Lima, The Gray and Beautiful.

This city is a box of surprises, Lima’s sky is almost permanently gray, and has its own magic…

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Barranco, the bohemian district of Lima

My beloved Barranco, many posts had been dedicated to this place in this travel site, one of the reasons is my frustrated dream of living there (Im also very much attached to my childhood district San Miguel, where everybody I know since a little girl live) and also because of the good vibe in here….

The Mototaxis , Peruvian Tuk tuks

This marvelous (and sometimes dangerous) way of transportation was first seen in Lima and the rest of Peru in the early 90’s, and since then has become part of our culture and our daily routine, especially at the low-income areas and close to the big markets of our main cities. If you are wondering this…

Hidden colonial treasures,  Jesuit Missions in Nasca (Ica-Peru)

Heading south to Nasca by bus? here a new destination that you should not miss…

Celebrations of Easter in Peru

Easter is not just a time to thank God and Jesus for his sacrifice in the cross, for locals is as well a time of traditions and family, is a time of thanking, and of course a time for eating!, the tradition dictates that only fish can be part of our diet in this days……

Travel the local style, travel by “Triciclo”

Yes, travel the local style, It’s a great way to learn more about the local culture…Interested?! here some useful tips…

Summer is the season of Ice-cream

Yes, Summer is the season of cold drinks, and in Peru is the season of  Ceviche and HELADO (ice-cream), Limenians like me run for one the minute after the sun starts to shine up on the sky, quite unusual phenomena in a city that is famous for having grey “donkey’s-belly” sky most of the year. So,…