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  • Three foodies chronicled their Peruvian culinary adventure

    Last year, we sent three world-class foodies to Peru to get a taste of the place many now consider to be The Gastronomic. Capital of The Americas. Our three foodies were: Gaby Dalkin a chef, recipe developer and the mastermind behind www.whatsgabycooking.com. Adam Pearson is a renowned food stylist, and food photographer Matt Armendariz often shoots his work and is a go-to food photographer for major US brands. The three foodies–and friends–chronicled their Peruvian culinary adventure.

  • 3 Deserts in South America to Help You Beat the Winter Blahs

    As the weather turns colder and Jack Frost begins nipping at your nose, there’s no better time to start planning your next great escape. If you’re stuck in a snowbird state of mind, one of the most enticing ways to beat the cold is to head south of the equator where the seasons are conveniently opposite the icy north. South America offers a number of intriguing retreats, but to really find forever summer, head to one of the desert regions for an epic warm weathered getaway.

    When you’re ready to fly the coop, check out these South American deserts to help beat the winter blahs.

  • Grand Prize Winner of our Footsteps of The Incas

    Congratulations to Annie H. of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Grand Prize Winner of our Footsteps of The Incas sweepstakes.

    The 28-year-old registered nurse, originally from San Francisco, is very comfortable with a backpack loaded on her back. She spent years trekking through the Rocky Mountains, first as a student at the University of Colorado in Bounder, then as a young professional living in Denver.

  • Photo: Christopher Kirk

    Holiday Traditions in South America

    As a traveler or expat, experiencing the holidays outside the U.S. can be an eye opening and life changing experience. As we usher in a new holiday season and begin to reflect upon the past year, on the surface, traditions around the globe may appear very different, but dig a little deeper and you’ll see that we’re all just searching for a cause to celebration. With each country having their own interpretation of food, family and fun, you may be surprised to learn at the core just how similar we actually are, despite personal beliefs and rituals.

    Here are a few of our favorite ways to celebrate the Christmas season in South America.

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