Harry Franck’s willingness to travel with no money, his keen eye for the details of his journey and the societies he recorded (some of which soon disappeared) make him a welcome addition to our list of Extraordinary Vagabonds.
Tag: South America
Vagobond Travel Museum – Foodie Paradise Around the World Part II – The Americas
Some exceptional dishes found in the Americas
4 Shopping Meccas of Ecuador and Peru
In our first five months in South America, Neil and I were able to visit four of the most famous shopping meccas of Ecuador and Peru.
Backwater Adventures in the Peruvian Amazon Part 1
I set off into the jungle with my guide Achiles on his narrow riverboat. We were heading deep into the Amazon for five days to visit Achiles’ friend Don Luis in the village of Nueva Utuquinia, roughly halfway between Pucallpa and the Brazilian border.
Biking and Drinking in Argentina’s Mendoza Wine Country
Bikes and Wine in Mendoza, Argentina
Top 5 Beaches in the World You May Not Know – Sun Travel
A beach vacation is one of the most beautiful, relaxing and fun travels to have, and there certainly is no shortage of them in the world!
A Magnificent Galapagos Cruise
The Galapagos is the perfect place for tight portraits of wildlife.
Five Far Out Wildlife Retreats in Costa Rica
In recent years, Costa Rica has emerged as a premiere destination for wildlife lovers and ecotourism. Here are a couple of places you should know about…
Puenting of Life – Bridge Jumping in Peru – Part 2
The first three steps were crucial. Freddy and the assistant were go to hold me steady. Jerry would be on the other side of the bridge to check me after I had jumped.
Puenting of Life – Bridge Jumping in Peru – Part 1
We headed out of the chaos of the city and up towards the highlands, in the foothills of the Andes, just two hours away from my downtown home.