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Inside-Peru Newsletter, Issue #011 - Climbs, Canoes, Treks, Tours
September 27, 2010

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In the news and around Peru is what you'll find in this issue of our mag. There's lots of new informaton to look at!

Below, you'll find the latest questions, comments, news, and information on Peru that has recently been added to our site.

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Sep 26, 2010, Peruvian Food Recipes

Find all our Peruvian food recipes quickly - Here is the list, with headings for breakfast, main dishes, cookies, soups, etc.

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Sep 25, 2010, News Update for Peru - Cusco Airport closed

Peru water protests halt Cuzco flights
The Associated Press
CUZCO, Peru — Peruvian police say hundreds of student protesters toppled a perimeter wall at Cuzco's airport, prompting flight suspensions and ...


Tourism: Amazonian attractions
Financial Times
By Naomi Mapstone A spate of investment by five star hoteliers is boosting Peru's tourism offering for high-end travellers away from Machu Picchu, ...

The Guano Industry of Peru Geology.com
By Geology.com
The Guano Industry of Peru September 22, 2010 | BBC. Peru has long been the world's largest producer of guano. It is a renewable resource – mined seasonally – that is used mainly as a nitrogen-rich fertilizer. ...



Sep 25, 2010, Arroz Chaufa

Arroz Chaufa - Peruvian Seafood Rice with a Chinese touch! Recipes straight from the coast of Peru.

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Sep 25, 2010, What is the Capital of Peru?

The capital of Peru is Lima. For more information see the pages on this site on the capital of Peru, Lima, its weather, its food, and more

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Sep 25, 2010, What Language does Peru Speak?

What Language does Peru Speak? Latin American Spanish The official language in Peru is Spanish. The Spanish spoken in all of South and Central America

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Sep 25, 2010, Climate in Lima Peru

Lima Peru Climate - What is the climate in Lima, Peru? The climate in Lima Peru is just one of many different climate zones within a short distance of one another. To see what the climate is like in Lima year

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Sep 23, 2010, What is the climate in Peru?

I know the Andes run through the country, but it is also fairly long. Is it tropical in the north and a cold temperate climate in the south, or how does

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Sep 23, 2010, Traditional Peruvian Clothing

Traditional Peruvian Clothing - Clothing in Peru is richly steeped in tradition. Even in modern times, traditional customs are woven into the fabric of today. Here are some fascinating facts on Peruvian traditional clothing.

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Sep 21, 2010, News Update for Peru

Temporary Rail Service Halt to Machu Picchu

ABC NewsRail authorities say service to Peru's most popular tourist destination will be halted Tuesday and Wednesday because of the protests by peasants who fear ...

Earth Snapshot • Fires in Bolivia Blow Smoke Over Peru

By EOsnapFires in Bolivia continue to release thick clouds of smoke that hang in the air over Bolivia, Peru and Brazil in South America. Despite a brief respite from rains in the beginning of the month, many of the fires have begun burning again ...


Sep 20, 2010, News Update for Peru

Coca growers protest disrupts Peru power
BBC News
Coca farmers in Peru have briefly seized control of a power plant, taking workers hostage and affecting power supplies to a regional capital. ...


Peru seeks to revoke amnesty for past crimes | www.bullfax.com
By marketmaker
Peru's government Tuesday asked Congress to revoke a presidential decree that makes it difficult to prosecute crimes committed under Peru's dirty war, after an influential writer took a stand against it.President Alan Garcia drew heavy ...


PERU-BOLIVIA: Indigenous universities gain foothold
University World News
The first higher education institution for Peru's indigenous population, the Aymara, will soon become a reality. In May the Peruvian national congress' ...

Sep 20, 2010, Vacation South Africa

Vacation South AFrica - Whether you're looking for South Africa luxury travel, South Africa vacations off the beaten path, or family South Africa vacation packages, we have compiled a list that covers all of these areas..

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Sep 19, 2010, 4,000 year-old temples found in Peru

Lima, Sep 19 (IANS/EFE) Peruvian archaeologists have discovered two ceremonial temples believed to be buried since more than 4,000 years. The temples

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Sep 16, 2010, What is the difference between an alpaca and a llama?

