Gorgeous flora and fauna, beautiful beaches, a pleasant climate and environmental consciousness are just a few of the reasons Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands are such a popular tourist destination.
Guillermo speaks about how the sound of the drum represents keeping moving rather than staying stagnant in life and how increasing one's sphere of vision and confronting one's emotions can lead to balance and ultimately, happiness.
Carlos and Cyndy chat about the different names used for some of the same objects in their respective countries, Colombia and Argentina.
Our hostess, Maria, invites us to explore the International Peoples Fair of Fuengirola, Spain, where the cultures of more than one hundred different nations are represented in costume, food and drink.
Zully and Cleer teach us how to make a scrumptious veal stew accompanied by potatoes au gratin.
Get to know the owner and chef of Kärrecho, an authentic, Venezuelan restaurant located in the heart of Berlin.
Carlos takes us to Popayan, Colombia, a city in the country's southwestern Cauca Department. Nicknamed the "White City" for its white-colored structures, Popayan is also well-known worldwide for its historical and religious heritage as well as its famed Holy Week processions.