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Classic Arroz Con Pollo Recipe

Arroz con Pollo is a staple on any Hispanic menu, although there are literally countless individual tricks and certain flair on the dish that varies depending on where the dish is being made, and by whom. “Arroz con Pollo” is, at it’s heart, a simple dish. Spanish for “rice with chicken”, that’s really all that has to be in the dish to be considered a… Read More

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Best Food In Lima Peru

Peru has a proud culinary culture that dates back centuries, but it’s only recently that Peruvian food has begun to gain the recognition it deserves internationally. When visiting the country, there’s no better place to sample the national cuisine than in its thriving capital city, Lima. Lima is a captivating place in many ways. It’s South America’s second-largest city by population, and was once… Read More

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Off The Beaten Path Destinations To Consider Visiting This Summer

We all know the likes of France, Brazil, England and the US offer tourists the chance to embark on the holiday of a lifetime. But what about those countries which often go overlooked? Today, we’re going to take a look at five underrated nations who’re worth checking out this summer.  French Guiana There’s a good chance you’ve never heard of French Guiana. While you… Read More

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Things To Do In Cusco

If you’re in Cusco, Peru, there’s another destination on your itinerary – Machu Picchu. However, you would be remiss in writing off Cusco as only a stop-over in your overall plans to climb the heights of Machu Picchu. Cusco is a casual, quaint, and charming city, full of wonder, history, and some of the kindest locals you could hope to find on your travels…. Read More

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Top 10 New Years Eve Destinations

One of the more interesting methods of travel is to take advantage of holiday travel – especially on New Year’s Eve. Given that the New Year is welcomed across the world over the scattered course of one night, it makes for a harmonious occasion to join others in hopefulness and positivity, while appreciating what has gone past and anticipate what is to come. As… Read More

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48 Hours in Medellín: A Guide to the City of Eternal Spring

Twenty-five years ago Colombia was teetering on the edge of failed statehood and Medellín, the Andean nation’s second-largest city was a narco war zone. This violence created a reputation that has long overshadowed the city’s history, vibrant culture, and absolutely stunning landscape. Only recently are international travelers discovering the gems hidden beneath the violence. These gems are making it hard for visitors to leave… Read More