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Living in… Uruguay

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Wide Atlantic beaches, towns stuffed with colonial architecture and a temperate climate make this South American nation an attractive base.
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Feeling the force of Iguazu Falls

Straddling Argentina and Brazil, the furious cauldron of water that is translated from Guaraní as “Big Waters” has 275 waterfalls that spill 30 million litres of water every second.
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Colombia’s virtually vacant paradise

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Because of Palomino’s close proximity to the unfriendly Venezuelan border, its postcard-perfect beaches provide unlimited tranquillity and undeveloped sand for miles.
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Central America’s shift in safety

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While cocaine-producing Colombia and cocaine-transiting Mexico are plagued by government warnings, the narco-trafficking corridor in-between is relatively free of travel alerts.
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Living in... Rio de Janeiro

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From the streets during February’s Carnival to afternoons on Copacabana Beach, life in this Brazilian city is infused with the sounds of samba and the search for the good life.
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Beyond the Headlines

Which countries deserve your money?

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The 2013 list of the World’s Best Ethical Destinations gives travellers guidance on where their dollar is most needed and best spent.
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