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Hiking Santa Cruz Without a Guide

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Hiking Santa Cruz Without a Guide

Hiking the Santa Cruz trek in Huaraz, Peru doesn't have to be expensive. You can do it without a guide and have way more fun for less money if you follow our simple steps including a budget, itinerary, and advice.

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Getting To Machu Picchu For $19

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Getting To Machu Picchu For $19

You don't have to fork over hundreds in order to see Peru's exciting historic site of Machu Picchu. Transportation to the lost city takes less than a $20 bill and requires merely a sense of adventure. 

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19 Travel Mistakes Even The Experts Make

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19 Travel Mistakes Even The Experts Make

Even experts in travel make mistakes, big atrocious, embarrassing fundamental mistakes. Traveling is more commonly depicted for its luxurious outcomes, but the energy, money, plans, and failures in executing each trip are threads in which tie everything together. Being an expert at anything including travel means growing from failures that vary by person, context, and comfort.

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Exploring Angkor Wat

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Exploring Angkor Wat

With so much ground to cover in the Angkor archeological park it’s best to have a clear plan, knowing which sites are the most recognizable, the most overrun by the forrest, and the least touristy. Our easy guide for the cheapest way around Angkor, Cambodia and the best places to snap a photo is built from an actual budget detailing the costs for visiting Angkor and the best circuit to take. 

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An Unexpected Stay in Valparaíso, Chile

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An Unexpected Stay in Valparaíso, Chile

Valparaíso, Chile is an iconic corner in the world of street art. Only two hours journey from Chile's capital city of Santiago this coast line cultural hub is a beacon of the independent and youthful voice that emerged after the two decades of a Pinochet dictatorship.  

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