Category Archives: Peru

Experience the Magic Water Circuit, Lima Peru

Exceeds expectations. But really, why wouldn’t the worlds largest fountain complex be amazing?! Lima’s Magic Water Circuit has a split personality, and you’re going to want to get to know both of them. By day you can walk around the … Continue reading

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Discover Olive Park, Lima Peru

I adore olives and Peru has a most succulent crop of the fruit. To tell you the truth though, I never knew exactly where olives came from. Could have been a plant or a vine, I wouldn’t have known it … Continue reading

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Visiting the Larco Museum, Lima Peru

Everyone and their mother knows about the Inca Empire. Have you ever heard of the Moche, the Wari, or the Chimu? They laid the foundation for the Inca who would unite the region. If you and would like to know … Continue reading

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Where to get Ceviche in Lima, Peru

The one thing you need to eat in Peru is ceviche, raw fish cured in citrus juices. If I’m going to be eating raw fish I’d prefer to do it by the sea where it should be nice and fresh, … Continue reading

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Exploring Lima’s Historic Center, Peru

In 1535 Francisco Pizarro founded the city of Lima, claimed for Spain. Lima is large and multifaceted, though one part which should not be missed is the historical center. It is an architectural dream filled with buildings from Pizarro’s day, … Continue reading

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Exploring the neighborhood of Barranco, Lima Peru

Barranco is cool. Think Brooklyn without trying too hard. If you’re in Lima you’ll definitely want to save some time for wandering around the little bohemian district. It’s where Peru’s 20th century writers and artists called home, giving it such … Continue reading

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Huaca Pucllana, Peru

A pyramid, in Peru? It’s true. Right in the heart of Miraflores is an archeological treasure Huaca Pucllana, with a fantastic historical tour. This was the center of Lima culture around 500AD, it’s interesting to see the juxtaposition of yesterday … Continue reading

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