Peru

Bogota, Colombia Vs. Lima, Peru Vs. Mexico City

If you’re a big city person with a penchant for traveling in Latin America, then Bogota, Colombia Vs. Lima, Peru Vs. Mexico City might be the comparison post you need to succeed. See, these three cities are the Holy Trinity of Spanish-speaking locales with massive population numbers. The smallest city featured here has over 9 million locals. […]

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Best Nightlife in Peru: Top 9 Places to Party in the Country!

The nightlife in Peru is something I’ll never forget. I remember my first trip to Lima like it was yesterday. I went to Gotica Club in Larcomar every weekend for months on end. The place was truly legendary. On Fridays and Saturdays, the giant club overlooking the Pacific Ocean would fill up with gringos and […]

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Cities in Peru: A Gringo’s Go-To Guide

Curious about cities in Peru? Looking to see if there’s more to this South American country than Lima, Cusco, and Machu Pichu? Well, you’ve come to the right place. After my second extended trip in the country, I learned a thing or two about Peruvian cities. I’ve lived the big city life in Lima, explored […]

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A Digital Nomad’s Guide to Lima, Peru

Lima, Peru certainly isn’t a digital nomad hotspot as of writing. In fact, I didn’t meet many location independent workers while in the city. You’ll find tons of travelers, backpackers, and people visiting Machu Picchu in Lima. You just won’t find a bevvy of digital nomads. There are a few expats and some online poker […]

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15 Terrific Things to Do in Lima, Peru – 2018/19 Edition

Miraflores is the safest neighborhood in Latin America. Barranco offers bohemian charms and character. Peruvian food is fantastic and the nightlife is popping. Suffice to say – there are tons of terrific things to do in Lima, Peru. If you get bored in the capital of Peru, it’s probably not the city. It might be […]

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Do You Need to Speak Spanish in Peru? A Gringo’s Guide

Being able to speak Spanish in Peru is important, but it’s not the end of the world if you’re still learning. My first trip to Peru I could barely utter a word in Spanish. I was luckily to get past “Como estas?” without sounding like a complete and utter moron. Luckily, I was traveling around […]

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