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1. Colombia Begins Repatriating Dead From Chartered Plane Crash
December 02, 2016

An honor guard played taps early Friday as members of Colombia's military loaded five flight crew victims of an air crash that also killed most members of a soccer team onto a cargo plane for the trip back to their native Bolivia. The five were all Bolivian crew members of the chartered flight that crashed into the Andes mountains on Monday, killing 71 people, including players and coaches from Chapecoense, a small-town Brazilian soccer team that was headed to the Copa Sudamericana...... (read more)

2. Locals, Llamas benefit from Bolivian Conservation Program
November 26, 2016

Before European colonization, the Bolivian llama was a source of food and clothing for the indigenous peoples. But exploitation and overhunting pushed them close to extinction. They're on the road to recovery, thanks to programs like one in Bolivia, in the high Andes. VOA'S Kevin Enochs reports.... (read more)

3. Discover the Beautiful Birdlife of Bolivia
November 21, 2016

Dedicated bird holidays can take participants to a range of destinations as diverse as Australia, Spain, Chile, Kenya and Bolivia. With the assistance of a naturalist guide, professionally organised bird holidays open up new and exotic habitats to enthusiasts who may never have had the opportunity to encounter the endemic species of different countries. Bolivia's Prolific Birdlife While Bolivia may not immediately spring to mind as a destination for bird holidays, in the foothills of the Andes, the lush lowlands and the mysterious cloud forests the country's prolific avian species ca... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Purple Rice, Hairless Apricots to get Boost Under Mountain Label Scheme
October 03, 2016

Purple rice from the Himalayas, hairless apricots from Kyrgyzstan and black amaranth grains from the Andes are just some of the foods to be labeled mountain products under a scheme to help boost incomes of farmers in these remote regions. The custodians of most of the world's freshwater and a unique biodiversity are under pressure from growing hunger, climate change and marginalization by governments, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said. FAO's Mountain...... (read more)

5. Freeze Dryer and how it Works
August 01, 2016

The procedure of stop drying added another life to sustenance stockpiling and made the preparing simple to handle. Of course, the procedure of stop drying was known not antiquated Peruvian Incas of the Andes. They used to store their potatoes and some different nourishment in the mountains above Machu Picchu. The nourishment used to get solidified because of icy mountain temperatures, and the water gradually vaporized because of the low pneumatic stress at high heights. It was industrially created in World War II in any case, was not recorded with a patent law lawyer or patent lawyer Californi... (read more)

Author: Brian Wilson

6. Man Flees Intercourse Cost, Survives 4 Months In Andes
November 12, 2013 Remember, don't shy away from using liquid plumbers; they're nice merchandise that actually make dealing with some clogs and drain issues a snap. Nevertheless, bear in mind of what is inflicting the clog or where the clog is. It may be really nasty/damaging/dangerous to be utilizing liquid plumbers within the incorrect conditions. Learn the instructions, seek the advice of the web, and know your appliances. When unsure, name a plumber and ask, we are at all times round and love helping out. We hope you discove... (read more)

Author: Deqn Simeonov

7. Stay In Cessnock Accommodation That Has Alpacas For A Great Trip
November 07, 2013

Alpacas and Cessnock accommodation, what have they got in common? On the face of it nothing! But if you dig deeper you will see that there is a connection. First though, for those that are not entirely sure what an alpaca even is, here goes. Alpacas are domesticated species of South American camelid. They resemble a small llama in appearance. Alpacas are kept in herds that graze on the level heights of the Andes of southern Peru, northern Bolivia, Ecuador, and northern Chile at an altitude of 3,500 m to 5,000 m above sea level, throughout the year. Alpacas are considerably smaller than llama... (read more)

Author: Andrew Walters

8. Vacation Tour Packages The Snowy World of Adventure Beckons You
October 03, 2013

Holiday Trip Offers can be done in reverse, but an ideal place to start is Santiago, Chile. The town will make an impression on you with its modern experience, delightful delicacies, and amazing Andes Mountain background. From Santiago it is possible to detour to these hills for snowboarding in the wintertime. Otherwise, there is plenty to do within the town, such as trips to attractions like Santa Lucia Mountain, around elegant northeastern structures and chapels, and discovery of communities like Bellavista. San Cristobal Mountain, a large park complex in the middle of the town, has outstand... (read more)

Author: priya mehra

9. Machu Picchu
September 30, 2013

Machu Picchu is the mysterious city of the Incas, built in the middle of the XV century, and the tourist center of Peru. It is located about 100 km from the capital of the Inca Empire. The city of Cusco is so secluded and tucked away in the Andes that it had not been able to reach the Spanish colonizers. It should be noted that the locals have always known about Machu Picchu, but were slow to share information with outsiders. History of the discovery of this city is very interesting: the fact is that Hiram Bingham was looking for a different city - the legendary Vilcabamba - where according t... (read more)

