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Inti Aperture

http://intiaperture.blogspot.com/

This blog chronicles the adventures of an American living it up in Lima, Peru. What goes on in those travels is exciting enough to make readers want to join the blogger.


The Tranquilo Traveler

http://blog.joshuaberman.net/

Blogger Joshua is a real ace when it comes to worthwhile Central American voyage and adventure. Learn from his expertise with this comprehensive blog page.

Rocky Mountain Travel: My AFAR.com Travel Guide to Colorado is Live!
by Joshua over 3 years ago
35 Fun Gifts for Dads Who Travel
by Joshua over 3 years ago

An American in Lima

http://americaninlima.com/

Blogger Barbara Drake decided a few years ago to blog about her pleasure in living in Lima. She writes with a true sense of compassion for the beautiful but beleaguered land.



David Lida

http://davidlida.com/

Mexico City, one of the most populated metropolises in the world, is really not as well-known as other similarly-sized cities. Blogger David amends that discrepancy.

Sex positive
by admin over 2 years ago
What I do when I am not writing
by David Lida over 2 years ago

A Canuck in Cancun

http://www.cancuncanuck.com/

This Canadian blogger knew that Cancun would be the best remedy for the frost of her homeland. She argues for Cancun to be seen as a place for the young at heart, not just the young and drunk.

My Cancun as an Airtransat Expert Expat - Video
by noreply@blogger.com (CancunCanuck) almost 2 years ago
Un Paso Mas Por Lesly - One More Step for Lesly
by noreply@blogger.com (CancunCanuck) about 2 years ago


Roads Less Traveled

http://tracybarnettonline.com/blog/

The bilingual travel writer and blogger has opted to travel the length of Latin America. Such a daring adventure has already resulted in writing of the highest caliber.

Helmut, the German medicine man
by Tracy over 3 years ago
Behind the Scenes: What Wirikuta Fest fans bought with their tickets
by Tracy over 3 years ago


Latin Flyer Blog

http://www.latinflyerblog.com/

The Latin Flyer surveys all of Latin America for some exceptional recommendations on what to see, do, and experience. It's also a spot for spot-on hotel reviews.


Interamericana

http://interamericana.co.uk/

The British blog concentrates on the pleasures and promises of Central America. In particular, it offers coverage of its interesting and enormous highway system.

PSX_20140920_185322 [Flickr]
by Richard Arghiris about 3 years ago
PSX_20140921_124553 [Flickr]
by Richard Arghiris about 3 years ago

Esperanza Project

http://theesperanzaproject.org/

This blog is particularly noteworthy for its focus on the community aspect that defines L.A. Culture. It provides basically mandatory reading for anyone thinking of traveling there.

HUICHOLES FILM NOMINATED BEST DOCUMENTARY: RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL
by Tracy about 3 years ago
El Llamado de Quetzalcoatl: Materializando la Visión
by Tracy about 3 years ago

Brendan's Adventures

http://www.brendansadventures.com/

Titling his site "The World is My Jungle Gym," blogger Brendan is truly gifted at letting his readers experience with him his adventures. The writing is action-packed and scintillating.

We’re Going to Cuba! Join Us!!
by Brendan van Son almost 2 years ago
Spending the New Year in Budapest at the Aria Hotel
by Brendan van Son almost 2 years ago


Hot Avocado

http://hotavocado.tumblr.com/

A young rubia, or red-head, decided to leave America and learn how to love a new culture in Chile. Her blog will inspire you to take up similar chutzpah and get into the country.


Hogar Luceros

http://hogarluceros.blogspot.com/

This blog represents an excellent C.A. travel program located in the heart of Nicaragua. The writing exposes you to the truth of an existence there.



Adventures of a Gringa

http://riogringa.typepad.com/

This twentysomething New Yorker abandoned the Big Apple for a couple of years to taste the flavors of Brazil. Her writing style still carries strong whiffs of the country's vibrant culture.

Boosting Student Exchanges Between Brazil and the U.S.
by Rio Gringa about 3 years ago
In Their Own Words: Rocinha Before and After Pacification
by Rio Gringa about 3 years ago

Made in Brazil

http://madeinbrazil.typepad.com/

Brazil is reputed to have one of the most booming economies and cultures in the world right now. Traveling there? Shore up your knowledge on the land here.


The Panama Gringo

http://thepanamagringo.com/

It cannot have been easy at first for this typical American to fully transition into Panamanian society. But this blog indicates the transition to have been very very fruitful.

Voting Overseas for United States
by Jackie over 3 years ago
Panama Tops International Living’s Best Places to Retire List
by The Big Gringo almost 4 years ago



Ecuador Adventures

http://www.ecuadoradventures.com/

This blog will get you to ignore any Ecuadorean info that doesn't come straight from the source. All the writing and advice from this blog is derived directly from the land.


Tim's El Salvador Blog

http://luterano.blogspot.com/

El Salvador, though tiny in comparison to some other L.A. lands, packs a punch for adventuresome travelers. Tim writes charmingly all about the little country that could, and can.

D'Aubuisson: No street will carry your name!
by Tim about 3 years ago
Dramatic images of El Salvador's civil war
by Tim about 3 years ago

A Beautiful Mess

http://www.abeautifulmess.typepad.com/

A Beautiful Mess is a blog of everything that is handmade, fashion and pretty. This is a very visual site with lots of beautiful pictures. This is very polished site with resources for your scrapbooking needs and much more.

A Few of My Favorite Things
by A Beautiful Mess over 3 years ago
Mini Margarita Flight
by A Beautiful Mess over 3 years ago