19

Mar
2015
Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Quechua
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Most importantly Quechua speakers refer to their mother tongue as runasimi, which means ‘human speech’.[1] It is one of the 47 original languages spoken in Peru. Quechua is also spoken in Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina and Chile.[2] With the Inca conquest of more and more territory Quechua spread in a similar way Latin did in […]
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19

Mar
2015
Pumpkin or Zapallo? Halloween à la Cusco
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Did you know? 31st October is traditionally Día de la Canción Criolla – Creole Song Day in Peru. This event was established President Manuel Prado Ugarteche in 1944, in order to celebrate Peru’s iconic creole music and the musicians of especially Afro-Peruvian, but also Andean origins. Over the past 20 years, especially in Cusco with the […]
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30

Sep
2014
Lares – Alternative Route to Machu Picchu
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The remote Lares Valley is an excellent trekking place if you want to escape the crowds, clicking of cameras and experience genuine encounters with the local people.[1] Remote Andean Villages Breathtaking Landscapes Hot Medicinal Springs No Crowds or Overly-Traveled Trails Personalized Service, Quality, Equipment, and Excellent Meals ‘Situated among the eastern slopes of the Andes […]
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