Ayahuasca Healing Journey – Into the Amazon

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Ayahuasca healing ceremonies, which are conducted by shamans, have been an integral part of life in the upper Amazon for centuries.

Subways of South America – Your Underground Guide

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Fans of underground railroads might not realize that South America is packed with the things. Eileen Smith gives us a complete guide loaded with interesting trivia.

The Bar Scene in Belo Horizonte – Brazil, South America

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Andre Franchini Campos de Pinho enjoys one of Belo Horizonte’s specialties in between his travels around the world.

Exploring the Lost City of the Incas – Macchu Picchu, Peru, South America

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What had started out as a haphazard last-minute trip to Macchu Picchu ended up being a phenomenal experience. So grab some Powerbars (and personal hygiene products), and hit the trail for an experience you’ll never forget.

Ecuador’s Inca Trail: Mud, Sweat, and Poop – Eucador, South America

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Travel agent who told Rachel Nena Krasno it would take 20 minutes of walking without falling over, was definitely not speaking from experience.

Casco Viejo – Panama City, Panama

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Mike Heavers is awed by resilient, sensual, enticing Casco Vieja.

Parque Tayrona, Colombia

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The jungle might be closed for cleaning, but that won't stop Justin Pushman, if
he can ignore the dealer in the hotel corner.

Tapir Travels – Nicaragua

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Travelogue from Mattias Niinisaari's trip to Central America, including Costa
Rica and Nicaragua.

19: Surviving Guerillas in Cartagena, Colombia – Worldwide with …

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Apr 1, 2002 How to survive paramilitary roadblocks, but really Wee-Cheng is engaging in
exercises of literary allusions.

1: When Culture Attacks – Urubamba, Peru – The Exploitation and …

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The Exploitation and Contradiction of South America: Although Tyson Volkmann's
travels in the Andes have been brief so far, he can't imagine an area with a