Not only is Lake Malawi one of the most crystal clear and exotic lakes in the world, it …

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Bolivia is the poorest country in South America, but what it doesn’t have in GDP it makes up …

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With over 55% of the Chile’s population living within the city limits, Santiago is the capital and cultural …

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Tucked in the northwestern corner of Laos at the border of Myanmar and China, Muang Sing is one …

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Some people think Carnaval is just a debaucherous four-day party in Rio de Janiero but the rest of Brazil …

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We had no plans of coming to Purmamarca nor had we even heard of this northern Argentinian town, …

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Sometimes the biggest snafus turn out to be the best experiences and our botched road trip from Chiang …

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Walking into a 20-million person city is little intimidating but with our good friend and resident Paulista, Marcelo, as …

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Spanning a distance of 850km, Route 62 is said to be the longest wine route in the world, …

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Ten million years older than the Amazon, Daintree is the most ancient rainforest in the world. And if …

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You cannot say the word “Peru” without someone immediately following it with a comment about Machu Picchu. This …

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Everyone knows about Lake Titicaca, even if just for its socially awkward name, but what puts this massive high-altitude …

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Before heading to the volcanic stone-town of Arequipa, we thought we’d spend a day hiking the “nearby” Colca …

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We’ve always known that we would WWOOF (World-Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms…a.k.a. Travelers willing to work four-to-six hours …

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Why come to Australia? If we had to choose one reason, we’d say The Outback. Sure, this country …

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When we were planning the HoneyTrek route, Myanmar (formerly Burma) was still under a military dictatorship, saddled with …

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