Archive by author: Rosalind Cummings-YeatesReturn
With a love for travel passed down from her globe-trotting granny, Rosalind Cummings-Yeates has spent most of her journalism career exploring cultures and documenting arts history. A Chicago native who escapes the city's six months of cold by specializing in Caribbean and Latin American travel and culture, she loves climbing volcanoes, strolling cobblestone streets and trekking on pink-sand beaches. She's the author of Exploring Chicago Blues: Inside The Scene, Past & Present (History Press) and writes a bi-weekly travel column for Travel Pulse. Follow her adventures on her travel blog, Farsighted Fly Girl and @farsightedgirl on Twitter and Instagram.
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Cali is Colombia's salsa capital

Cali is Colombia's salsa capital

CALI, COLOMBIA — The streets of this colourful coastal city literally throb with rhythm.
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Merida is really old Mexico

Merida is really old Mexico

MERIDA — Strolling through the cobblestoned streets of lovely town feels like a jaunt back in time. Everywhere I turn, iconic scenes of Old Mexico — including haciendas lining the street, vendors decked out in colourful embroidered huipils and the pounding of handmade tortillas — pop up all over this historic town.
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Guatemala Kindles a Fiery Passion

Guatemala Kindles a Fiery Passion

TECPÁN, GUATEMALA - Liria kneels before the fire, chanting and sprinkling small nuggets of copal resin incense into the blaze.
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