WanderingTrader

Travel Blogs

My travel blogs are written from my experiences traveling around the world, and they contain all the stories, tips, and awkward situations that I have gotten myself in. I have traveled to roughly 80 countries now and have visited all 7 continents. Traveling around the world has taken me to the from desolate deserts of Africa all the way to the tropical climates of Asia and South America.

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The Hand In The Desert – Atacama Desert, Chile

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The Hand in the Desert (mano del desierto) was created in the early 1980’s by a Chilean Sculpture named Mario Irarrázaal.  It is made out of iron and cement and sits in the middle of nowhere, the Atacama Desert (in Chile)  which is the driest desert in the world.  The sculpture was created to signify the […]

Itinerary Around The World: Onward To Colombia

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Technically the 2nd leg of around the world trip, I was seriously debating whether I should move to Colombia or Brazil.  Being such a massive country and already living in both Chile and Argentina, I decided to head north to Colombia.  Debating a very long time whether I should move to Bogota or Medellin, I finally […]

2 Unique Things To See In Salvador, Brazil

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Boasting close to 200 million people, Brazil can easily be considered an absolute monster when it comes to culture.  They have their own unique dance (capoeira and samba) and have their own unique way of seeing things.  Salvador is a very special city since it is the very first capital of Brazil and also held […]

People Doing Awesome Things Right Now

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ArtofBackpacking – Tag team duo of Micheal Tieso and Teresa Gotay.  Teresa was recently in Aruba and heading to Europe in March while Micheal is in China.  Since I am heading to China as soon as late this year I have been keeping close tabs on both their adventures.         Tourist2Townie – […]

Coffee In Canada: The Good, Bad, & Disgusting

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There aren’t a lot of people that don’t like coffee.  When I first arrived in Toronto there was a bit of chaos with riots, earthquakes, and even a G20 meeting (click here for story).  It took me a while to get situated since I was in-between two apartments but I can attest that living in Toronto […]

THE ARGENTINE PINOCCHIO

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One must be careful upon close contact because you could lose an eye in simple conversation with this Argentine.  As he moved his nasal appendage you could feel the wind change direction.  This I tell you was great because it was a bit nippy on the boat.  So for you who do not believe in […]

GIANT CHESS AT THE FESTIVAL OF LAUGHS

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Canada in the summer turns into the land of festivals and Montreal in particular.  I use to love playing chess while I was younger and to find this was a welcomed surprise.  I was invited to Montreal by Todd & Lauren from Globetrooper and got to meet up with Dave & Deb from ThePlanetD, we […]