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Articles Mexico - Few travelers know that a tiny insect, native to Oaxaca, impacted the world economy for close to 200 years, after the Spanish first arrived in Mexico: the strong natural red dye from the cochineal or cochinilla, a bug living off the nopal cactus.
Articles Italy - Avoid the tourist traps and discover a new side of Italy by exploring rural, medieval-era Tuscan towns.
Articles Peru - Freelance writer Skip Kaltenheuser's epic journey through the Peruvian Amazon in search of one of the last remaining medicine men.
Articles Honduras - Tourism has been greatly affected by the political crisis.Hope for many of the villagers around the national park has been affected as well.It´s our job to bring back the ideals that will become the proyects of the future.
Articles Mexico - A very high cuisine developed in the Tlaxcala/Puebla area of Mexico in pre-Hispanic times. It was added to and enhanced by Spanish and French influences resulting in a kitchen as rich, subtle and complex as any in the world; well beyond what is usual
Articles Tennessee - Little-known travel secrets for the Great Southern lakes region of Tennessee.
Articles Ohio - Cincinnati has lots to do from amusement parks to museums. It has great restaurants, a fabulous zoo, major league sports, canoeing, horseback riding, bicycling and more. It also has a wealth of historical places to visit.
Articles Mexico - Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world with a population of 22 million. It has many colorful parks as well as a wealth of cultural museums and attractions including the enchanting Ballet Folkloric which performs throughout the year,
Articles Botswana - Arguably southern Africa's most popular safari destination - a hugely unpopulated territory that enjoys political and economic stability and is blessed with impressive wildlife and wilderness areas.
Articles Australia - Having spent a decade living on the Gold Coast, I have a lot of favourite places. The best by far are the world class beaches sweeping the length of the coast. Imagine driving the beach strip in your own home on wheels, and once you have found a stre
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