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The Ballestas Islands - Peru's Galapagos

Often billed as Peru’s answer to Ecuador’s Galapagos, the Ballestas Islands are a little easier to get to (assuming you’re already in Peru of course). 834 more words


"Uncontacted? "Voluntarily Isolated"? "Sovereign"?

A lively debate has erupted on the listserve of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America (SALSA, registered members only) and elsewhere.  It builds on long-simmering tensions involving Amazonian indigenous groups living on the border between Peru and Brazil. 717 more words

Indigenous Amazonian Peoples: Social Issues

But How Can I Make Missional Communities Work With...? Part Two

This is the second part to a post published last week which asked the question

Are the principles of Missional Communities really transferable?

Today, Ben gives some more response to that question.

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Huaraz, Peru - Acclimatising with Lake Willcacocha

(Skipping over Trujillo, Chiclayo and Huanchaco for now to write down Huaraz while it’s still hot)

I had heard so many tourist rave about their amazing experience in Huraraz. 802 more words


Amazon rainforest's unmistakable treasures include vipers, tarantulas and piranhas

I recently travelled to the Amazon on two separate occasions. Whether in Ecuador or Peru, I had family accompanying me, and plenty of excitement waiting in the rainforest. 699 more words


The Agriculture lab, Salt Ponds and Ribs: Moray, Maras and Chicharron

The charm of Peru does not end in Machu Picchu or Sacred Valley, I learned more about how a Peruvian spend her daily life the longer I stay in the country. 1,164 more words

Explorer's Hat

Exploring International Comms Practice

I’m embarking on a nine-month project looking at International Comms Practice – blogging from Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Bali, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru. 39 more words