FacebookTwitterPinterestFeel the atmosphere and meet history of Peruvian restobars of the end of 19th century. Every detail of interior is a real and antique. Tabern Queirolo is a nice place to have a drink or dinner after visiting the National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru. Placed in a 1-floor historical building, it… Read More Antique restobar – Antigua Taberna Queirolo, Lima.
FacebookTwitterPinterestDo you know, that Inca is not the only Indian civilization in Peru? You can learn more in the National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru. One of my favorite museum in Lima is a place where you may learn more about ancient Indian civilizations lived in the territory of Peru. There wasn’t… Read More National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru, Lima.
FacebookTwitterPinterestAlpaca fiber for its quality and properties may be a great alternative to cashmere and mohair. However, it wasn’t promoted so much than last two and for a lot of people, it’s still a question: why to buy alpaca clothes? The answer is very simple – because its values… Values Values of Alpaca fiber are… Read More Why buy and wear Alpaca clothes?
FacebookTwitterPinterestIt’s a nice animal, on short legs, more likely a sheep with a long neck. However, be surprised! The nearest more or less famous alpaca’s relative is a camel! It’s still a question when the history of alpaca as a domestic animal was started. Scientists assume that it was before Incas civilization. Incas have bred… Read More Who is alpaca actually?
FacebookTwitterPinterestToday you may find a lot of trendy and high-quality clothes from acrylic, or if you are not a fan of synthetics you can easily find cotton or wool clothes. At the same time, you’ve probably heard about Cashmere, Mohair or Alpaca. So, why actually people attracted by a natural fiber of these rare animals?… Read More Alpaca vs. Cashmere vs. Mohair clothes.
FacebookTwitterPinterestLima is very rich for its murals, but that isn’t the only expression of street art in the Peruvian capital. Imagine you are walking in the art gallery, that is an open-air space. In addition, you are free to visit it 24/7 without any tickets or rules. That was an idea of Argentino-Peruvian artist Arnaldo… Read More New format of street art – a neighbors museum
FacebookTwitterPinterestLima is the main Peruvian international air hub, so probably it will be your first destination. And it’s really huge, so where to stay in Lima? Unfortunately, today Lima is not a safe city, so check my review. Lima is a 10 million population megapolis. It divides into several districts, and a life in different… Read More Where to stay in Lima?
FacebookTwitterPinterestOne more thing in my lot of top Peruvian street food, and this time it’s a pastry. However it’s not a simple pastry, but the religious one. Discovering Lima historical center, on my way from Catacumbas, I’ve found two small pastry shops. The only thing they are selling is Churros. Both shops have religious banners… Read More #1 Peruvian Street food pastry – Churros
FacebookTwitterPinterestThe weekend is not far away, so let’s do some bar growling! In this review, I’ll show you the best bars in the fanciest district of Lima called Miraflores. Gowing bars is a great deal if you like to try some local specialties and join some party. Lima is great for it’s nightlife and it’s… Read More Best bars in Miraflores, Lima.
FacebookTwitterPinterestNowadays, street food doesn’t associate with a natural or healthy meal. However, here in Peru, you may find this rare combination. Peru is one of the origins of potatoes, so potatoes take a special place in Peruvian cuisine. Papa Rellena (Stuffed Potatoes) is a #mustTry street food. So, what’s that exactly? First and the main… Read More Papa Rellena – a natural street food.