La Suite by Dussol
Atlántico Boutique Hotel
Vila dos Orixás Boutique Hotel
Legado Mitico Buenos Aires
Pousada Pedra Da Laguna
Aram Yami Hotel
Hotel Fasano Rio de Janeiro
Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel
Ignore the obvious to be a better photographer
I knew a bit about the cholitas in Bolivia, but wanted to find the extra layer. Why do these women fight? My partner Andrea Dijkstra – who is also a journalist – helped me find out.
The real danger in Colombia is falling in love
Among all the regions of Colombia that I have visited in the past five years, the coffee region of El Viejo Caldas is the most beautiful.
This round goes to the good guys
In 1978 Quito became Unesco’s very first World Heritage City, but back then you would not have found Calle de la Ronda in any tourist brochure.
Should you take photos of photos?
What is the real cost of “taking” a photograph? Travel photographer Kike del Olmo is showing us the other side of the coin.
Retiro: Buenos Aires' past and present
A hotch-potch of high-end hotels, grand buildings, market stalls, and the city’s busiest bus and train terminals give pace and panache to the neighborhood of Retiro.
How to take photos during the "magic hour"
As a photographer, I’ve always been attracted to that time of day when the lights start to go on in the street and in homes but there is still light in the sky. In this sense, Bahia is picture-perfect.
Experiment with different perspectives
Argentina has its gaucho; Chile its huaso. Where the gaucho is associated with week-long drives over the vast pampas, the huasos are more tied down to their farms.
How to create motion in a photograph
The “Avenida 9 de Julio” is a wide river of cars and noise in downtown Buenos Aires. The Avenida flows day and night and as a pedestrian you don’t have any business there. The challenge as a photographer is: how can I capture it?
Old meets new in the Inca’s holy city
At 3,400 meters, walking a few steps uphill in Cusco tires me immediately. But it's worth getting lost in its maze of streets to stumble on treasures both old and new.
Gabo's Macondo is not a fictional town
A tiled Cartagena street sign tells me I am in Calle de la Amargura, “The Street of Bitterness”.