Peru is a country with over 300 national dishes. To learn four of them, try over 35 fruits and take a tour of the market we booked a tour with Sky Kitchen. During the 5 hour experience, a Peruvian Chef taught us how to make Causa, Ceviche, Lomo Saltado and Picarones.
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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.
We took a weekend trip with Peru Hop to Paracas and Huacachina. These two towns are often passed over when visiting Peru but are absolutely worth checking out!
Local Peruvian, Catterina, shows me around Lima. In this episode we stop for the craft cocktails at Mad Bar and have a meal at the open kitchen dining scene at Quimera Restaurante.
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Palacio del Inka was once part of the Inka Temple of the Sun, the most sacred site in the Inca religion. Lucky guests can spend the night in this historic palace.
Huacachina is the most interesting Peruvian town you’ve never heard of. At first glance, this village is straight out of the set of a Hollywood movie.
Learn to cook like a Peruvian, taste 35 different local fruits and visit the market in Lima.
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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.