Drinking in Peru: It's All About Socialising

Whichever country we visit, we are always interested in its drinking culture. A country like Peru offers booze hounds all the watering holes and exotic drinks that they can ever wish for. Read more..

Being Gay and Traveling in Peru

If you are gay, and plan to travel in and around Peru, you may not really encounter a gay paradise. Peru is still a deeply Catholic country that is bound by negative attitudes towards homosexuality. Read more..

Don't Forget to Bite Into a Cuy When You Are in Peru

Peruvian cuisine is one of the most sought after across restaurants in cities like London, Paris and New York. Peruvian cuisine is growing very popular all over the world and there is no better place than Peru to try some of its most well known delicacies. Read more..

Celebrating the Easter Sunday in Peru

The Easter Sunday has just passed and many people might wonder how the Easter Week is celebrated in Peru, which is predominantly Catholic much like the rest of Latin America. Semana Santa or the Easter Week is celebrated feverishly all across Peru and the celebrations culminate on the Easter Sunday, which is celebrated to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. [Continue reading...]

Poor Young Peruvian Men to Be Forced to Serve in the Army

Forcing young men to serve in the army is not exactly is the most democratic way to run a country. However, many developed and liberal countries like Israel and Singapore still practice conscription as a rule. On the other hand, most Latin American countries do not force their citizens to serve in the army and the decision is almost always voluntary. [Continue reading...]

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