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Christmas in Peru

Christmas in Peru

Experiencing Christmas in another country can be pretty interesting from different cultures to different dates of the Christmas story. Peru has to have the most unique way of celebrating this holiday season. The Santurantikuy Christmas Fair in Cusco is one example. The most cultural city filled with myths, legends and Inca Pride host one of the biggest fairs of the year lasting all day and night of December 24th. The “Sale of Saints” fair is perfect filled with all artisans…

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The Best Places to Visit in Peru

The Best Places to Visit in Peru

When you think of Peru, there are probably only two things that come to mind, Cusco and Machu Picchu. In reality, Peru is shelter to so many different magnificent sights that can easily go unrecognized. From the jungle to the Andes mountains, Peru is one of the most diverse countries in the world with a rich culture and even richer history. Here are 8 must-see destinations that’ll take you on an unforgettable adventure through this unique country. #1 Lima, by…

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Traveling – A healthy way to live

Traveling – A healthy way to live

Life today can become very stressful as we have more priorities, more things we are involved in and more aware of all the information out in the world that it´s sometimes hard to get away for a while. Whether we are too busy or believe traveling somewhere it´s worth the hassle. It´s actually been scientific proven that traveling is healthy for us. And we should at least travel “Ideally, you should take at least two longer trips per year, in addition to a few other…

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Your Majesty the Andean Condor

Your Majesty the Andean Condor

The Incas believed that the condor was immortal. According to the myth, when the animal feels that it begins to age and that its strength runs out, it rests on the highest and most protruding peak of the mountains, folds its wings, collects its legs and lets itself sink to the bottom. Of the gorges, where his reign ends. This death is symbolic, because with this act the condor returns to the nest, to the mountains, from where it is…

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