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Peruvian Totora reed raft

Totora Reed Raft of Peru

Traveling on the dry wind swept northern coast of Peru, beside splendid landscape, one finds interesting ways of how people make a living. A strange little raft made of...
Equinox snake on Kukulcán pyramid

If You Are Lucky You Will See The Snake On The Equinox

Twice a year, at each equinox, the sun plays with the angles of the northeast stairway of the Kukulcán pyramid at Chichen Itza (called El Castillo in Spanish). The north stairway of...
The Sand Bar, Churchill Beach, Grand Bahama Island

The Grand Bahama Sand Bar

Ashort flight from Florida’s east coast is a 700+ islands archipelago, of which only 30 are inhabited. It was the playground of the (real) pirates of the Caribbean. With...
Chichén Itza's Shadow Kukulcán Temple-Pyramid

Chichén Itza’s Shadow

What we see is not always what we think it is nor expect, whether nature or man-made. It is often true with archaeological remains, when new discoveries on the...
Basilica-Catedral de Lima – Plaza de Armas

Lima, Pisco Sour and History

Whether one looks to bike, raft or explore this great country and learn about its impressive history or, better still, taste its great recipes from the Pacific coast to...

The Day of the Dead in Mexico

The celebrated Mexican national holyday, Dia de Muertos (its original name in Spanish), or Day of the Dead, means one thing for city dwellers and quite another for country...