El Salvador – much like most of South America – is renowned for letting its inmates do whatever they like, as long as it’s not escape.
Pope Francis is giving permission to Catholics who reside in areas where the Zika virus is most dominant to use a form of contraception – but abortions are still illegal.
Perhaps you’ve seen this picture on the ‘book but haven’t really thought much of it. Well, the Zika virus is spreading.
It seems the threat of journalists is real in South America as contracted gunmen are shooting controversial radio journos dead.
You’ve heard of Datura, right? To the shamans of South America it’s a sacred plant, but to criminals of the world, it’s a hypnotic weapon.
This is the stuff that keeps us going as the human race – when people and animals can live harmoniously and do good things for one another and create a happy ending.
Tired of cycling that same old route? Check this out. The Carretera Austral is known as one of the most spectacular and challenging cycle tours in the world.
Footage of yet another isolated South American tribe has emerged. Last week we brought you rare footage of the isolated Kawahiva Tribe from Brazil. This week, a tribe living near Peru is making a second attempt at contacting the outside world. The Mashco-Piro tribe were caught on video trying to cross a river, and venture beyond the border of their isolated community in Manu Nationl Park.
Guinea pigs don’t require the land that cattle do. They can be kept in backyards, or in your home. They’re docile and easy to raise. And they’re great with a wedge of lemon
With the Soccer World Cup just 24 days, four hours and 20 minutes away, it’s so comforting to know that our beloved RSA is getting the accurate international press coverage that we deserve. I mean, take this, for example, courtesy of Chicago’s WGN news.