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Pachacámac & Pantanos de Villa, Peru: Archaeological Marvel & Wildlife Refuge

On our second day in Lima, our guides Vanessa and Marek introduced us to two completely contrasting sites, within a stone’s throw of each other, on the south side of the city. After battling through Lima’s early morning traffic, we … Continue reading

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The Temples of the Sun and the Moon, Trujillo, Peru

Near the modern city of Trujillo in Northern Peru, a pair of awe-inspiring pyramids rise from the dry coastal desert. The Huacas del Sol y de la Luna (Temples of the Sun and the Moon) were constructed from millions handmade … Continue reading

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Peru’s Mysterious Nazca Lines

The Nazca Desert is located roughly 280 miles south of Lima, penned in by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the foothills of the Andes to the east. At first glance, you could be forgiven for thinking it looks … Continue reading

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Lima, Peru: Worst Traffic Ever?

I absolutely loved my two days in Lima, Peru, at the beginning of this month (posts to follow). Our tour guides Vanessa Vasquez and Marek Zakrzewski Fernández looked after us brilliantly. So much so, it was like spending a couple … Continue reading

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