Peru Travel Articles

 
Pachacamac: Off The Gringo Trail – Peru, South America
Most head to Peru for Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Nazca, or Lake Titicaca. Keith Rhoades found a hidden treasure that prepared him for what was to come.

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Banana Porridge on the Road to Phuyupatamarca – Cusco, Peru, South America
Banana Porridge on the Road to Phuyupatamarca – Cusco, Peru, South America Graham Smart is transported from everyday Edinburgh mundanity to the Inca Trail - by a banana.
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The Dentist in Cusco – Peru, South America

Adam Jeffries Schwartz finds out what happens behind closed doors in a dentist's office in Peru.


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Lake Titicaca Tour – Peru, Bolivia, South America

Adam Jeffries Schwartz visits the islands in Lake Titicaca, and finds a complex mix of culture.


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A Birthday To Remember – Peru, South America

Steve Peters will always remember his 35th birthday in Peru - good food, camaderie and decent surfing. It ended in the serenity of the ocean and in the community of a beachtown.


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The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu – Machu Picchu, Peru, South America
Barbara Colliander writes a journal of an adventure within reach - one that well exceeded her expectations.
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Trujillo’s Decapitators from Outer Space – Trujillo, Peru, South America
When Jonathan Garrett visits the vast adobe pyramids outside Trujillo, he ends up coming face to face with decapitating gods and tales of aliens from outer space.
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Goin’ Gator Hunting in the Great Peruvian Amazon – Peru, South America
Goin’ Gator Hunting in the Great Peruvian Amazon – Peru, South America In the remote Peruvian Amazon, Kris Dreessen helps wrestle prehistoric predators to save the rainforest.
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Testing the Waters in Huanchaco – Peru, South America
Huanchaco has one of the most consistent left breaks in all of South America. Jonathan Garrett hadn't surfed much in the past few years, but it didn't matter. He HAD to go.

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The Best Way To See Peru – Peru
Robert J. Lewis did what the guidebooks do not recommend. Not only does he live, but he gives thanks he took to the road and saw the true story of Peru.
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