An authentic farewell from Lima’s international airport

  Lima’s Jorge Chávez International Airport. Wow! What an incredible airport. Probably the best airport I’ve encountered so far. (I’m not being sarcastic, I just like airports okay) Madrid airport still being the prettiest I’ve seen But with its exquisite interior design, Lima’s international airport was definitely the most enjoyable. Unlike

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A walking tour of Barranco, the bohemian part of Lima – Part 1

In the south of Lima lies a town named Barranco. It’s considered Lima’s most romantic and bohemian hub. It’s the home and workplace of many Peruvian leading artists, musicians, designers and photographers. As an “aesthete” myself, I wanted to see the places where these Peruvian artisans really grew as artists. In the 19th

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Things to do in Lima: Cacao to Chocolate workshop at Choco Museo

Almost immediately after discovering there’s a Chocolate museum (Choco Museo) in Lima i started planning my visit. You can participate in chocolate workshops (where you learn about the history of chocolate) and can even take part in making chocolate from scratch. The first time i saw a real cacao pod

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Chocolate Sushi – A ‘must-try’ when in Peru

When I attended the Mistura Food Festival this year, I came across chocolate in it’s most unusual form – Sushi. I remember thinking (well that looks interesting, but it must taste like ….) I had planned to try some towards the end of Mistura Food Festival, but of course they

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