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Vamos a viajar: Los detalles

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Nichole Powell

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Vamos a viajar: Los detalles
By.Nichole Powell
March 24th 2015

1.A town in Central America where you can enjoy a water sport or some other activity
2.An unusual food common to a country in South America
3.A specific type of music that began in the Caribbean: Puerto Rico, Cuba, or the Dominician Republic
4.A type of ethnic clothing used for cultural events found south of the United States (U.S.)
5.A town in Central or South America where it rarely goes above 85 degrees at any time
6.A food commonly eaten in a Spanish-speaking country that can easily be found in the U.S.
7.something of interest from Spain
8.Something from any Spanish-speaking country that can't be enjoyed in the U.S. due to climate, topography, or just lack of availability
9.A famous landmark in a Spanish-speaking country
10.A Spanish-speaking town where you can go skiing in the mountains
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offering resort hotels, sport facilities and restaurants for your enjoyment. Sailing enthusiasts can have their fun too and sail around San Blas, or visit the flower-island of Taboga or the enchanting Pearl islands. Surfing, which is the most popular water sports in Panama, can be practiced in beaches such as Playa San Carlos, El Palmar, Rio Mar, Punta Barco, Playa Venao and Santa Catalina
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Guinea pigs are in the rodent family but
scientifically appear not to have originated in the wild, but rather as a hybrid resulting from domestication. They are still enjoyed today, and since the 60's have seen marketing efforts aim them at a worldwide market.

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"salsa" is primarily a commercial tag for contemporary Latin pop music that connotes a feeling that sums up the variety of redefined and reinterpreted styles at its roots. It encompasses a broad range of musical genres, instrumental combinations and cultural influences, ranging from Cuban son montuno, Puerto Rican bomba and plena, Dominican merengue, Cuban Yoruba ritual music and Afro-American jazz and rhythm and blues.
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Bolivian clothing is featured at the Deheza Customs and Costumes Museum in Bolivia's capital city, Sucre. The tour takes you through the evolution of Bolivian clothing styles throughout history.
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contains climates ranging from tropical jungle
thru desert and snow-capped Andes to barren Patagonia and the end of the world, containing some of the world's most stunning natural wonders and a wide selection of activities during which to enjoy them.

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Guacamole is a dish we all associate with Mexican cuisine, however, it was the Aztecs who originally made guacamole, and gave us the name we all know (they called it ahuacamolli, or “avocado sauce” in Nahuatl). Guacamole is made up of mashed avocado, lime juice, salt, cilantro, and onion (diced fresh tomatoes are also often added). It can be served as a sauce for tacos or other traditional dishes, or with totopos, or tortilla chips.
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The Spanish Pyrenees constitute a huge area with endless possibilities for winter sports. These mountains have a range of facilities that are sure to please. There is something for everyone: from small, friendly, family resorts to huge skiable areas. Other common elements you will find in this part of northern Spain are pleasant temperatures, even in winter, and stunning landscapes.
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The Ávila’s Walls were built in the 11th century. The city was also listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site for its preserved walls and churches.
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