Check out these interesting short stories and tips from more than 34 solo female travelers who travelled alone through South America. The women who wrote their stories below are from various nationalities and were between 19 and 45 years old when they travelled through Latin America. 1- K. a Canadian traveler who’s deaf Travelling solo was an opportunity for me to see and do the things I wanted at my own pace, without having to compromise. Even though I left home solo, I often met other travellers who were going to the same cities and wanted to do the same things so we would become short-term travel buddies. Because of this, I rarely felt lonely. When a fellow traveller and

Ecuador visa update 22-8-2018 On January 5 in 2017 the Ecuadorian government approved a new immigration law called: “La Nueva Ley de Movilidad Humana”. Part of this law serves to help Ecuadorian migrants who want to come back to Ecuador, but there are also new tourist visa regualtionsis with news for tourists who want to come to Ecuador. The problem with the new law was that many new regulations seemed good ideas, but turned out to be unpractical, or just very difficult to enforce… Official PDF copy of the new law: //www.aduana.gob.ec/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Ley-Organica-de-Movilidad-Humana.pdf On August 21, 2018, most inconclusive details from the new immigration law have finally been sorted out and on the following website you can find more information about

The introduction of Potosí Historical seen the Bolivian city of Potosí and its Cerro Rico Silver Mines are without doubt the most important influences in South America history. But the mines and city of Potosí are now almost like a forgotten movie star, famous in its own time, but forgotten by new generations… Hopefully this article can help Potosí and its mines to gain back some of their fame. History of Potosí and its silver mines In pre-Hispanic times the current province of Potosí was mainly inhabited by ethnic groups called Charcas, Chullpas and Aymara. These cultures lived from agriculture and selling ceramic pottery and jewelry made from silver. When the ethnic group of Quechuas, better known as Inca’s, invaded

Ica, Huacachina Tours The pretty Oasis of Huacachina is located in the desert, about 4 km outside the town of Ica. It is only a small village with maybe about 100 inhabitants living around a natural lake and surrounded by high sand dunes. The history of Huacachina The origin of the name Huacachina seems to come from the words “waqay china”, which means “crying woman” in the local language Quechua. There are different local legends about the emergence of the lake. But in general storyline talks about a beautiful princes, with a beautiful voice who fell in love with a brave warrior. The warrior died in a battle and the sad princes looked for a quite spot to cry. She

Lima Airport Bus Finally Lima, the capital of Peru joins most other capitals in the world with having a direct bus service from the airport to the Miraflores district. Miraflores is the main hotel/ hostel area of the Metropolis Lima and depending on the traffic, a ride from the airport to Miraflores can take between 30 min. to over an hour… In Miraflores the bus has 7 fixed stops, which are each only a minutes walking away from popular hotels and hostels. Walking in Miraflores is also very safe, even at night time. The Airport Express Lima bus service operates 365 days a year and is provided by a privet company called Airport Express Lima. The bus schedule is roughly