natural beauty, travelers can easily entertain themselves for much more than just 24 hours […]

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Ten Stunning Aerial Shots of Major World Cities

Ten beautiful aerial shots for ten beautiful cities. Click on the linked city names to see our archives of travel articles and guides for each destination. Otherwise scroll through and enjoy the photos!

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Two Weeks in Chile

Chile is a narrow strip of land, stretching for thousands of kilometers, sandwiched between the Andes Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean. From desert landscapes to glacial ice fields and a few modern metropolises thrown in for good measure, it’s a country that can genuinely claim to have something for everyone. We have prepared a […]

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Hotel Review: The Grand Hyatt, Sao Paulo

The world of business is extensive and demanding, it covers every region of the globe and one hotel stands out above the rest when it comes to serving the needs of the business traveler…The Hyatt family of hotels. In the second largest city of the world, Sao Paulo, Brazil, the business capital of the southern […]

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