Las Cholitas de Bolivia: Feminine Strength Wrapped in Colorful Shawls

Far from the sweeping impact of globalization whereby different cultures around the world have morphed into visual replicas of one another, a group of indigenous Bolivian women continue to give life to a culture that has stood the test of time, accentuating it with vividly colorful costumes and unmatched feminine strength. Las Cholitas de BoliviaBolivia’s cholas/cholitas (feminine for 'cholo') are indigenous Quechua and Aymara women – predominan...


6 Ways To Be a More Responsible Traveler

Did you know that in 2015, the number of international tourist arrivals worldwide amounted to approximately 1.2 billion? That’s a lot of traveling going around. It may not seem like much if translated to percentile, but if you come to think of it as 1.2 billion ambassadors exchanging cultures with others around the world, maybe it’ll then scale to something noteworthy.While tourism contributes greatly to global economy, reaching up to USD...