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Lima Neighborhoods: A Breakdown Made For Travelers

BY WENDY HUNG bibliocad.com You may be heading to Peru to experience the Machu Picchu, but you’re sure to spend at least a few days in Lima. Although the capital of Peru is gigantic, divided into forty-three different districts and populated by eight million inhabitants. There are, however, simply a handful of districts that you’ll be wanderlusting […]

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34 Cities That Will Make You Want To Paint The Town…Literally

BY WENDY HUNG Some cities were created to inspire the artists in all of us. The longer we wanderlust, the more we want to grab a paint brush and  channel our inner Van Goghs. These thirty-four colorful gems take us from Australia to Asia to all the Americas, through Europe and all the way to Greenland. Get […]

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Lima, Peru Tips & Tricks: Every FYI You Need To Know

BY WENDY HUNG Lima is an ideal destination all year ’round. Just in case you’re too lazy to flip through a guidebook, here’s a quick rundown of tips and tricks! Weather: Seasons in Lima, Peru is similar to Australia, meaning, their summers are US/Europe/Asia’s winters and their winters are our summers. Even so, weather in Lima stays […]

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Top 10 Must-Do’s In Lima, Peru

BY WENDY HUNG Many travelers head to Peru for the famous Machu Picchu, therefore Lima is often, unfortunately, overlooked. With a rising movement of gastronomy supported by the government, and a slew of growing activities to do, Peru’s capital is a city that plays a key role in South America’s thriving tourism. Here are top ten […]

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Founder’s Note: Just Go!

BY WENDY HUNG This is how I spent Sunday: being a hermit in my Taipei bedroom. For 24 hours, my doors were shut, the TV was on and I passed out like an exhausted baby. This week, when people asked how I was doing, my only answer was exactly that: exhausted! Since April 25th, this was […]

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13 Foods You’ve Got To Try In Peru

BY WENDY HUNG Don’t be that boring traveler who never experiments! Peru’s local cuisine is full of flavors and spices. Due to its multiethnic background over five centuries, Peruvian cuisine contains huge influences from Spain, France, Germany and the Chinese, who arrived to Peru in the 1850s. Seafood takes over most menus, and you’ll taste stir fried and […]

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Is Home Really Where The Heart Is? One Writer Explores…

BY LIZZY MONROE In the past two years, I have spent more time abroad than I have at home. I am from Eugene, Oregon, a friendly college town that is in many ways still stuck in the 60’s. Growing up in this hippie town not only instilled in me a love of Birkenstocks and tie-dye, but […]

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