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Lima’s artsy enclave

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Away from the noise of downtown, the southern barrio of Barranco is a favoured hangout of poets, writers, painters and sculptors, inspired by the coastal scenery and lapping waves.
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Brazil’s threatened slice of paradise

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Despite remaining largely off limits for most of this century, Ilha Grande’s recent tourism explosion means that preservation and sustainability have become more important than ever.
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Contemporary art comes to Rio

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Starting 13 September is ArtRio 2012, an international art fair that will play host to 120 art galleries and further establish the Brazilian city as a Latin American cultural hub.
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Securing tickets for Machu Picchu

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Since 2011, when officials implemented a daily cap on visitors to protect and preserve the transcendent City of the Incas, it has become even more important to reserve tickets early.
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Playing polo in Buenos Aires

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Take in a match or saddle up yourself in one of the world’s great cities for the sport.
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Colombia’s spiritual centre

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Of the country’s 83 remaining indigenous tribes, the most powerful and cohesive is the Arhuac culture of the Tayrona region in the far north of Colombia.
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