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things to do in valparaiso
Chile
Kai

Chile Travel: Why You Shouldn’t Miss Valparaiso and Viña del Mar

Valparaiso and Viña del Mar are coastal towns about an hour drive away from the capital of Chile, Santiago. Valparaiso has the history, nightlife, Viña del Mar and beaches close by. The houses of Valparaiso almost seem to protrude from the almost perpendicularly rising rocks, along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Valparaiso is also

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Baños de Agua Santa in Ecuador A hidden gem for adventurers
Ecuador
Kai

Baños de Agua Santa in Ecuador: A hidden gem for adventurers

The location of Ecuadorian town Baños or officially Baños de Agua Santa, is phenomenal. This tourist town is surrounded by beautiful green mountains and bubbling volcanoes, unfortunately the latter sometimes cause problems for the village. Tungurahua volcano above Baños The Tungurahua volcano in particular is notorious. The black volcano towers 1800 meters above Baños and has

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traveling galapagos islands
Ecuador
Kai

Thinking of traveling to the Galapagos Islands? Better do it in near future!

The Galápagos Islands became world famous for the evolution theory of Charles Darwin. However, the unique ecosystem doesn’t only interest biologists. A thousand kilometers west of Ecuador, a number of islands suddenly emerge from the Pacific Ocean. What is all the fuzz about those mysterious islands that still attracts visitors from all over the globe

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iguazu falls argentina
Argentina
Kai

Visiting Iguazú Falls – The Largest Waterfall System in the World

There is an anecdote about Iguazú Falls that when the America’s former first lady Elenor Roosevelt first visited the Iguazú Falls, she sighed and said “Poor Niagara…” To her, even the greatest Niagara Falls of North America looked not as spectacular as Iguazú Falls. Iguazú Falls are situated on the borders of three countries; Brazil,

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