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I am a frequent and addict traveler, I live in Mar del Plata, Argentina. The best, and perhaps the only site that you can search and buy, cheap flight and hotels, is called DESPEGAR (something like Expedía, Orbits etc.). (And if you go to the bottom of the page, you can find the links for other countries in Latin America) In most of them the costs are shown ...
From the quick Google search you can buy Antivenom from Red Cross, or you can look at Survivalist Boards thread on the same subject, which lists quite a few others including Emidicinehealth.
There a ferry mentioned on the Rome2Rio site which also mentioned that the tickets for the ferry can be bought on Pier1TT, which appears to be in the process of upgrading, so they give a phone number to call.
When i flew in, to and from South America to Europe i used a combination of Skyscanner.net and looking up individual airlines. Skyscanner forwards you to the airline's website once you have found the flight that you want to know more details about. Once you visit the airline website, try to view the airline websites in Spanish, sometimes you will get a ...
South America is a vast continent and it would be easier to enumerate the places that are dangerous than those that are safe. It is true that violent crimes are more common than elsewhere but the majority of the continent is safe. Crime rarely occurs in rural areas and so, even in a country like Ecuador where violence is rampant in many areas of Quito and ...
I've taken a shot by using the intentional homicide rate (insert Wikipedia disclaimer here) as a proxy and sanity checked it to make sure it aligned with what generally people would assume to be the case. It serves as a pretty good guide: High murder rate (> 20 per 100,000 inhabitents): Belize El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Brazil Panama ...
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