Rate our ReviewsSan Isidro Lima. Peru….On one of our sunny. Lima, spring afternoons, I found myself walking the streets of the residential district of San Isidro. There, one can still find very beautiful colonial and republican residences that represented, at the time, the lordship of the large plantations/ranches that developed in that zone.
Rate our ReviewsMitad del Mundo, Quito, Ecuador…..Ecuador is the Spanish word for equator, which traverses the country. The equator passes through thirteen different nationalities, but its namesake seems to be the most cherished spot to experience the dividing line. Easy access is the major driver of this popularity, furthered by the bonus of offering the highest elevation for our planet’s bisection. Thus we headed to Intiñan Solar Museum, just south […]
Rate our ReviewsAbout 3 years ago, my children and I had free days at the end of the year, without the need to go to school or work. We decided to take a day trip to Paracas and Huacachina, leaving the noise of the city and establishing contact with nature.
Rate our Reviews“In Peru, you have the right to eat deliciously,” said a chef in an advertising spot about gastronomy that takes place in Peru, and Peruvian “gringos” share music, food and dancing. And, in Perú, it’s true, we eat DELICIOUS, Pollo a la Brasa!
Rate our ReviewsSome locations capture my mind and then totally challenge me to find their soul via photographs. The challenge, the awareness, the excitement gets in my core. Then my camera gets juiced up and extra hot. In this kind of location my mind burns and my senses come alive. These are the places where […]