Is it just the size

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Sep 16, 2010, In Peru's Amazon, traces of an advanced civilization

Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo, a University of Florida archaeologist, examines bits of ceramics found at a site in northeastern Peru. In Washington Post

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Sep 16, 2010, Big business clear winner in Peru's asparagus industry

Today's report on the human cost of Peru's burgeoning asparagus industry goes to the heart of the debate about development - aid policy continues to favour

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Here's some older posts you might have missed:


May 2, 2010, Rare Peruvian Jewelry from GRAZIELLA LAFFI Collection for Sale

These great pieces are just a few from a great collection by Penelope Knight, my (Davy Schneider of Inside-Peru) sister. She has many pieces still for

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May 2, 2010, Peruvian Jewelry

Peruvian jewelry today is available in a wide variety of beautiful styles and colors. The styles may reflect the rich heritage of Inca or Pre-Inca cultures. But the jewelry of Peru today goes beyond those limits in vibrant colors, shapes, and styles.

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May 1, 2010, Walking Peru and Jaguars Too!

The elusive jaguar is said to be one of the hardest animals in the world to spot. However, that doesn’t stop millions of people from trying to catch a

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May 1, 2010, Peru Attractions and Tours

To experience many Peru attractions, a tour is the best way to go. Now, we are offering a listing of many of the fine travel tour operators to Peru sights of your choice with a brief description of their services.

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Apr 30, 2010, Nazca Lines pretty incredible

Nazca Lines rating: 8.5/10 I would have to say really hard to imagine these without seeing them yourself. Pics don't show what it is really like. Some

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Apr 30, 2010, Rate the Nazca Lines

Rate the Nazca Lines: Share your impressions of the Nazca Lines and find out what other visitors have to say about the attractions. First-hand experiences and photos provide GREAT info about the Nazca area.

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Apr 30, 2010, Nazca Culture

Yhe Nazca Culture: At least 500 years before the appearance of the Inca Civilization in the Pacific countries of South America, the Nazca people built what has been named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; a monument impressive even on a world scale.

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Apr 29, 2010, Learn to Build a Website

Learn to build a website? Thousands of people just like you now have websites at the top of Google ranking for their area of buisness, their niche. Take a look right now at examples of what others have done and see how you can do it, too...

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Apr 29, 2010, Nazca Lines Peru

In 1995 UNESCO declared the Nazca Lines Peru a World Heritage Site. The largest of the Peru Nazca Line drawings are over 200 meters (660 feet) across. The Nazca Lines are on the Nazca Plateau, which stretches for more than 80 kilometers (50 miles) between the towns of Nazca and Palpa.

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Apr 27, 2010, Colca Canyon Peru Travel

Arequipa, Peru We used Arequipa, Peru as our base for some excursions and from there we set off to the Colca Canyon. The Colca Canyon The Canyon itself

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Apr 27, 2010, Cheap Hotels in Cusco Peru

Find the best cheap hotels in Cusco Peru. We do the research for you. You get an idea of what to expect when you get there! Reserve online at many of these hotels.

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Apr 26, 2010, Peruvian Food

Peruvian food has achieved fame through culinary magazines and travel magazines. Their efforts have certainly paid off. The Peruvians have perfected the preparation of many different kinds of foods including, but certainly not limited to all sorts of fishes and shellfish, duck, lamb, pork, hundreds of vegetables and many thick, rich sauces.

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Apr 25, 2010, Machu Picchu - The city of the Incas

Machu Picchu Peru - The city of the Incas - is possibly the most famous icon of the Inca world. It is located 80 km away from Cusco, which was the political

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Apr 25, 2010, Arequipa the White City

Arequipa is known as La Ciudad Blanca because many of its buildings are made from white volcanic rock found in the area. It is also surrounded by 3,

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Apr 25, 2010, Santa Catalina Monastery - Arequipa by Barry Brady

Santa Catalina Monastery - Arequipa, Peru One of the biggest architectural and historical sites in Arequipa is the Santa Catalina Monastery or Monasteria

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