Chocolate was considered a high commodity in the past. The earliest historical clues to chocolate making go back to Mexico and Guatemala.
What happens when a sunset kayaking trip to see dolphins meets a tropical cyclone, with a fresh and innovative approach to survival.
There is no evidence to suggest that the Zika virus is the cause of microcephaly in Brazil or that there is an epidemic as widely reported in the mainstream media. The Zika virus and accompanying propaganda is merely a great cover story.
You’re doing a course, you’ve got an app and you’re in a language exchange. Now, speed up your language learning with these simple tips.
Here are three reasons why you should purchase travel insurance whenever you travel, be it for business or leisure.
Remember backpacker bores, bathroom-sharing, the fear of missing out? So how much does the backpacking experience change as you get older?
Sigh. It’s not easy to keep New Year resolutions, be it exercising more often or giving up chocolate. So forget those and try these instead.
Robin Hanbury-Tenison speaks about some of the issues facing Brazil in the lead-up to the Olympic Games in 2016.
Forget reindeers, snow and roaring fires. A Latin American Christmas is a sunnier yet equally jolly affair of local and Catholic traditions.
The Amazon River dolphin is a freshwater dolphin that inhabits the waterways of the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers in South America.
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