Hard hit by the virus lockdown, South America's largest airline sends part of the company into bankruptcy while continuing operations.
DrFumblefinger explores Lapataia Bay. The southern end of the PanAm highway is located here, and the Bay is within a stone's throw of the Chilean/Argentinian border, a border that has long been disputed.
Sylvia visits a home in Peru where a cat peacefully coexists with guinea pigs—much like the proverbial lion and lambs.
Gilles shares a visit to La Guajira, situated on Colombia's northern most point. It is a remote and beautiful place.
DrFumblefinger takes a train journey to the "end of the earth", in southern South America.
The penguins and sheep of the Falklands will now be much closer to London with a new direct air service.
IAG adds Air Europa, strengthening its reach to South America and adding to Madrid's status as a hub.
Grand Escapades shares a fascinating natural phenomena in Columbia -- a river of many colors, perhaps an up and coming travel destination
In the wake of Delta's new ties with LATAM, other airlines are scrambling to create partnerships between North and South American airlines.
Delta is buying a stake in South America's biggest airline, LATAM, which is dropping out of the OneWorld alliance.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed a nice lunch at Croque Madame Café, which is part of the Decorative Arts Museum in Buenos Aires.
Gumbo was visiting the Naval and Prison museum, housed in the old Prison building, in Ushuaia.
Sylvia shares photos and memories of a visit to a one-room school high in the Andes.
DrFumblefinger and MrsFumblefinger were pleased to find this expertly cut pendants. Their art is carefully freed from the coins by this skilled artisan.
Sylvia visits the colorful and interesting salt pans, wherein salt water from an underground well is diverted into pools, allowed to evaporate and the salt is then collected.