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  • What’s Runaway Juno Up To? Mexico, Chile, Finland and More! @runawayjuno
    2015.08.17 — My plans for next few months After driving across the U.S. from Virginia to California, I flew to Jogja, Indonesia. Asian Women’s Empowerment Conference is around the corner! I’ve been working hard to make the necessary arrangements and ...
  • Photo of the week: Santa Fe chile roasting time @santafetraveler
    2015.08.15 — Matt Romero roasting chiles roasting at the Santa Fe Farmers Market, photo/Steve Collins It’s that time of year again: Santa Fe chile roasting season. The perfume of roasting chiles in the late summer air lets us know the nights will soon have ...
  • Chile Esoterica @goboogo
    2015.08.14 —  Stumbled into a grand house that I thought was a museum It might have been I saw no souls The descent into darknessA street cornerFish market I love fish markets, I don't really know whyCental SantiagoOldest, old, olderSome ...
  • Stargazing in Chile’s Atacama Desert @kirstenalana
    2015.08.14 — Photo essay from an experience at Alto Atacama Stargazing in Chile's Atacama Desert The post Stargazing in Chile’s Atacama Desert appeared first on Aviators & a Camera.
  • Santa Luc??a Hill an oasis within Santiago @goboogo
    2015.08.12 — Stumbling around Santiago, we had seen it all and were just about to head back to the hotel for some spa time. We passed by an intriguing mansion that looked like something out of a Latin version of Savannah from 150 years ago. Santa Lucia is a peace ...
  • Tips to Survive & Thrive while Backpacking in Chile @followourblog
    2015.08.12 — Welcome to our first installment of our "Tips to Survive" series! Today we focus on Chile, in a blog that we originally posted urban backpackers. We loved our time in Chile and hope that with these tips you will too! ...
  • Santa Luc??a Hill an oasis withing Santiago @goboogo
    2015.08.12 — Stumbling around Santiago, we had seen it all and were just about to head back to the hotel for some spa time. We passed by an intriguing mansion that looked like something out of a Latin version of Savannah from 150 years ago. Santa Lucia is a peace ...
  • Parque Metropolitano de Santiago on a misty day @goboogo
    2015.08.11 — This is a funicular that whisks you away to a hill above the clouds There was excitement in the air as we waited for the little car to head up the mountainThere was music Santiago was below us, shrouded in clouds CloudyThere is apparen ...
  • Keeping gear dry on the Camino de Santiago @bitesizedtravel
    2015.08.10 — On the Camino de Santiago, pilgrims walk??through all kinds of conditions, and often unpredictable weather. Believe me, after a long day on your feet, you??want nice, dry clothes to change into, as well as dry sleeping bag. I used the following??syst ...
  • A Street Llama in Santiago, Chile @goboogo
    2015.08.08 —  This guy was just hanging out apparentlyOf course as soon as I took the picture, an errant Chilean hopped out to collect, so we made the most of it
  • CHILE: Brit??nica Megabus ofrece viajes desde Barcelona a Londres por un euro – Diario Financiero @Kero_P
    2015.08.06 — El gancho es viajar de Barcelona a Londres por un euro (o una libra), … ha llegado a las rutas internacionales de los autobuses en España, de mano, … Viajes - Excursiones - Vuelos - HotelesThe post CHILE: Brit??nica Megabus of ...
  • Psychotourism at Elqui Valley in Chile @NomadicChica
    2015.07.30 — The Elqui Valley is an area located in northern Chile (north of the capital, Santiago) characterized by being a beautiful valley in a mountainous drawer. It is also known to be an area that since the 70s has attracted those interested in astronomy ?? ...
  • Chilean "Empanada de Pino" @followourblog
    2015.07.27 — Firstly, where does the humble Empanada actually come from? Many South American countries claim it as their own tasty little invention, despite seemingly having origins in Portugal and the Galicia region in the Northwest of Spain. Having researched i ...
  • Thai Food in Santiago Chile, like in Thailand! @NomadicChica
    2015.07.25 — I never thought I would find another food that I would like more than Indian food, but when I got to Thailand had an epic experience: a burst of flavor and pleasure flooded into my mouth and since then Thai Food became my favorite food in ze world! A ...
  • A Spicy Taste of Puerto Vallarta’s El Array??n Restaurant: Easy Salsa de Chile de ??rbol @WanderingEds
    2015.07.25 — Categories: Best OfTravelingFoodRecipesImage: Roasted Crispy Cricket Tacos and Plantain Empanadas share the menu with traditional Jalisco favorites like Corn Sopes, Beef Barbacoa, and Cochinita Pibil. Such is the assortment of inventive dis ...
  • 25 ways to celebrate Saint James’ Day like you’re on the Camino de Santiago @bitesizedtravel
    2015.07.24 — July 25 is the feast day of??Saint James??– Santiago – an important day in the Camino calendar. If you’re not walking, it’s a great day to reflect on your Camino, or even better, spend the day like you’re on Camino. Thi ...
  • TRAVEL DEALS: Peruvian Food Festival, 40% Off Ski Hotels in Chile @MunderaMedia
    2015.07.23 — For this week’s roundup of the best Latin America travel deals, I’ve found 40-percent discounts at Chile ski resort hotels (remember, it’s winter in Chile, and perfect for skiing!), a Peru tour that takes in one of the top Peruvian ...
  • Rowing to independence in Chile @wesaidgotravel
    2015.07.21 — After a 48-hour journey using all common modes of transportation: bus, plane, boat; I arrived to the middle of nowhere or the centre of the universe depending how you look at it. Futaleuf?? is a town of 2,297 inhabitants, nestled in the Chilean Andes ...
  • Camino de Santiago souvenir: A DIY credencial sello poster @bitesizedtravel
    2015.07.20 — Since I??carried??all of my??worldly possessions day-to-day on the Camino de Santiago, I picked up very few souvenirs. I came??home the usual artifacts, the Compostela, distance certificate, and the Cotolaya – the document given to pilgrims rec ...