We returned back from an amazing trip to Chile two weeks ago. What an adventure! We stayed in Santiago for one night at the Radisson Santiago Plaza. We navigated the metro and visited Bellavista Neighborhood, San Cristobal Hill (funicular ride) and the Plaza de Armas. The city is very easily accessable by metro and the price is so inexpensive. We found every Chillean eager to help us navigate the system. Even though English was rarely spoken, our broken spanish worked quite well. We then flew to
Having been a long time subscriber to National Geographic Traveler Magazine, I look forward with great anticipation to their Annual Destination Survey/Assessment.
Being journalists, or at least trying to pass as such, the writers who compile this list have developed some points of perspective resulting in the application of their Stewardship Index.
I dont agree with their scores on a number of the selected destinations, having completed my own first-hand assessments during
Ecuador remains one of our favorite countries in South America for both luxury and budget travel.
Just arriving by air can be your first taste of adventure:
Quito-Mariscal Sucre Airport (UIO) is one of my least favorite airports in the world....out dated (built in the 1950s), situated on a plateau, surrounded by some of the tallest peaks in the Andes, and completely besieged by industrial and residential structures, it has never been a fun place to land, at least during
Updated 08-22-2012 at 02:09 PM by omegaet
Caught the first flight out this AM.only a short hop to TPA and then changed to a flight to BNAjust noticed the slightly obese couple (Im being kind because its early) seated across the aisle and one row forward.digging into the Taco Bell bag they brought aboard.
Does TB offer a breakfast menu? Maybe.I never head south of the TB Border to indulge in true Mexican Cuisine.
Possibly this is a bag of scraps left over from their watching last nights Monday Night Football game
Revisits are not typically our thing. More likebeen there done that moving on to see what is next ..but The Filadelfia Coffee Resort in Antigua, Guatemala was too tempting to pass up for another long holiday weekend.
.well, at least the public demonstration (roughly 30,000 40,000 upset because the sitting president allegedly had an opponent terminated) in Guatemala City, had occurred a two days prior to our arrival (only a few disgruntled individuals bearing signs were wandering
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