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For our second post, here are photos of an annual dinner that we hold for our wonderful guides in Cusco. The dinner was held at Inka's Grill and later the festivities hit the Cross Keys Bar.If you've …

Travels through Cusco to the Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco, the San Pedro market for fresh goods, the local market in Urubamba, and Samanapac Hotel in Ollantaytambo.

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Juice vendors at San Pedro MarketWoman vendor at the local San Pedro Market Beautiful floral arrangements at the local San Pedro Market Indigenous women selling medicinal plants at San Pedro markeDoing the dyeing with natural plants at the CTTCGuide Ayul explains how to get the differents colors
Me and a tortoise, i made a friend
The Millennium is a favorite 16 passenger ship in Galapagos The following article was written by Galapagos traveler M. Sparga. Thanks for the contribution! The first time I went to the Galapagos …
I received this update from one of the coolest shopping sites on the Web - www.Novica.com. Novica features indigenous art from around the world and in honor of Carnival in Brazil today, they're …
Welcome to Adventure Life's brand new blog! My goal with this blog is to provide a wide range of articles, discussions, and news about travel to Latin America and small ship cruises worldwide. Check …
sunset on the beach
Kathleen Rollins
We were pounding across the rough sea between San Cristobal and Santa Cruz, with the four of us seated on the upper deck bench of the “Sofia Girl,” when Captain Naim “Nacho” …
Pedro & Mariano
Renee Noffke
River crossing, hiking on the glacier, and transferring to El Calafate.
Plaza de Armas in Trujillo
Betty Jaramillo
After a relaxing night, we woke up to drive down to Nazca and make the arrangements for the flight over the lines. The lines were amazing, but the experience of flying on small craft that shakes your …
Yacht Basin at Puerto Madero
Kenneth Nelson
We hit the ground running at 10 am after about 36 hours of travel for my wife, Kathy, myself (Ken), and our friend, Alberta. We arrive a day ahead for our Adventure Life tour of Buenos Aires, and …
2 Land Iguanas
Diane Meixner
We could either have a dry or wet landing with our pangas, this day the water was a bit rough, but our skilled drivers kept us safe. We were able to see the pacific green sea turtles mating. What …
Deception Island
Jayne Hope
During the crossing of the Drake Passage we had seminars on ice bergs, glaciers, marine life, birds, vegetation and history. We received expedition jackets, special boots and directions on getting in …
Guanaco in Torres del Paines National Park
Margalit Ziv
• The panoramic view from the top of the Sugar Loaf Mountain, at 1,296 ft (395m) above sea-level, is breathtaking. Two sets of cable cars elevated us to the top of Sugar Loaf. The first brings …
Galapagos Tortoise
Kathleen Rollins
Andreas, our naturalist on Santa Cruz, had given us an overview of the geology and biology of the islands, as well as a review of Charles Darwin’s research there. Often referred to locally as …
Passing the mate
Renee Noffke
Relatively less strenuous hike to Lago Torre.

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