New York City is often referred to as the world's "melting pot," a phrase that's perhaps best reflected by the city's vast diversity of food. There are 195 countries in the world and in New York you can find a restaurant that specializes in cuisine from each one.
My Peruvian Paso horse galloped along the Lurin Valley coastline as hundreds of seagulls flew above searching for their next treat. The breeze from the sea transported the call of wild birds over the crashing waves. It was a whimsical day, almost dreamlike in beauty.
After a recent trip there, i’ve put together tips and my suggested itinerary so you don’t get lost in the Lost City of the Incas. Enjoy as you read about how you can make the most of your time at this iconic Incan archaeological site.
It's the trip you've been dreaming about for years, but where do you start planning for the Lost City of Machu Picchu? In our guide, we'll give you our top suggestions based on actual experience of visiting these historic cities.
In January and February, Buenos Aires hums to a lazy melody as Portenos (locals) escape the summer heat. Yet the contemporary cool of this Argentinean city prevails with tango shows, irresistible parrillas (BBQ) and graceful elegance.