If you have a day in Huacachina
Honestly, that's the easiest one to plan out yet among all the cities and villages in Peru we have visited. Huacachina is muy pequeña (very small). The incredible desert oasis surrounded by all the cafes, restaurants and accommodation. People normally take a shor
*** PERU RAIL
*** MACHU PICCHU
*** AGUAS CALIENTES
A lot of people dream to visit the world's 7 wonders. I honestly hadn't really dream about it but luckily, I had a chance to go visit one in Peru, the world-famous 'Machu Picchu!' but is Machu Picchu worth visiting? As the cost and effort of gett
Who would come to Peru for Pizza and burger? Not really. They're here for the world-famous Machu Picchu, the delicacy like a deep-fried guinea pig (cut), exotic alpaca steak, and a lot more delicious Peruvian cuisine, perhaps. Anyways, once we're in Peru, we'd love to try anything Peru has to off
Raise your hand and yell it out loud 'You don't like sushi!'. Now we know you're not that honest of a person :) Sushi is awesome and eating it in its homeland is something beyond imagination!
In this Food porn the series where we dig deep, dig hard to the past way way back then for all the food we a
Local market is always awesome! While in Peru, every city we visited, every town we have been to, we always headed to a local market at least once to try local food, to buy local produce and to shop for some souvenir that it wouldn't cost us an arm and a leg. In Cusco too! and the market you can
Dune buggy and sandboarding in Huacachina Peru is super duper fun! In this Peru video, we're showing you food and fun in Huacachina. This village is lovely! I’m glad to have visited but it’s more like a one-time thing. Not much to do other than Dune buggy and sandboarding.
Watching sunset and sunr
Valparaíso is not supposed to be so peaceful and quiet like this... It's unfortunate and unfortunate at the same time. Mr. Pinmapple loves it nice and quiet as it is right now and so do I. Though, Valparaíso, Chile is usually lively, full of arts, people and a lot of cafes, restaurants and a lot of
One first thing we have been dying to try since we have arrived in Peru was Alpaca. We finally gave it a go here in Cusco. How's our first time eating alpaca and our first meal in Cusco in general? It's different, like, really :)
From Lima to Paracas to Huacachina to Arequipa and now
Sweet tooth this way! Arequipa is one of the Peru's food heaven. After a few hidden huariques around, a few traditional Peruvian picanterias, now let's just walk around and find some Peruvian dessert around where you foodies need to hit them up while Arequipa. Alfajores sure will be the first on
Hive, hive, hive it up - We hive it up.. The first post through the Hive Chain, I'm excity like very.. <3
While in Peru, going to a Peruvian market seems to be something I love doing and literally, it's enjoyable to do so. Many fruits I have never seen, a lot of food I get excited about. Great
Culture shock in Santiago, Chile
How can I survive 10 days here in Santiago, Chile...
I remember when I first got to Santiago, Chile. How much I was bitching about it. How hot it is, how much more expensive it is than in Peru the country I was, and all the dirty walls and the city itself is (so
You have heard so much about picanteria, haven't you? If you're coming to or are already in Arequipa, of course you have! It's a thing here. Big thing. One of the restaurant type people love to go for lunch for some authentic Peruvian food. Let me bring you to a really really good picanterias in tow