Machu Picchu, Peru…The Mountain, the Dream and the Reality

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Rate our ReviewsMachu Picchu in Peru is simply not just a destination. It is far beyond being a world famous wonder. To me Machu Picchu is a dream. I arrived in Machu Picchu Pueblo (ex Aguas Calientes) with tickets to the citadel and tickets to the Machu Picchu mountain. I checked in my hotel and […]

Pachamanca, Peru A Millennial Dish That Is an Offering to the Gods

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Rate our ReviewsPachamanca, Peru….Peruvian cuisine, from ancestral times, has been very special and has used different culinary techniques for the conservation and preparation of food.  The Pachamanca is part of that millenary legacy that has transcended the Andes and is prepared throughout Perú.  Such is its meaning that in 2003 it was considered a Cultural […]

SANTA EULALIA, HUAROCHIRI, LIMA,PERU Sun and nature

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Rate our ReviewsSanta Eulalia is a valley about two hours from Lima and 30 minutes from the center of Chosic.  It is reached by taking the exit off the Central Highway to the Hydroelectric Center of Barba Blanca. We went there a few weeks ago, with my mom’s senior club.  We left Lima at 8:00 […]

Port Callo, Peru – A visit to the “Union” Ship and Naval Base

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Rate our ReviewsPort Callo…..One weekend per year, as part of its Community Service policy and within the “Open Doors” Program,  the public is allowed to enter to Naval Base of Callao. This base is practically a city within the limits of the Port of Callao. 

Paracas and Ballestas, Peru….The Changing of the Land and the Pacific Ocean

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Rate our ReviewsPerhaps this story should start with a little bit of history? Once upon a time, in the XIX century, there was a war between Chile and Peru, called “The Pacific War”. Isn’t that name in itself a contradiction? As the wise Master Yoda said: “Wars not make one great” so, that was not […]