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A blog about life in Switzerland and all things Swiss with a special focus on Swiss language and Swiss food. read more [Hits: 243 - Added: 20-12-11]http://ahumorousguidetoswitzerla...
California family abandons suburbia to volunteer, work and learn Spanish in Peru read more [Hits: 42 - Added: 06-10-09]http://www.alpaca-suitcase.blogs...
Thoughts and images of extreme designers moved out of office about the nature, culture and aesthetics of Peru and the Dominican Republic read more [Hits: 8 - Added: 12-07-10]http://www.fotosdemanana.com/
This blog records my adventures in Lima, with a special focus on the amazing food and the inevitable clashing cultural quirks of a small town in the... read more [Hits: 8 - Added: 31-01-16]https://lifeinperublog.wordpress...
Pelican Tales is about my journey in South America.
read more [Hits: 6 - Added: 14-06-16]http://www.pelicantales.com
One couples journey to make positive changes in northern rural Peru, one cow herder at a time. Plenty of photos and video and more then most can... read more [Hits: 7 - Added: 18-02-14]http://galbavy.wordpress.com/
A single mom & son's travel blog & podcast, chronicling their nomadic adventures as they travel around the world together; Raising Miro on the... read more [Hits: 13 - Added: 01-04-12]http://www.raisingmiro.com
Information about Tarapoto, Peru, including where to stay and what to see. Tarapoto Life also features articles about general events and happenings... read more [Hits: 18 - Added: 30-08-10]http://tarapotolife.wordpress.co...
Mi blog cubre las aventuras de ser mama expatriota en Peru. read more [Hits: 8 - Added: 29-10-14]http://www.wawasinperu.com
It’s spring break! That’s right. Spring break in October may sound crazy but when you live in the Southern Hemisphere and the seasons are are totally backwards according to this midwestern... read more
Posted on 11 October 2019 | 5:55 pm
Wawas in Peru
Photo Credit: Elvert Barnes Ever since Uber’s inception in 2009, the world of urban transportation has been in a state of unending flux thanks to ‘Ridesharing’. When traveling abroad... read more
Posted on 29 July 2019 | 12:57 pm
Raising Miro Travel Blog + Podcast
At times I write about topics not related specifically to Switzerland. This is one of those times and if you're not interested in learning about one of my challenges in the blogging world in 2019 I su... read more
Posted on 18 July 2019 | 2:18 pm
A Humorous Guide to Switzerland
There’s always got to be some water around. The summer stays warm and Galbavy family enjoys staying outside. Advertisements... read more
Posted on 3 July 2019 | 10:54 am
Peru or Bust, one couple's journey to represent USA abroad and aid in ways small and large.
A while back I shared some photos of the local street art in Barranco. And when I say “some,” I really mean it: Barranco is a painted city. Whelp, I’ve collected another batch o... read more
Posted on 27 October 2017 | 3:38 pm
Top Highlights of Patagonia that can't be missed on a trip to Argentina and Chile.
The post A Bus, Some Mountains, Two Glaciers and A Bird: Highlights of Patagonia appeared first on Pelican Tales.... read more
Posted on 29 April 2017 | 11:51 pm
A guest post by Scott L. In the cloud-covered hills above Tarapoto, the pueblo of Lamas sits on a ridge overlooking a fertile valley. The farms, or chacras, in the […]... read more
Posted on 7 January 2016 | 7:18 pm
Захотk-7;лось нам немноk-5;о расшиl-8;иm... read more
Posted on 26 August 2013 | 7:33 pm
fotos de mañana
Something didn’t seem right when reading about the Suez Canal in our Lonely Planet guidebook for “Egypt.” The book talked about the engineering wonder being an “impressive sigh... read more
Posted on 15 February 2012 | 7:40 pm
Family world travel and volunteering
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