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I moved from New York City to South America for six months — these were the biggest differences I experienced

A woman is travelling around her bedroom by sharing the stories behind souvenirs she's collected from all around the world

Peru reverses its controversial gender-based lockdown, quarantining men and women on different days, after intense backlash

Aaron Rodgers and Danica Patrick were nearly stuck in Peru as the country shut down due to the coronavirus: 'We made it by about 15 minutes'

Americans stuck in foreign countries are outraged at the US government's response: 'I don't think that I could see any way to handle a situation like this any worse'

Americans trapped abroad by coronavirus travel bans say the government isn't doing enough to get them home

Every McDonald's in Peru is closing for 2 days of mourning after 2 employees were electrocuted by a soda machine

Uber reveals the top 15 countries users visited, according to its own data

22 destinations that were ruined by tourists over the past decade

A world on fire: Here are all the major protests happening around the globe right now

The US government is cautioning Americans that if they visit Peru they could be at risk of violent crime and 'organised criminal groups'

Here's what a 12-course meal at Lima's Central — one of the best restaurants in the world — looks and tastes like

A world-famous chef was stopped at Los Angeles' airport trying to bring 40 vacuum-sealed piranhas into the US

Peru's former president killed himself shortly before police came to arrest him over a long-running bribery scandal

Ancient graves hid the skeletons of more than 260 children who likely had their hearts removed. It is the largest known child sacrifice, and archaeologists still don’t know why.

A new luxury cruise will take guests around the world to 6 continents in 117 days — here's a look inside the ship, where suites cost up to $165,999 per person

Ancient graves hid the skeletons of 269 children and 466 llamas who were ritually sacrificed, and archaeologists still don’t know why

Venezuela's mass exodus has sparked violence, and countries are sending in more troops to deal with it

Archaeologists found the remains of 140 children in a 550-year-old mass grave in Peru -- perhaps the largest child sacrifice in human history

Bolivia is taking Chile to court over a war it lost 134 years ago -- and it reenacted a pivotal battle on the final day of the case