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News On Argentina’s “Reciprocity Tax”
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News On Argentina’s “Reciprocity Tax”

I have just been informed that the fees charged to Americans, Canadians and Australians as of January 2010 are going to be a one-time payment that is good for 10 years. So, for those that […]

Five Bizarre Behaviors In Buenos Aires
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Five Bizarre Behaviors In Buenos Aires

If you’re thinking of hopping a flight to Buenos Aires in order to escape the snow or cold, I have some things to point out. I am not writing this to critique Argentine culture, but […]

Puebla: Experiencing The City Of Angels
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Puebla: Experiencing The City Of Angels

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience Mexico outside the all-inclusive resorts, away from sprawling Mexico City? Francine Prose did. She checked out Puebla, a two-and-a-half-hour drive southeast of Mexico´s capital. Founded in 1531 by […]

Finding Colombia’s Lost City
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Finding Colombia’s Lost City

A trek into the jungle in search of Colombia’s “Lost City.” Our group grabs the packs from the top of the Jeep’s rusty roof before we set off for Ciudad Perdida, or Colombia’s Lost City. […]

How Much Is It Going To Cost To Step Foot In Argentina?
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How Much Is It Going To Cost To Step Foot In Argentina?

Rumor has it that Argentina has finally decided to make the travel game a little more fair. Recently, the Ministry of the Interior has released a notice that the Reciprocity Tax will take effect on […]

A Bookstore Behind The Beaten Path
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A Bookstore Behind The Beaten Path

I believe that no matter where you go you need to know where to find a decent bookstore. Latin America boasts its big bookstore chain, El Ateneo, but the stores are usually too big, stifling and not […]

Granada On Haphazard Guitar Strings
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Granada On Haphazard Guitar Strings

A night out on the town in Granada, Nicaragua, with a Canadian, a Rastafarian painter, and an ex-revolutionary. Does it get any better than this? By Luke Armstrong España was beautiful, young, Argentinean, and when […]

Be Cool In Buenos Aires: Eat Secretly or Man I’m Sad I’m Not There Right Now
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Be Cool In Buenos Aires: Eat Secretly or Man I’m Sad I’m Not There Right Now

As I pack my bags here in gray New York City for my trip home for Thanksgiving, it’s hard to imagine that to the day, two years ago, I was in sunny Argentina, sopping up […]

Now You Tell Me What Not To Do In Chile
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Now You Tell Me What Not To Do In Chile

Great, now I find out I wasn’t supposed to go to the Concha y Toro winery — just outside of Santiago, Chile — because it’s considered “wine for dummies” (I don’t know, I thought the […]

A Sustainable Surfing Shangri-la In Peru
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A Sustainable Surfing Shangri-la In Peru

Let’s face it; Peru could be my very own Shangri-la without all these perks. Then you mix in one of the longest breaking left hand waves in the world, a chic resort that caters to […]



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