Learn How to Travel Light

These days, it’s all about how to “travel light” Traveling light simply means that working off the “carry-on” model. This translates to one carry-on sized bag (9″ x 14″ x 22″) and one personal item (9″ x 10″ x 17″)—nothing else. I know it doesn’t sound like a lot of space but it’s plenty. Trust […]

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Do you really Need Travel Insurance?

Travel insurance is one of those things that takes all the fun out of planning your vacation. People tend to think of it as either an unwanted extra expense or as some sort of jinx—ensuring that Murphy’s Law will be in full effect during their vacation. The truth is just the opposite. Travel insurance is […]

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Tipping Customs

Do people tip here? This is a question we get asked a lot. Tipping customs can vary widely from country to country. In fact, in some parts of the world, it is considered offensive to leave a tip no matter how great the service is. The other question we get a lot is when and where […]

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What to Eat in Argentina

5 foods you have to try in Argentina There are so many different foods to try in Argentina it is hard to narrow it down to just a handful but if we had to pick just five these are the ones we’d go with.   Asado Asado stands for BBQ in Argentina and in a country known […]

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How to Pick Out a Souvenir

Not all souvenirs are worth bringing back Everyone loves to bring back souvenirs from their travels but—let’s face it—the majority of these items end up at Good Will a couple of years down the line or in the trash. If you’re going to bring back a souvenir, make sure it’s a keeper. Here are 5 tips on how […]

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South America Ski Season Opening Dates

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Opening dates for the South American ski season have been set! This season is off to a good start with early snowfalls in May. Cold temperatures have allowed snow-making teams to set down a great base. Our South American ski resorts are primed and ready to go. Looking ahead, there is a major cold front […]

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Street Food Vendors are Food Ambassadors

Don’t be afraid to try it Many tourists overlook street food because they’re worried about hygiene or the quality of the food. That is a mistake! Having traveled extensively—we, here at EndlessTurns, can honestly say that some of the best food we’ve ever had was from a street vendor in one country or another. We would […]

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Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler is Disney World for Skiers We’ve made the Disney comment about other resorts but Whistler/Blackcomb really is like a fantasy land for skiers. Think of it as a ski-town on steroids—lots and lots of steroids. Beyond the two mountains—which are worldclass—Whistler Village is an international buffet of hotels, shops, and restaurants. There are also plenty of outfitters […]

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Nevados de Chillan

Nevados de Chillan Nevados de Chillan is nestled in between three active volcanos. It is famous for its off-piste skiing, natural hot springs, and incredible views. Although Nevados de Chillán is not as well known as Portillo or Valle Nevado, it’s probably the best all-around resort in Chile. There are plenty of trails and wide open runs […]

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Catedral Alta Patagonia

Catedral Alta Patagonia (aka Cerro Catedral ) Think of Catedral Alta as Argentina’s equivalent to Lake Tahoe, California—only it’s way better. There are mountains and lakes as far as the eye can see. It’s Heavenly with a double dose of culture, atmosphere, and scenic beauty. Sorry, no casinos here. The access to outdoor recreation in this region will blow […]

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