About South America Living
by Molly McHugh, Editor/Publisher
In 2007 after three years in Mexico it was time for new adventures. My son, our 22 pound Rat Terrier and I packed-up and traveled via ‘I’d rather not remember how many’ busses through Mexico, Central and South America to a new temporary home – Argentina.
Restless and wanting to branch out on my own rather than grub for travel writing assignments I began South America Living – to provide quality, in-depth information for those wanting to move to or travel extensively in South America, as we have been fortunate to do for the past four plus years.
We’ve zipped (me screaming with eyes closed… my son laughing) through treetops, surfed a few waves (Huanchaco, Peru), rode horseback down dusty desert trails (Tupiza, Bolivia), stood in awe at thundering spray (Iguazu Falls) and an endless horizon of salt (Salar de Uyuni), sailed high into the sky (paragliding in Canoa, Ecuador) as well as on water (whale watching in La Paloma, Uruguay) while meeting and making many new friends.
Come along on our journey while we try to help you plan yours and enjoy.
Email: editor (@) southamericaliving.com
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South America Living Staff
Photographer/Assistant Researcher & Writer
South America Living Honorary Staff Members
Buster – 13 year old Rat Terrier who likes to do things on his own schedule as opposed to following commands, fits in perfectly in South America.
Tiger – 4 year old Chihuahua-mix who, unfortunately, is our more popular honorary staff member, especially amongst children whom he tries to bite on a regular basis. Eats fleas, mosquitos, bed bugs, anything that crawls or flys… very useful in South America.