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  • A guide to Peruvian cuisine

    Peru

    Peru

    Peru’s natural and cultural diversity is not something that you find just anywhere – this country is simply unique. With its heritage of stunning pre-Columbian historical sites, colonial architecture, natural wonders art, folklore and cuisine, Peru has the power to transform even the most standoffish and reluctant explorer into an eager traveler.

    Whatever you do in Peru (and there is much to do: adventure travel, eco-tourism, sightseeing), you shouldn’t miss out on a gastro-tour of the country as well. Peruvian cuisine is full of surprising flavors and aromas that will awaken the foodie in everyone. Here’s a short guide to Peruvian cuisine, a mouth-watering mix of local cooking with Japanese, Italian, Spanish and Chinese influences.

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  • Mummy travel – top 5 destinations in the world to see mummies

    Capuchin Catacombs, ┬ędede85s/flickr

    Some of the most famous mummies in the world come from Egypt, and if you’ve taken a tour of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, you’ve probably seen quite a few of them. But mummies are not exclusive to ancient Egypt – there are tons of places around the world where it was the norm to mummify the dead.

    If you are interested in archaeology, anthropology, ancient cultures or simply want to see a very old dessicated corpse, then you can do that in several locations around the globe. Take a peek at what eternity looked like for the ancients, and visit some of the top 5 destinations in the world to see mummies.

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