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December 17th, 2014Lifestyle, Peru 0 Comments

The overlap of food and culture fascinates me and in my travels I always take time out to try, what may be ordinary for the place I am visiting, things that are unusual for me. Maybe even a bit out of my comfort zone. I have tried; pig’s blood tofu in Cambodia, chewy silk worms […]

Before I had the opportunity to visit Cusco, (aka “The City of Kings” or alternatively to the Incans, “the bellybutton of the world”) it was one of those mysterious Andean cities that I had, in my head, constructed a lot of personal mythology around. I envisioned an exotic Shangri-La where colorful scenes and ancient Incan […]

Movie “Gringo Trails”: Are travelers destroying the planet – or saving it?

From the Bolivian jungle to the party beaches of Thailand, and from the deserts of Timbuktu to the breathtaking beauty of Bhutan: Gringo Trails shows the unanticipated impact of tourism on cultures, economies, and the environment, tracing some stories over 30 years. Join us and other responsible travel-aficionados in the screening of Gringo Trails in Kino Central, Berlin on […]

November 12th, 2014Peru 4 Comments

It may not be as not as well-known as other other Peruvian cities like Lima and Cuzco, but as near as I can tell, Arequipa’s almost 1,000,000 inhabitants seem to be perfectly happy keeping the city’s substantial charms to themselves. Nicknamed the “white city”, Peru’s second largest city takes its international obscurity in stride by […]

Marketing Globetrotters Tour in Lima, Peru

It was one of those strange twists of fate, and being open to opportunity, that finds me halfway across the world in the lobby of the Sonesta Hotel in Lima, Peru as part of a program called Marketing Globetrotters. Marketing Globetrotters is the brainchild of Yngrid Arnold, CMO of Viventura Travel, a socially responsible tour […]

November 2nd, 2014Argentina 0 Comments

Argentina is, rightfully, famous for its exceptional steaks and delectable wines. But the fun doesn’t stop there. Thanks to hundreds of years of immigration, Argentina is something of a melting pot and the food culture reflects this, with plentiful Asian restaurants, a huge amount of Italian influence and many indigenous meals thrown into the mix. […]

October 12th, 2014Bolivia 0 Comments

Bolivian cuisine is a hearty, homely affair that won’t leave you hungry. While the country doesn’t have the reputation of neighboring Peru for its gastronomy, there are plenty of high quality restaurants in Bolivia that will, like the country itself, surprise you and keep you coming back for more. Restaurants in La Paz 1. Chalet La […]

El Superclásico – The Biggest Rivalry in Argentine Football

As I watched 11 red and white shirts wage war against 11 blue and yellow shirts in unplayable conditions in front of 74,000 screaming fans late into Sunday night I knew, I had to write my first article about football. Actually let me rephrase that, because describing this rivalry as just football would be an understatement of […]

October 2nd, 2014Peru 0 Comments

Restaurants In Lima Tanta For typical Peruvian deliciousness If you’re after typical Peruvian cuisine you can’t miss this restaurant in Lima that serves up excellent local delicacies such as lomo saltado (delicious Peruvian style stir fry) and more. Already drooling? Well, be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment. Address: Av 28 de Julio […]

Marketing Globetrotters

Love travel? Love marketing? Looking to experience something life-changingly cool? We’ve got something we’re sure you’ll love. What is the Marketing Globetrotters Contest? Viventura are offering the incredible opportunity to travel around South America with marketing legend, rap hero and all-round awesome human being, Mike King. You’ll traverse the jungles, shake to salsa, laze on […]

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