Author: Alice Cooper

10. Vacation Tour Packages The Snowy World of Adventure Beckons
September 27, 2013

Get-away Tour Packages might be carried out in converse, yet a perfect beginning stage is Santiago, Chile. The city will astound you with its up to date feel, tasty food, and stunning Andes Mountain scenery. From Santiago it is conceivable to reroute to these mountains for skiing in the winter months. Overall, there is bounty to do inside the city, incorporating visits to milestones like Santa Lucia Hill, tours of tasteful pioneer edifices and places of worship, and investigation of neighborhoods like Bellavista. San Cristobal Hill, an expansive stop mind boggling amidst the city, has magnific... (read more)

Author: sonia ahuja

11. Geography of Bolivia
September 25, 2013

Salar de Uiyni. Flora and fauna   The slopes of the Andes are covered with dense forests. In the upper slopes are growing deciduous trees, which are dominated by alder, in the lower - cinchona tree , tree ferns , bamboo and vines . In the north- eastern part of the Andes grow tropical rainforest dominated by palm trees. It is here that coca bush is actively cultivated.   In the south of the Andes there are sparse and dry deciduous forest. In the vicinity of Lake Titicaca are quebracho forests. In Oriente dominate tall-grass savannas . In the north -east of the Plains begins damp fores... (read more)

Author: Alice Cooper

12. A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Mendoza, Argentina Pinot Grigio
September 23, 2013

This week's inexpensive; potentially bargain wine comes from Mendoza, Argentina's major wine-producing region. Mendoza boasts an unbelievable 300 days of sunshine per year. Glacial melt waters from the Andes "irrigate" the desert, and the soil is organically poor (just in case you don't know, that's fine for wine grapes). Given the large number of Argentines of Italian background, it's no surprise that the grape is called Pinot Grigio rather than the French-English version, Pinot Gris. The Argento winery was established in 1998. It produces over a dozen wines from popular grapes; several are a... (read more)

Author: Levi Reiss

13. Do you wish for to get females to like you? After that go to Peru at which girls tend to be so effo
September 10, 2013

Do it is important to desire to get females to like you? Afterward go to Peru where girl are easy and hot In the traditional sites to the actual exotic wood as well as magnificent peaks with the Andes Mountaintops, the low cost flights to Peru present immense prospects for vacationers. If you're going to journey to this delicious destination, you need to prep in advance by consulting a good excursion planner plus local travel agent. You should get aircraft to Peru from authorities and reduce the vacation. Peru comes complete with an astounding a number of places, which you'll pay a visit to.... (read more)

Author: Socorro Sweeny

14. Do it is important to fancy to get ladies to like you? Afterward go to Peru at which chicks are so
September 09, 2013

Do it is important to want to get young women to like you? Then go to Peru in which women tend to be so simple and hot Through the significant sites to the particular unusual wooded environment plus magnificent highs of the Andes Rocks, the low stand up flights to Peru tender great opportunity for outdoorspeople. If you intend to visit this very good destination, you must get ready ahead of time by seeking the services of the best outing conniver in addition to local travel agent. You could buy travel arrangements to Peru from industry professionals plus reduce your trip. Peru has to go to a... (read more)

Author: Socorro Sweeny

15. Man Rescued After Surviving Winter on Foot in Andes
September 09, 2013

A 58-year-old Uruguayan man who disappeared four months ago in the remote Andes Mountains has been found alive.Argentine authorities say they found Raul Fernando Gomez Circunegui Sunday in a shelter 2,840 meters above sea level when they traveled there to record snow levels.Gomez set out in May to motorcycle across the Andes between Chile and Argentina. He said his motorcycle broke down and he tried to finish his trip on foot, but became disoriented by two heavy snowfalls. Local media reported he survived winter by eating rats he trapped, sugar, raisins, and food stored in mountain shelter... (read more)

16. Certain Major Features of Islam
September 03, 2013

What is Islam? First of all it is indeed necessary to give a brief account of Islam. Islam literally means submission to Allah alone. One who completely submits to Allah and the Divine injunctions is a Muslim. Islam is a very wide term and covers the entire universe and religion of all such things which do not even possess life, will and discretion is Islam. Some fundamental Elements of Islam are discussed below: As the outset come ‘Wudu’. We must bear in first that without Wudu no prayer is acceptable to Allah. Wudu (ablution) is indispensable for every prayer and recitation of the Holy ... (read more)

Author: Sion Andes

17. Eager to Spend a Hassle Free Vacation? Rent a Car in Salta
August 20, 2013

Below are six questions that you will need when you sit to plan for your next vacation. • Where exactly is Salta? Situated in the north western part of Argentina, in the Lerma valley, Salta lying in the foothills of the Andes also serves as the capital of the Salta province. It is situated nearly 3800 feet above sea level. • Why would you go to Salta? Also lovingly called as Salta la Linda meaning Salta the beautiful, this picturesque city located in the embrace of the Alps is one of the rare tourist destinations that serve the voracious appetite of the different kinds of t... (read more)

