• Guatemala
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    World tour: Guatemala

    Step 1: Antigua Antigua is the former capital of Guatemala and the favorite compared to Guatemala City. Moreover, if you arrive at Guatemala City airport, there are many shuttles all day to go directly to Antigua. Antigua kept its colonial style with the colorful houses, the paved streets and the magnificent buildings. Between the churches, the main square and the Cerro del Cruz which offers a viewpoint on the city, you have enough to see for an entire day. Outside of Antigua, there is the famous volcano El Fuego. Its particularity comes from the fact that it’s always erupted. If you book a tour, you can climb at the top…

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    World tour: Ecuador

    After one month in Colombia, I arrived at the extreme south of the country. My logical next move was to continue my travel in Ecuador. From the mountains to the beach, from party cities to historical villages, from chilling on a beach to hiking in the mountains, I tell you everything about my trip! Step 1: Otavalo I left Colombia in the south; it makes sense I reached Ecuador in the north. So I start to discover the country with the village named Otavalo. This place is famous for its crafts marker. The market is every day but it gets bigger on Saturday when people from other villages come. But…

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    World Tour: Argentina

    After Chile, I continue my trip to Argentina. Mostly to hike as much as I can with breathtaking landscapes! Ready for it? Step 1: Bariloche In Argentina, Bariloche is the start of Patagonia. This ski station is a good introduction for hiking, but also perfect if you need to buy gears. If you’re interested, there are many shops in the city center, you will find every major brand and all prices. About the hikes, I will introduce you 4 of them I liked the most: Cerro Campagnario This first summit is the most famous and easiest in Bariloche. It is accessible by chairlift or you can walk 45min to reach…