Peru – Albuferra de Medio Mundo – A shelter in danger

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Rate our ReviewsWe were on our way back from a trip to  Caral, Peru and the sun being lost in the clouds, we stopped at the Albúfera de Medio Mundo (Middle World Lagoon), about 25 km north of the city of Huacho and about 175 km north of Lima. The community has the same name, […]

Carabaya – Puno, Perú – Tales of gold and silver

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Rate our ReviewsIn the mythology of ancient Peru, gold receives from the Sun its good qualities, it does not decay, it does not age, it is the symbol of perfection, of purity, and of immortality.  Silver, its companion astral, grows under the influence of the Moon.  In ancient Peru iron was unknown, gold was found […]

Peru – Pisco Sour’s refreshing history

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Rate our ReviewsPisco is a bird’s name, said the Spanish chronicler Pedro Cieza de Leon, back in 1550, about the name given to one of the valleys where wine was being produced from the first vines that arrived in these lands. In 1572 the town of Santa Maria Magdalena de Pisco, to the south of […]

MISTURA – THE LARGEST GASTRONIMIC FAIR IN LATIN AMERICA

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Rate our ReviewsMISTURA is a fair that shows the world the great biodiversity and richness of Peru as well as what has become a great source of pride for Peruvians, our gastronomy.  This fair is the largest and most important in Latin America.

LIMA, PERU -San Cristobal Hill -City Custodian

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Rate our ReviewsSan Cristobal hill is one of the icons of the city. It is located 400 meters above sea level and offers its visitors the possibility of contemplating all of Lima.  When the sky is clear you can see the entire coastline from Chorrillos to La Punta and  San Lorenzo Isle.