Travel, South America
Viewing Nature’s Beauty and Seeing the Destruction of Earth by Mankind by Otto Schmalz
Otto and his wife, Gertrud, had travelled to many places around the world—but by November 2006, they were looking for something different, somewhere out of the ordinary that tourists didn’t think of visiting. They set their course for two weeks ...
From Trials to Triumph by Manuel A Donoso
A RISK TAKER'S JOURNEY - FROM TRIALS TO TRIUMPH At the age of five, Manuel Donoso rode a wooden horse and pretended he was a cowboy. Two years later, he saddled a real horse and became a real “cowboy”. As a teenager, he found himself conscripted ...
Fragments from my Journals Across South America - Peru, the Amazon, Chile and Bolivia 1977-78 by George L. Ayers
Join George and Mary Ayers in the late seventies when South America was a little rougher and a little wilder, for an incredible journey through Peru, the Amazon, Chile, and Bolivia. Fusing together details scoured from their personal journals, ...
The Story of the Marvelous City by Orde Morton
Rio de Janeiro’s is a lush, complex history that spans five centuries, and Marvelous City is the first full length retelling of that history written in English. From the beach life of the Ipanema and Copacabana to the struggles of the Rio’s infamous ...