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The Many Faces of Peru: The Girls of Urubamba

I met these two beautiful young girls when they were out herding the livestock in the stunningly beautiful Urubamba Valley. I was on the way back to Cusco from Moray archaeological site that day. 196 more words

My Travel

An Authentic Taste of Peru: El Tule in Lambertville NJ

Note for the TL;DR crowd: visit our Flickr Album for many more pictures from our visit.

We recently had the opportunity to dine at El Tule Mexican and Peruvian Restaurant… 1,366 more words

New Jersey


Michelada Ceviche:  Rock Sole, Peppers, Ginger

Stone Crab Ceviche:  Heart of Palm, Tangerine, Passion Fruit 

Suckling Pig Taquitos:  Suckling Pig Confit, Guacamole, Gruyere, Chipotle Aioli… 251 more words


La Esquina: Stamford,CT


La Esquina is this small Spanish fusion restaurant in Stamford, CT. It is hidden away from the main streets and give an awes rom quiet vibe that you don’t get from many places in a city as busy as Stamford. 438 more words


The story behind the Inca Tumi

The Tumi is a sacrificial ceremonial accesorie distinctly characterized by a semi-circular blade, made of either bronze, copper, gold-alloy, wood, or silver alloy usually made of one piece and used by inca cultures in the Andean Region. 183 more words

Nikkei: Peru meets Japan

Today I wasn’t able to gym because my Achilles tendon was feeling a little bit grumpy from a late night basketball session. So a little bit depressed that I didn’t get my endorphin fix I scooted on over to Rada street thinking I could get a bite at Wildflour. 535 more words

Ecuadorian shrimp ceviche - Mariposa

With spicy popcorn. $13.50
Mariposa, Sedona AZ

This ceviche tasted great, but it was very soupy. I was a little confused with the popcorn – if it was is typically served with this type of ceviche.

View from the dining room.