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10 famous foods from Peru you must try

10 Famous Foods from Peru You Need to Try

Ask anyone in South America where the best place for food is on the continent and most will say Peru, even the Chileans! Lima is particularly famous for being the beating heart of the culinary scene because of the many different fusion foods, including influences from Japan, Africa and China. As a result, there are many highly rated ...
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Five gay friendly hotels in Peru with nomadic boys

5 unique gay friendly hotels in Peru

Peru has historically been a very conservative society and quite hostile to its LGBT community. However, very slowly, more and more politicians are coming out in support of legislation favourable to the LGBT community. More recently, in January 2017, President Kuczynski issued a decree prohibiting all forms of discrimination and hate crimes on the basis of sexual orientation ...
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Is it worth going to lake titicaca with nomadic boys

Is it worth going to Lake Titicaca?

When we were planning our trip to Peru, we were close to skipping Lake Titicaca altogether, mainly because of all the bad press it receives about being so touristy. But if you avoid the tourist traps, you will discover some of the most beautiful, serene and tranquil places in Peru, such as Amantaní island. You can have an authentic ...
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Travel itinerary to Peru

Gay friendly travel itinerary to Peru

Peru is a destination which is sure to captivate you in many ways, from foodie paradise Lima to the Inca heartland around Cusco. Although Peru has traditionally been quite a conservative country, it is slowly waking up to take its place in the pink limelight as politicians grow more and more bold in supporting LGBT favourable legislation. This is ...
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Why not to trek the Inca Trail in January Nomadic Boys

Why you should not do the Inca Trail in January

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of the most famous treks in the world. We did it in early January 2017, during the rainy season. Whilst we loved our experience a great deal, we think you should avoid doing the Inca Trail in January, or at least carefully consider the risks. The weather in Peru’s Sacred ...
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