In Lima, Peru, do as the dogs do.
There’s only one way to describe the mercados in Lima, Peru: you just died and went to …well, you know.
Considering that the circumference of Earth is 24, 888 miles, you really can’t get much farther apart than China and Peru.
There are forty-two cats in Lima’s Kennedy Park, one of which is a devote Catholic.
With every new stamp in my passport comes a skid mark in the pants.
We all hope to be stalked by a wingless Clarence, being reminded that we’d each leave a tear-jerking hole in this world if we weren’t born. But would we really?
This chapter of my life will officially be over. I’m leaving Asia, heading towards Peru.
That’s me in the official promo photo (which is unofficially being posted by me).
. Website reviews warn visitors not to go to visit after eating, as you may lose your lunch. Well, I’m happy to announce that I kept my bananas.