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Teaching English in Peru

TEFL teacher Emily Bennet opens up about her first 6 months teaching in Peru 

Only months after her 23rd birthday, Emily Bennet set off on the adventure of a life time, she moved across the pond. 932 more words


Picarones: Peru’s favourite late-night snack

These aniseed-flavoured doughnuts with mashed squash are crispy, chewy and sweet – perfect for soaking up the booze on a night out in Lima




While most Peruvian restaurants in Dubai tend to be on the pricey side, we are pleased to say Ceviche is the exception. We enjoyed the food and presentation, with the morada colada and semisfera being our favourites. 21 more words


Ceviche - Old St

I had been looking forward to eating at Ceviche for the whole week leading up to my visit. You can imagine my disappointment then, when I arrived and my booking hadn’t been placed in their system, even though I had spent Monday morning on the telephone to a vacuous member of staff finalising my weekend arrangements. 402 more words


Aji de Gallina: spicy Peruvian chicken stew

This recipe is all about making a little bit of food stretch a long way… if I make it using only one chicken breast, it still lasts me at least 4 days! 731 more words


A Tale of Two Brothers

In July of 2016 I flew to Peru and volunteered in three different orphanages that housed abandoned boys. This trip was part of a school excursion organised by myself, some fellow staff members and The Vine Trust. 339 more words



Next up: Nadège! This patisserie is very well known in Toronto for its French pastries. I, personally, love their macarons. They are truly to die for. 320 more words