Ryan finds Colombia’s best sushi at Arigato, celebrating its 10-year anniversary and owned by a Japanese immigrant who moved to Bogotá almost 20 years ago.
Ryan finds the best places to eat in one of Latin America’s biggest cities by following the Bogotá Foodie, whose food tours cover the Colombian capital.
Ryan takes a slight detour to see the Cerro de Siete Colores, or Hill of Seven Colores, perhaps Northwest Argentina’s top tourist attraction.
Ryan visits Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, where he got up close with capybara, deer and other wildlife in northern Argentina.
Ryan makes a return trip to Paraguay, only to wish he never went back after unpleasant encounters everywhere and horrible weather the whole time.
You can find surfing, wildlife and family vacations in Costa Rica. Ryan almost went once for the surfing and now he’s planning to see the wildlife.
Ryan tackles the question of which country has better wine: Chile or Argentina, based on his visits to both countries in South America.
Ryan finishes his two-part series with Bogotá vs Medellín: Recreation, Safety and Transportation, then gives us his final recommendations on each city.
Ryan compares the two biggest Colombian cities, both of which he has called home, in Bogotá vs Medellín: Culture, Dining and the Economy.
Following his extensive travels through the continent, Ryan highlights his top five public transportation systems in South America.
Ryan remembers his trip to the Argentine side of Iguazú Falls, where he had to fight off a raccoon-like animal before he could marvel at the rushing water.
Ryan tells us about the enduring experience of climbing Volcán Villarrica in Chile, where only three of 25 people reached the summit. Was Ryan one of them?
Ryan advises everyone about the four things you need, from Salvador to Fortaleza, essentials such as an electrical adapter and mosquito repellent.
Ryan starts 2015 in Salvador, where he and his new friends went to the beach to watch fireworks then saw some live music later in the night.