Peru Experience

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Inspired Family’s Final Adventure

The Guadet family takes on the streets of Cusco and the magnificent Machu Picchu for their final adventure in Peru.

6 Amazing Things to See in Cusco that are Not Incan Ruins Series: #5

Are you a bird lover and would like to see the endangered Condor soar its wings?

Skateboarding Barranco's Streets to Surfing the Pacific's Waves (VIDEO)

Early one March morning, two Lima-based expatriate friends decide to ride their human-powered vehicles through Barranco and Miraflores to the Costa Verde surf break, La Pampilla. Colin (skateboard) is a local economic development consultant from Canada, and Nicholas (bicycle) is a doctor from Germany. Neither knew how to surf before moving to Peru.

Cusco Through the Eye of the Beholder (PHOTOS)

Once the capital of the Incan Empire, Cusco city has become one of the most visited Andean cities in Peru! Located 3,399 meters above the sea in the heart of the Andes, discover the Incan ruins, the Spanish colonial architecture and the Peruvian culture that saturates the streets.

6 Amazing Things to See in Cusco that are Not Incan Ruins Series: #4

Have you been to Cusco’s most popular religious and cultural event of the year?! Check out the story behind the Inti Raymi Celebration of the Sun.

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The Spontaneous Family Adventure (PHOTOS)

Rain will not ruin the Gaudet family’s inspired parade! Off to Copacabana….

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Restaurant Review: Bangkok

Refreshing hot coals and herbs to keep you on edge; with these descriptions, it must be Thai food! Check out this operation run by two friends who met in Lima, but just happen to be from the same region of Thailand…

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Restaurant Review: Sushi Ito

Popular with kids and adults alike, this out-of-the-way but totally worthwhile Sushi bar has a whole lot more than sushi to offer.

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Restaurant Review: ámaZ

Roxana Garmendia If the jungle is calling you, you don’t have to go far to enjoy the food. ÁmaZ Patio Panorama will transport you there with the smell of the food and the beautiful décor. Lima’s landscape continues to change by the day; far are the days where agricultural or empty plots dominated much of La Molina district. In the

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Places for Teatime in Lima: Market 770

Amidst the hustle and bustle of Lima's business district, you can find a respite in Market 770's tea hour

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Restaurant Review: Pico y Tapa

A little piece of Spain tucked away in the Miraflores District.

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Restaurant Review: Museo del Pisco

Situated just a few steps away from the imposing Presidential Palace and Archbishopric in the Plaza Mayor of Lima is a newcomer and must see!

Water Anyone?

A funny and critical take on the peculiar customs one experiences living in Peru.

Sunday Morning Special with Mr. Humanitarian

Jim Killion I Like Bananas but I am no Monkey When I began Changes for New Hope back in 2009,

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Saturday Morning Coffee with Mr. Living in Peru

Carsten Korch Why is the Peruvian news so badly produced and presented? Every once in a while I watch Peruvian

Are We Taking Preventive Measures Against Radical Movements?

Fernando Calle I have a memory that I would like to share with you. It took place around the 1980´s

Sunday Morning Special with Mr. Humanitarian

Jim Killion Getting There from Here Try to imagine running a marathon race looking backward the whole time. Every tree

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Saturday Morning Coffee with Mr. Living in Peru

Carsten Korch Dear Friends, Winter has arrived and in some places, it is cold and humid and we are missing