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Máncora District, Peru
Mancora, a tiny fishing village in northern Peru near the border of Ecuador, is one of the most beautiful beach towns I've ever visited. Walk the beach and you pass fancy boutique hotels, old wooden fishing boats, vendors hawking coconut water and...
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Alameda Santos, 484 - Jardins, São Paulo - SP, 01418-000, Brazil
Most corner botecas and lanchonetes are your best bet for some quick and affordable food. These places also have amazing sucos, or juices, made from fruits that most people have never heard of. If you get a chance on a hot afternoon or during an...
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A cenote is pretty much an underwater cave. The Mayas called them "dzonot," which the conquering Spaniards later translated as "cenote." Cenotes are magical, and were once the ONLY resource for fresh and sweet water in the local Yucatecan jungle....
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Av. San Juan 3601, C1233ABG CABA, Argentina
great tango dancers, delicious food, lot's of history about tango musicians.
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Lake Titicaca
One of my favorite places when I visited Peru in April was the famous Lake Titicaca in Puno. At 12,500 feet above sea level and nestled between Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is the highest commercially navigable lake in the world. The lake has a...