South America



Huayna Picchu behind the Machu Picchu ruins.

Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela

Machu Picchu, possibly the most famous tourist site in South America.

Learning about coffee in Lima.

The Galapagos, or what is it with these tiny islands?



Where the students are…

About Peru:

Food in Lima. Lima is possibly the most famous “it girl” food destination of the moment! Read my constantly updating list of 100 restaurants to try in Lima. And subscribe to my blog as, at the moment, most of my blog postings are about food in Lima.

Asian food hunt: Found it in Lima.

I finally managed to make it to Peru, and I ate a lot.


About Colombia:

With lots of visitors to Bogota, I’ve got my tourist plan worked out.

I’ve eaten some of the national food.

Looking forward to the new adventures and what I recall from my last visit to Colombia.

I went back to Cartagena.

My plan is to try 100 new kinds of fruit in Colombia… in Bangladesh, I went to 100 restaurants.

There are stereotypes about Colombia but it’s so much more, and trying so hard to become so much more.

Here is my roundup of the best expat blogs about Colombia. And a few laughs from the number one blog in Colombia (not mine…).

I made it to El Dorado. Quest over, next one in the making.

I’ve talked about emeralds. And dogs.

I’ve been to my favorite tourist attraction in Bogota, the market

My hunt for Asian food continues. Korean food in particular.


2 responses to “South America

  1. Don’t tell the Colombians, but despite being great dancers and happy people. I am not sure that they invented salsa!

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