Then—1977 Iquitos It is sunstroke hot and dripping wet humid when we touch down in the jungle town of Iquitos, Peru. Iquitos is as far from the Atlantic coast, 3000 miles (4828 km), as it is from the Pacific. Today, Iquitos is the world’s largest city that cannot be reached by road. It is linked […]Read More
Hi! If you’ve clicked on this blog, then you must like to travel. New adventures. Different experiences.
We invite you to join us. Some of our experiences:
- a bull fight in Mexico
- how to be fish bait in Crete
- how to eat a guinea pig in Ecuador
- how not to behave on the Galapagos
- wander through a souk in Tunisia
- why we don’t ride elephants in Thailand
So much more awaits you! New postings several times a month…let us be your guide..vamos! (‘let’s go’ in Spanish) and explore the world together.
Our Latest Blogs
Where can you find hoodoos, badlands, dinosaurs and ghosts in close proximity? Easy… …Alberta, Canada! Drive east for about one-and-half to two hours from Calgary to Drumheller. Get ready for a landscape surprise. Hoodoos and Badlands Hoodoos are fascinating geological formations in the Canadian Badlands. Outside of Drumheller, Alberta, large erect hoodoos gather like sleeping […]Read More
Belize is blessed with beautiful people. Ethnically, the Belizean people are Maya, Mestizo, Kriol, Garifuna, East Indian, Arab and Chinese (mainly Taiwanese). As well, there are a number of Mennonite communities. With that mix, it is not surprising Belize has two official languages: English and Kriol (Belizean Creole). Both are spoken throughout the country […]Read More