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Explore The Colors Of Puerto Vallarta [Travel Video]
Explore The Colors Of Puerto Vallarta [Travel Video]

Explore The Colors Of Puerto Vallarta [Travel Video]

Ever heard of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera? Me either, until I watched the above video from Andrew Julian who did a little test run of his new camera while on a trip to Mismaloya, a […]

My Failed Attempt To Conquer Cotopaxi
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My Failed Attempt To Conquer Cotopaxi

Two grueling hours of climbing through ashy volcanic dirt, each frustrating step taken, I slid backward half a step. We progressed slowly, rhythmically. Sergio, our Ecuadorian guide lead the way, with Stonie and I tagging […]

My Encounter With Keith, The Chocolate Shaman Of Guatemala
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My Encounter With Keith, The Chocolate Shaman Of Guatemala

The mist smells of banana leaves and wood smoke, the scent of the Guatemalan highlands when it rains. Mothers carry firewood on their heads and get knocked around by a downpour that’s like bowls of […]

Michael Palin: The Greatest British Traveler Of Our Age?
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Michael Palin: The Greatest British Traveler Of Our Age?

Everyone’s favorite ex-Monty Python member turned traveler turned three-year term as president of the Royal Geographical Society, Michael Palin, is back with a new travel series, Brazil With Michael Palin, which recently began airing on […]

Shhh, Don’t Tell Anyone: The Best Caribbean Islands Are Actually Off The Coast Of Central America
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Shhh, Don’t Tell Anyone: The Best Caribbean Islands Are Actually Off The Coast Of Central America

The little-known secret that most tourists don’t know about and that many travelers like to keep to themselves is that fact that most of the best Caribbean Islands to visit are not those found in […]

Why Touring Buenos Aires By Camera Is The Best Way To See The City
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Why Touring Buenos Aires By Camera Is The Best Way To See The City

With its grandiose architecture, beautiful people and downright gritty street scenes where all these elements come together, Buenos Aires is a city made for photography, and according to the founders of Foto-Ruta, there is no […]

Into The Andes: The High Road Through Ecuador
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Into The Andes: The High Road Through Ecuador

Pan-American Transmissions: Part 8 “Pan-American Transmissions” is a travel series from Special Contributor Diego Cupolo as he travels south from Nicaragua to Argentina. He has few plans, a $10-a-day budget and one flute-playing gypsy companion. […]

Machu Picchu Getting New International Airport
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Machu Picchu Getting New International Airport

To help accommodate the one million-plus visitors who visit Machu Picchu every year (up 30% in 2011 alone), the government of Peru has announced the construction of a new USD$460 million international airport near Cusco.

Finding Bliss In Hualcayan, Peru
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Finding Bliss In Hualcayan, Peru

The air is cold and clear at night. Small, white puffs of smoke float drearily away from my lips, relenting to the frigid temperature. As I stare up at the brightly dotted night sky, I […]

Travel Guide to Cancun/Yucatan Peninsula (HD)
Travel Guide to Cancun/Yucatan Peninsula (HD)

Travel Guide to Cancun/Yucatan Peninsula (HD)

In this travel video guide to Cancun, I travel around Cancun and the Yucatan Peninsula, including taking a boat to Isla Mujeres (the small island just off the coast of Cancun) for some snorkeling, visiting […]

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