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The Dictator’s Highway

17/11/2015 14:27

Written by Hugh Sinclair

Justin Walker's The Dictator's Highway eloquently describes why to embark on a journey down the Carretera Austral.

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Curanto y Kuchen – Patagonian Pioneers

17/11/2015 14:20

Written by Hugh Sinclair

Luisa Ludwig’s book Curanto y Kuchen contains an insightful and charming personal account of the lives of the early settlers and this isolated region. 

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Stairways to Heaven – the ascensores

23/10/2015 14:16

Written by Tim Burford

Valparaíso’s most distinctive feature is its ascensores, built over a century ago to link the flat harbourside district with the residential hills.

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Eating wild

23/10/2015 14:02

Written by Tim Burford

Devotees of wild food will be in seventh heaven in Chile.

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Santiago’s barrios

23/10/2015 13:55

Written by Tim Burford

Santiago has some very atmospheric barrios, home to creative restaurants, clubs and buildings. 

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Amazonian tribes

25/08/2015 14:12

Written by Roger Harris

The Amazon’s cultural diversity is as precious as its biodiversity

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Five reasons to visit Colombia

12/08/2015 15:40

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

For many years it was best known for guerrilla warfare and drug cartels but Colombia is now emerging as a safe, progressive country.

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Top 5: what to see in the Pantanal

21/07/2015 17:05

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

The Pantanal offers South America's greatest wildlife experiences – but what shouldn't you miss?

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Walking the city

18/12/2014 16:20

Written by Sarah Woods

See the sights of the Colombian capital with our handy walking guide.

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Regional specialities

18/12/2014 16:13

Written by Sarah Woods

From fried ants to roasted guinea pig, Colombia's dishes vary greatly from village to village.

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