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Iguazu Falls, Waterfalls and Wildlife

October 7th, 2014

In the midst of the lush jungles and rainforests of Argentina and Brazil lies the tiny town of Iguazu, and within Iguazu lies the famous and world-renowned fifth largest waterfall in the world, Iguazu Falls. With a majority of the falls, eighty percent, in Argentina, and the other twenty percent in Brazil, Iguazu as a town, river, and falls is vast and well worth the visit. A three-hour flight from Mendoza, or an hour flight from Buenos Aires and you’re right in the middle of the tropical rainforest of Iguazu.     Most people say the falls if better viewed from the Brazilian side,... Read More

Cusco, Peru: The Backpacker’s Paradise

September 9th, 2014

Cusco is most commonly known as the first, and major pit stop on the way up to legendary Machu Picchu. However, it’s much more than just a city people travel through; it’s an exceptionally beautiful and charming town where backpackers from all over the world come together.                                                     This was part of my first leg of my trip to South America, about a year ago. On the small plane to Cusco, most likely from Lima, (Peru’s capital... Read More

Travel Further with Hannah Marsala

September 5th, 2014

My oldest memories from my childhood involve trekking through mosquito-infested jungles, rafting on bamboo shoots, my parents voluntarily taking me searching for crocodiles in the wild, and incessant long airplane rides. My name is Hannah Marsala, I’m 24-years old, originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, now calling Boulder, CO home. Traveling has been a part of my life since the day I was born. With a Mom as a flight attendant and a Dad who lives part time overseas, traveling has always been in my blood.                                As... Read More