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Máncora District, Peru
This collague is the resume of last summer in the north coast beaches of Peru like Los Organos,Vichayito,Mancora, Punta Sal and Zorritos (Piura & Tumbes regions). The peruvian gastronomy is very rich thanks to a big fusion of cultures that arrive...
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Alameda Santos, 484 - Jardim Paulista, 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
Last year when visiting Peru's beautiful Lake Titicaca, my husband and I went back and forth about whether to visit the lake's famous Uros Floating Islands. We'd received mixed reviews from travelers who'd already visited the islands. Ultimately...