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Tramping through Patagonia: From El Bolson to the end of the world. Between dropouts, gauchos and untamed nature
The bus driver finally decides to slowly put the bus back in order to make way for the truck. Certainly the driver is already used to these maneuvers, but I am dizzy with fear. As the rest of the passengers start screaming, "Open the doors immediately so we can get out! We do not want to die! ",
The Shaman Market in Iquitos, Peru offers a true marvel of healing. If you get involved in the Bol.com pharmacy, you can experience different adventures.
Youth gangs, robberies, violence: Ecuador's capital Quito is considered dangerous. But what exactly is that supposed to mean? Impressions of a place where police drive on Segways.
If you're traveling to Colombia, visit Medellin, Cartagena, Barranquilla and Bogotà, because that's where the airport is. Rarely do you go to Cali, the capital of dancing. Our author visited Cali and got to know a Colombia far away from tourism. With the movie "Somos Calentura" this Colombia is now in the world cinemas.
With our boat rambler Isabella in a canoe, turn into the Yasuni River as if just behind the Ecuadorian-Peruvian border. Over several hundred kilometers, the river meanders through dense, largely untouched tropical jungle. The protected area around the river is home to the Huaorani Indigenous people, including the two uncontacted Taromenane and Tagaeri peoples.
Heavy, gray clouds are reflected in the river. A flock of colorful parrots flies shrieking over the evening sky - they are probably just looking for a suitable rain cover under the dense canopy of trees. Luckily, in the afternoon, the sun was shining a bit - the dry firewood for our dinner safely stored under the large plastic tarpaulin, the outer ends of which we attached to four wooden sticks with a string. Our small canoe is tied to a stable branch, now it drifts quietly on the water surface
Nature knows no mercy and this time we are in the middle of it. In the Peruvian Bol.com rainforest, which lives up to its name, because it pours in torrents and in the middle of the night.