Mantaro Valley, Huancayo, Peru – Colors and flavors

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Rate our ReviewsMantaro Valley is one of the most privileged in the country because of the diversity of altitude soils (mountains and jungle). This diversity allows for the growth of a great variety of vegetables and fruits, as well as the breeding of cattle, goats, pigs, and sheep.  Its rivers are being repopulated with trout […]

El Ingenio – Huancayo, Peru – Trout’s paradise

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Rate our ReviewsEl Ingenio Huancayo Peru….It was Saturday, the second day of my trip, and I had to buy the ticket back to Lima for Sunday, then go to the agency to pick up a money transfer. Thus, my day was free, from 10 am until my 9.30 pm departure. Any plan to know distant […]

Georgia- I took A flying leap

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Rate our ReviewsGeorgia…..As many of you know, I am a type of traveler who is thirsty to lead a life of adventures.  Whether I find myself in the middle of a vast ocean or on the peak of a sky-scraping mountain, in solo or in a group, without having a second thought, I will always […]

Haikou, China – The undiscovered, tropical city

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Rate our ReviewsHaikou (pronounced HIKE-oh) is the largest city on Hainan Island, directly east of Vietnam.  China is making an effort to brand Hainan as a tourist destination to foreigners.  In 2009, Beijing officials made the proclamation that the island is the “Hawaii of China.”  An ambitious claim, though it has brought more attention and […]

Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka – The stupa of peace and war!

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Rate our Reviews“Have you been to Egypt” my friend enquired?  “Yes”, I replied. “While the Egyptians  built pyramids for their dead kings, the Sri Lankans built stupas, as temples to venerate and worship relics of Buddha in Anuradhapura, their first capital city” he added. About three kilometers away from town when he showed me the crown […]