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¡Hola South America! by Gary and Sarah Girotti/Jones
6 Mar 2002  thru  28 Apr 2002
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21 May 2002
We survived Southeast Asia, flew home for five days, and are now tromping through South America, in search of new adventures and more escape from reality! Translation en espanol: ¡Sobrevivimos Asia del sudeste, volamos hogar por cinco días, y somos
¤ A Second Honeymoon in a Postcard Place by ¤ A Postcard Journey
1 Feb 2005  thru  15 Feb 2005
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18 Dec 2008
While our daughter is in Tuscany on her second honeymoon as I write this, I'm already longing for Guatemala where Steve and I were married in 1974 just as the rainy season was beginning. Originally, we were to be married in the outdoor chapel, not
A Badly Planned Trip by Brian O´Sullivan
17 May 2002
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20 Jun 2002
A trip through South America
Argentina by Kirsten K. Kester
20 Feb 2002
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1 Nov 2003
Our only really goal in Argentina was to see the Iguazu waterfall, which is a must when you're in the area. It's not because we don't want to experience all of Argentina - But when you have a time limit it's not easy to do it all.
Brazil by Kirsten K. Kester
12 Jan 2002  thru  10 Apr 2002
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14 Dec 2004
Brazil is really huge and it's the largest country in South America. And actually Brazil shares common boundaries with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador. There is so many beauteful things to see and it just amazes me that there
Buenos Aires by David Renwick
12 Dec 2000
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9 Apr 2001
A City of 30 million People
Cabo San Lucas by Walt Stoneham
5 Jan 2000  thru  25 Jan 2000
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25 Oct 2000
The Baja Penisula hangs down from California, separating the Pacific Ocean from the Sea of Cortez (also called the Gulf of California by the less romantic). I'd wanted to go to there ever since reading John Steinbeck's, "Log From The Sea Of
Central-America by Kirsten K. Kester
11 Jan 2005  thru  11 Apr 2005
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23 Apr 2005
I’m looking so much forward to see Central-America. I believe we’re in for a major treat! We’re going to see ancient Maya ruins, dense jungle with all its life. Swimming The Caribbean Sea, with all ITS life – Hopefully gorgeous fish, rays or
City exploration by krisitn Valta
1 Jan 2003  thru  1 Dec 2003
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12 Nov 2003
I reached the big city to further my knowledge of thge fine arts. These entries are different than most. This trip, I decided to take on the study of a fast paced society, definately new to me. Let's see what society has to teach my youthful mind!
Costa Rica by Nicole Marie
10 Jun 2004  thru  7 Aug 2004
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13 Mar 2007
I spent 8 weeks living in Costa Rica with a Tico family as a part of the FSU study abroad program. I arrived 2 weeks early to explore on my own.
Ecuador by Melissa Davenport
29 Aug 2005
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29 Sep 2005
My last day with Richard and Louise. Sun is shinning (cue bob marley) its a lovely day. Not much on the adgenda, more washing, cashing the change and one more visit to Phils. The weekend was large. Much happened and i got myself into situations i havent
Ecuador - The Amazon Rainforest by Penny Rance
29 Sep 2004  thru  10 Nov 2004
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11 Nov 2004
Having spent 10 days in Namibia I had caught the travel bug! Looking on the internet I came across a website for GVI - Global Vision International, (www.gvi.co.uk) who organise volunteer projects all over the world. Having looked at all the projects
Guatemala-La Vida Loca by Kali Rose

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27 Nov 2003
Guatemala-It started one verrrry early summer morning: June, 29th, 2003.~The begining of something great. We thought we were ready for anything, but when it came down to it..we hadn't a fuckin clue as to the adventures, trials, and people that awaited us
Harpy Eagle Releases in Panama by Notes from the Field

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24 Oct 2001
The Peregrine Fund has been working to conserve the Harpy Eagle since 1989. The species is being captive- bred at the organization's headquarters--the World Center for Birds of Prey, where five pairs of un-releasable eagles are housed. Progeny from these
Life in Querétaro by Rebecca
11 Feb 2003
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26 May 2003
My husband Alberto and I were married last July (2002) in Querétaro, Mexico. He is from Querétaro, and I am from a small town in northwestern Illinois. We began dating in August 1998 while I spent my last semester of college studying abroad at the
Madagascar Project Field Notes by Notes from the Field

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27 Oct 2001
Located off the southeast coast of Africa, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, measuring almost 1,000 miles north to south. It is widely considered among the top ten wildlife conservation priorities in the world because of the high
Mexican Looking Glass by Yiftisa
30 May 2000
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30 May 2000
This is the beginning of the first of my many trips to Mexico. A place I didn't know, had heard little about and was to be enchanted by. It hopefully allows you to see Mexico through my eyes....and the beauty, mystique and wonder of a country so poor
Mexico 2000 by Sharon McRae
1 Jan 2000
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27 Feb 2000
Paraguay by Kirsten K. Kester

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16 Oct 2004
After staying a short time in Argentina we went to Paraguay. To me Paraguay was an unknown country. I haven't really heard anything about Paraguay, except maybe when somebody talked football. But I've never heard of anybody who had actually been there,
San Pedro, Belize by Monica Chong
26 Dec 1999  thru  4 Jan 2000
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15 Jan 2000
Miki, Mito, Christine, and Monica made their way south of the border all the way to San Pedro, Belize for New Years. Our 9 day trip was spent snorkelling, diving, eating seafood, and enjoying delicous island drinks. Of course this is my take, and the way
South American Adventures by Brendan Bell
1 Nov 2001  thru  1 Feb 2002
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20 May 2002
Summer by the Lake by Shub Ganster
3 Jun 2003  thru  18 Aug 2003
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22 Jul 2006
Alright, kiddos. I finally have a shot at getting some stuff down, but only a little. Sorry to keep you all in the dark for so long, but I am currently living in the rice fields of Japan, alternately dodging boredom and rain-clouds. It is currently
Editor's Choice Teaching English in Queretaro, Mexico by Joseph M.
28 Dec 2001
Average Rating of 128 Viewers
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2 Nov 2003
This is my online journal about my experience of going to Queretaro, Mexico for three months to work as an English teacher. As I write this introduction, I am still at home in Minnesota. I'm not exactly sure what to expect at this point. This is a
The $10.00 Princess by william connors
2 Oct 2003  thru  4 Feb 2026
Average Rating of 7 Viewers
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26 Feb 2003
Love at first site with an illegal immigrant from Panema working as a stripper in Guatemala city and the crushing differences between rich and poor.
Uruguay by Kirsten K. Kester
31 Jan 2002  thru  9 Feb 2002
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3 Apr 2002
Actually Uruguay reminds me a bit of Denmark. It´s green and very flat. And like Denmark Uruguay is a farm country and they eat a whole lot of meat like we danes do - Well most danes do..... The Uruguayan, people have a funny habit, (later I learned
You Better Belize It! by KellyandConor

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9 Mar 2003
These are views from our hotel (Tom's Hotel) and a picture of 'the street' of Caye Cauker.


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