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Guayaquil: Liberators, avocados and Barca backers in Ecuador's port city
In the 1820s, Ecuador's biggest city played a pivotal role in securing South American independence. Today, it's filled with history, local flavours — and football fans.
Our World: Tribal life stays strong for first Panamanians
Embera Indians are recognised as the ultimate jungle survival experts.
Our World: Plenty to see: Why Panama's hot to visit
The canal is old hat and the famous headwear is traditional to Ecuador, but there's so much more to like.
Single Traveller Guide: There are many options for those who want to go it alone
Travelling solo has never been more popular. And though some solo travellers will prefer to take the independent route, being part of a group on an organised tour or a cruise can offer companionship, convenience and a sense of security.
Bowled over in Barbados
A cruise-ship call in the West Indies provides a chance to delve into the rich cricketing heritage of Barbados.
What to know before you go: Travel tips for Santiago, Chile
Heading to South America via Santiago? Here are some potential pitfalls to avoid.
Arrivals & Departures: Royal Caribbean launches 'Perfect Day' private islands
Promising "the ultimate family destination", the cruise line's private islands will include locations in the Caribbean, Asia and Australia.
Pacific Ocean cruising: Adrift in the peaceful sea
Our Travel Editor cruises south from the Panama Canal along the South American coastline.
Talking Travel: Dealing with jet-lag
If anyone should know how to cope with jet-lag, Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield should. On the phone from London, he tells Matt Layton, host of the Spirit Drive show, about how he deals with the effects of travelling across multiple timezones.
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