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 […]

Chile – Blown away by the Tatio Geysers

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Rate our ReviewsOh, Chile! To my eternal shame, when I thought about the highlands of Chile,  I expected to find very little and ended up finding everything! So now, this is my confession. It was Summer in the South of the world and I was in Northern Chile, in San Pedro de Atacama, a little, […]

Cuenca Ecuador South America: Been there, done Hat 

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Rate our ReviewsCuenca Ecuador….Anyone who has ventured to Ecuador knows this is where Panama Hats originated and continue to thrive, but it seems nobody else does.  Always seeking insights into a country I am about to explore, it was only a month before I headed to South America that I became aware of this myself.  The history of Panama Hats turned out to be a fascinating legacy and so I hope you will […]

Huancayo, Peru – The unconquerable city

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Rate our ReviewsHuancayo Peru…The city of Huancayo is part of the province of the same name and is the capital of the department of Junín. Located to the south of Mantaro’s Valley and on the 3271 masl, it has become the most important city of the central mountain range of Peru.  The name comes from […]