Author: David Fernandez

18. How to Make Beats for Rap Music Online
August 19, 2013

Making Beats for Rap Music Online is really interesting. There are important instructions in making beats for Rap Music Online. First you get something that makes beat. In doing so you just bear in mind that a drum machine or beat-making program are not at all expensive ways in creating beats at home. If you are lacking either of the two, then just find friends who can beatbox. Secondly, on your beat-making device just lay down a basic beat. Note that most beats consist minimally of a bass drum and a treble beat. Your drum source may have built-in beats that can assist you getting started... (read more)

Author: Sion Andes

19. New Species of Mammal Discovered in Andes
August 15, 2013

Scientists say they have found a new species of carnivore in the cloud forests of the Andes mountains in South America - the first discovery of its kind in more than 30 years. The one-kilogram olinguito has big eyes and orange-brown fur, and it resembles both a cat and a cuddly, stuffed toy bear. The tree-dwelling creature shares its family roots with raccoons and kinkajous.   It turns out that the olinguito was known to people, but misidentified for more than 100 years as the similar, but larger, olingo.  A team of researchers studying olingo specimens in museums notic... (read more)

20. Get around Salta with Skip Rent a Car services
August 14, 2013

Salta is an Argentinian city located in Lerma Valley in the foot of the Andes Mountains. Salta is also known as the capital city of the Salta province. The weather of this region is warm and dry and receives an annual rainfall of about seven hundred and fifty millimetres. Other than week long dust storms in spring, Salta is a fine place to visit the rest of the year. Getting around Salta can be done easily with the services of car rental, Salta. There are Skip Rent a Car services that will help you to get around in the city. With services of car rental, Salta you can drive by yourself of get a... (read more)

Author: David Fernandez

21. Tour through Los Glacaries Park Argentina
August 14, 2013

Excursion to National Park Los Glaciares National Park in the Perito Moreno Entire tour takes 6 hours The name in Spanish language Los Glaciares means "glacier". The Park is located in the Andes, on the border of Argentina and Chile. The National Park Los Glaciares was registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1981 since then it is one of the top ten attractions in Argentina. Continental Patagonian ice is the third, largest, an ice dam in the world and covers an area of 2600 square kilometers, with a supply of fresh water, and is the most important source of drinking water on the ... (read more)

Author: Verita Alonzo

22. A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - A Cabernet Sauvignon From The Colchagua Valley, Chile
August 01, 2013

Not so long ago we reviewed an inexpensive Chilean Kosher Cabernet Sauvignon. Now we review a neighbor. The Colchagua Valley a subregion of the Rapel Valley lies about 150 kilometers (some 90 miles) south of the nation's capital, Santiago. This lovely valley is separated from the Andes by the San Fernando Ridge. Colchagua Valley was once known for bulk wines but in 2003 it was nominated as the Best Viticulture Region of the World by the North American Magazine Wine Enthusiast. The Vina Luis Felipe Edwards was established in 1976. Luis Felipe is a direct descendant of a London England doctor wh... (read more)

Author: Levi Reiss

23. Machu Picchu Tours - Travel To Machu Picchu
July 23, 2013

Trips to Machu Picchu have become very popular as tourists take this up quite frequently. After the making of the “Old Peak” in 1911 by Hiram Bingham, this place has become popular and popular day by day. This amazing place is located 2430 meters above the sea level just overlooking the dazzling Urubamba River through the Andes Mountains. This place was built around 1460 AD by the Incas and is near the town of Aguas Calientes. There are many theories as to how this place was constructed by the Incas but nobody knows exactly how the huge stones were used which has to be brought to the area... (read more)

Author: Bamba Experience

24. Immersing in the Beauty of Machu Picchu
July 22, 2013

Families and individuals pick the Machu Picchu tours as a way to escape the daily life chores and breakaway from the routine to travel and experience the best of holidays. The incredible urban construction of this place was done by the ancient Inca tribe and to this day preserves some of the original features. Machu Picchu tours are full of breathtaking views of mesmerizing architectural, archaeological and natural sights. Most people take a trekking route from the Inca Trail through the Andes Mountains to reach this spellbinding spot. History of Machu Picchu Before the year 1911 and the... (read more)

Author: Sarah Paul

25. Machu Picchu Vacations €" A Luxurious Treat In Peru!
July 10, 2013

Machu Picchu vacations can be an expensive affair and can get very crowded during the peak season; hence, it'd be advisable to plan your trip well in advance. The article will guide you in planning a perfect Machu Picchu vacation. Located at almost 8000 feet above sea-level, Machu Picchu is a set of ruins that is well-known and extremely stunning. Also known as the Lost City of Incas, it is situated high up in the Andes of Peru. While vacationing in Peru, a visit to Machu Picchu is a must. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, people from all over the world make it a point to include Machu Picchu... (read more)

Author: Doris Gonzales

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