Where to prove peruvian food?: Gastronomic tourism in Lima

Where to prove peruvian food?: Gastronomic tourism in Lima

Where to do gastronomic tourism in Lima? If you already read my entries on what to eat or what to drink when you visit Peru, in this post, I will give you my list of restaurants or establishments that I recommend in Lima, where you can do gastronomic tourism and consume the delicacies that Peruvian food offers us. IMPORTANT NOTE: All my recommendations are directed as always to help you make decisions, by the way, everything stated here is my…

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One day to meet Lima

One day to meet Lima

Lima, The City of Kings The city of colorful public gardens despite the fact that never it is rains, the capital of the Inca nation, it is a beautiful city that has many places to visit, here you can find the vestiges of its Inca ancestors (Huacas), the Spanish heritage ( in the architecture of the city center) and if there were not enough, there is the modern Lima that rests in a privileged way facing the sea, for all…

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Peruvian drinks that you should prove on your next trip

Peruvian drinks that you should prove on your next trip

After recommending 7 typical Peruvian dishes to try, today I suggest Peruvian drinks that you should try, whether you want to accompany your meals or if you want to eat them alone. 1.  Purple Chicha. Although is not the national drink, from my perspective foreign, the purple chicha is the most popular, it is rare to find an establishment that sells food that does not offer purple chicha, personally after I prove it, it was my favorite option to accompany…

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7 Peruvian dishes you should prove on your next trip

7 Peruvian dishes you should prove on your next trip

Peruvian gastronomy: A delight We have all heard about Peruvian gastronomy, as it is a reference not only in Latin America but worldwide because it has the Inca flavors and additionally influence of other continents such as European, Asian and even African, this mixture of flavors make it unique and delicious. Therefore when making this selection of dishes I took two criteria, one, which I considered the most popular and two, those that were not so spicy! For those who…

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My visit for one day to Salta The Pretty

My visit for one day to Salta The Pretty

The City of Salta, Land of Gaucha People I was spending holidays in Tarija (Bolivia) and suddenly I heard about Salta, a relatively close Argentine city and I became interested in getting to know it. I hired a ground transportation service that took me from Tarija to Salta, however, in Bermejo you have to cross the border to Aguas Claras and from there to board the new transport directly to Salta, I had some difficulty because of a mistake mine…

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Calato dog or hairless dog of Peru

Calato dog or hairless dog of Peru

Oh, but what happened to this poor! That’s what I thought, when I visited the Moon’s Huaca very close to Trujillo in Peru, I saw a dog without hair, in my ignorance I thought I had suffered some kind of scabies and had left so affected, our guide to see that the little animal caught our attention, told us that this kind of puppy, was the famous mascot that they wanted to give to the daughter of President Obama, because…

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Through the letters: The other 90%

Through the letters: The other 90%

INTRODUCTION The book “The other 90%”, written by Mr. Robert K. Cooper, an expert in emotional intelligence and applied neuroscience to leadership, is a mixture of these two areas of knowledge applying them in personal development, this development is not only at the intellectual level as perhaps the front page induces, but at other levels that are important in the human being, bearing in mind that we are integral beings. What is the book about? Its author Robert K. Cooper…

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Through the letters of: Memories of a geisha

Through the letters of: Memories of a geisha

The book came into my hands because I saw the film and it seemed so beautiful, that I saw it a couple of times more, I loved the soundtrack, the landscapes, the photography and the story that is quite engaging. I wanted to check what they say out there that “the book is always much better than the movie version”, so ¡I read it!. What is the book about? It is the story of a girl named Chiyo, who from…

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