Peru is one of the twelve member nations to be involved with the TPP. What’s your opinion on the TPP? How will it affect member nations, and what effects will it have on the people? Please like, share, and comment below. Comments are moderated. The following are PDF files of the TPP, with Peru specific… Read More
For this day trip, my friend Gino and I traveled three hours by bus from Lima, passing Chosica, to the little mountain town of Matucana, which sits at 2389 meters, 7841 feet above sea level, and offers five different hikes or areas to visit. For this outing, we chose the hike to Antankallo waterfall, a… Read More
Below are some of the photo’s taken during a photo-shoot for shoe designer Willy Lopez and his company Puro Lopez, of Lima, Peru. The shoes are modeled by Miamy Horna, also from Lima. Not every shot here is a winner.
Yookoso, Bienvenido, Welcome. This year I attended the 24th annual Matsuri AELU. Matsuri means “Local Festival” in Japanese, and nearly every shrine celebrates its own Matsuri. According to AELU (Asociacion Estadio La Union – Association Union Stadium) land for the club was purchased sometime after WWII, and a community effort ensued for several years to… Read More
WHAT IS THE BEST BOTTLED WATER IN PERU FOR YOUR $? In Peru, the expensive bottled water shipped halfway around the world can be found in the big chain grocery stores. Water like Fiji, and Evian for around $5.00 a bottle. In this test, I used the most common bottled water found in Peru, where… Read More
Much of the winter, and much of the year for that matter, Lima is cloudy and sees little sunshine due to an inversion created by the Andes. If a person needs a dose of natural vitamin D, a short trip north, south or east of Lima is often the ticket to catch some rays of… Read More
The Temple of Pachacamac is an archaeological site located 40km (25 miles) SE of Lima, and predates the Inca by several hundred years. Inca construction is visible however as they were the last to inhabit Pachacamac. The site is impressive, but being made of adobe, it is not as lavish as the stone sites in… Read More