The Dominican Republic’s traditional food is one of the many things to enjoy in this Caribbean country.
Read this post to learn about delicious Dominican Republic traditional food recipes. Dominican Republic native food has historical influences and is an homage to all the plants that grow in their rich land.
Sancocho (meat stew) and tostones (crispy twice-fried plantains)...Read More
Panama City is the perfect tropical getaway and a vibrant metropolis where worlds coexist. It’s an immigration and trade hub with a mix of cultures, customs, and lifestyles.
Panama City is full of taxis, casinos, clubs, construction sites, and more. It’s also close to stunning beaches and biodiverse jungles. Strolling through Casco Viejo’s cobblestone streets takes you back in...Read More
Panama beaches are some of the best, both on the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Some are lively with music and restaurants on the shore, while others are a calmer place for a quiet escape.
The Panamanian beaches found along the Pacific Coast are mostly long and wide with giant waves; these beaches are ideal for surfers. The Caribbean Panama beaches are calmer, so ideal for...Read More
Barceloneta, Puerto Rico is located on the northern coast of the island. It has an area of 18.7 square miles (48.5 sq km), and it’s also known as the Industrial City of Puerto Rico.
Full of tradition and folklore, in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico trovadores (troubadours) and improvisadores (improvisers) walk the streets of this unique region.
While the town is full of...Read More
Ushuaia, Argentina is known as the end of the world. If you love to travel and explore unique destinations, Ushuaia, Argentina should definitely be on your list!
Check out Ushuaia, Argentina on your tour of South America or if you’re taking a cruise to Antarctica. Many see it as a stepping stone to Antarctica, only to find that Ushuaia, Argentina has a magic of its own. You feel as...Read More
The Spanish American War in 1898 lasted three months, two weeks, and four days. The war was between Spain and the United States. Spain declared war on the U.S. because it supported Cuba’s wishes to be an independent country.
William McKinley, the US president at the time, wanted to avoid war. However, public and political influence, as well as the sinking of US Navy ships off the coast of...Read More
The best airports in Latin America are stepping stones to countless exotic destinations in Mexico, Central America, and South America.
Like all airports around the globe, airports in Latin America follow COVID-19 protocols and have moderate restrictions as shown on this map. As long as you wear a mask, follow protocols, and travel safely, you’re ready to embark upon an adventure in...Read More
The 100+ volcanoes in Costa Rica are just some of the many reasons to visit this beautiful country with abundant tropical rainforests and natural wonders.
All volcanoes in Costa Rica are located between two tectonic plates that push against each other. Just imagine the stunning views with the Caribbean Sea to the northeast of the volcanoes!
Only five Costa Rican volcanoes...Read More
If you have a sweet tooth and are planning to travel to Argentina, going to an Argentinian panadería (bakery) is a must! Argentinian panaderías have a delightful selection of delicious traditional desserts.
At the many confiterías (candy shops) in Argentina, people stop by for a cup of coffee and a piece of cake, candy, or bread. These Argentinian panaderías are beautiful, and their...Read More
What’s the difference between Halloween and Day of the Dead? The similarities between Halloween and Day of the Dead are undeniable.
People love these holidays for their decorations, costumes, traditions, food, and honoring the departed.
If you’re learning Spanish or planning a trip to a Hispanic culture, it’s the perfect opportunity to understand the differences and...Read More