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Sun, sea, sand and…sustainability

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Posted in Activities, Africa, Barbados, Chile, Europe, Green Travel, Holiday Travel, South America, Wild Life

The Bahamas. Photo: Ethical Traveler Planning your perfect holiday involves several exciting decisions: will it be seaside or city, on-tap entertainment or splendid isolation, excellent for culture vultures or family friendly?
How well a country treats its people, its animals and its environment rarely even gets a look in. But
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The Eternal Mystery: The Statues of Easter Island

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Posted in Chile, Destinations, Easter Island, Historical travel

Here, the winds speak. And the spirits speak, if you listen for them. But no one else here does…because no one else here knows, exactly. Lying 2,300 miles away from Chile, the country that governs it, it’s the most remote populated island on Earth. The nearest populated “neighbor” is Pitcairn
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DOs and DONTs: New Year in Valparaiso

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Posted in Adventure, Backpacking, Chile, Festivals, South America

Chilean Revelers Valparaiso, for want of a better word, is a shanty town on the coast of Chile. Starting from its docks, sitting in that all too commonly found water, colored grayish brown by the offal of container ships, it extends up scattered hills away from the sea. The city
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Antarctica – Voyage to the end of the world

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Posted in Antarctica, Chile, Destinations

“Out of whose womb came the ice? And the hoary frost of Heaven, who hath gathered it? The waters are hid as with a stone, and the face of the deep is frozen.” – Job 38:29 It is a land with little soil, where 96% of its mass is covered
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