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While traveling abroad is very common to look for a way to connect back to the internet, you might need to check emails, read the news, or even upload your latest photos to the cloud. In any event, you find yourself using a public Wi-Fi. The benefits of using public Wi-Fi while traveling are numerous, …

flight

For the most part we all like to flight, well maybe not the flight itself, but the promise of a relaxing vacation or a wonderful location. However, what many people don’t realize is that there are ways to make these flights ideal, or less troublesome. 10 Tips to Enjoy the Ideal Flight Here are the …

In today’s hyperactive, constantly busy world, a quality vacation has crucial significance for a balanced and healthy life. The Internet enables greater than ever before connection, integration and even unification of work life and personal life. In other words, now is more difficult than before to hide from our jobs. There are less and less …

what to pack for a trip to lima peru

There could be many items you want to take with you in your trip to Peru, but you need to pack this list of 8 items if you want to have a wonderful time in Peru. Looking up what to take away on a backpacking trip is one of the most searched topics for people …

diarrhea-peru

Do you have indigestion? Do you have diarrhea? Learn what medicines will help you fight these illnesses in Lima, Peru and continue enjoying your trip.

bored-kids-trip

Traveling with children, especially long tours like visiting Machu Picchu for example, is a difficult task. You cannot actually expect your young ones to seat peacefully on their seat in car, train, or airplane during the long hours of journey. The trick to overcome this challenging task is to make the journey fun and exciting …

inca-trail-hike

If you are thinking of hiking Peru’s Inca Trail, then it is crucial that you know how to prepare, what you will need to pack and how you will cope so that to maximize your chances of reaching Cusco Peru while alive and still smiling. This article has been updated February 23rd, 2017. I removed …

Holidays in Peru are really important. Peru is mostly Catholic and the Catholic holidays are festive days and full of touristic opportunities. All offices from the public sector will be closed during holidays in Peru and sometimes a day after or before the holiday depending on what day the holiday falls under for the year.

This is the second part of tips about public transportation in Lima, Peru. If you want to read the original article, go to 10 Tips about Public Transportation Part 1. Always remember visiting Peru is like visiting any other country or even your own country, there will be areas and things that you should not …

Public transportation in Lima consists primarily of buses, micros (minibus or microbus) and combis (small vans usually painted white with capacity for up to 20 people). This overwhelming vehicular fleet is omnipresent in Lima’s streets and mastering its secrets is a discipline based on trial and error. Lima in my personal opinion is not rental-car …

One of the many experiences a tourist will be faced to when traveling is to learn the country’s monetary system. In Peru, the currency is 100-based, meaning one “Nuevo Sol” is subdivided into 100 centimos.  El Nuevo Sol was first put in use on October 1st, 1991. One of the main differences with American dollar …

There are few things in life as convenient as taking taxis in Lima, Peru. You can find a cab in every single street in Lima. It should not take more than 1 minute (maybe 2 or 3 during rush hour) to find an empty cab. When looking for a cab you have some options: Professional …