Shannon Sims (Brazil 2012-2014) travels to the valley town of Baños de Agua Santa for some adventure tourism for The New York Times. “We hiked up the side of [the] Tungurahua [volcano],” she writes, “until we reached La Casa del Árbol—the ‘Treehouse’—a strange wonderland that’s popular with the Instagram set thanks, in particular, to the ‘Swing at the End of the World,’ a giant swing hanging from the treehouse that sends daring visitors seemingly out over the side of the cliff.”

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