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visiting Iguacu Falls on an organized tour

6 Reasons to Book an Organized Travel Tour Instead of Doing it On Your Own

On my three long trips around the world as a backpacker, I was a staunchly independent traveler who definitely looked down on the sheep who were on an organized travel tour. Those idiots! Now that I’m making a real living though
Salta Argentina, now a cheap place to travelagain

Argentina’s Cheap/Not Cheap Travel Light Has Turned Green Again

For the moment, it’s financial crisis time again in the land of tango, which means this is suddenly a great time to travel Argentina on the cheap. It was less than a year ago when I returned from Argentina and lamented

Argentina’s Desert, Bhutan Baths, and Random Wandering in India

The latest issue of Perceptive Travel just went live, as my publication launched back in 2006 enters its 13th year. If you’re looking for some of the best travel stories to read, you’ve got plenty to check out there in the
traveling in Argentina no bargain now

Sorry Kids, but Argentina is Not Much of a Travel Bargain Now

Editor’s Note – I’m leaving this post up to show how much difference a year can make. Thanks to a financial crisis, prices have dropped by more than half again from what you see here. Check the update: Argentina’s Cheap/Not Cheap
Cabo Raso Argentina

Portuguese Food, Complicated Colombia, and a Ghost Town in Patagonia

A new month is here and it’s time for the latest issue of Perceptive Travel, featuring some of the best stories on the web from wandering book authors. You can get straight to the issue page here: online travel magazine. Tom