Inca Trail: the road to Machu Picchu, a guide to millennia of history

By / 9th May, 2018 / Peru Resources / No Comments

A complex and historical place that runs more than 39 km in its extension; a road that houses a lot of enigmas that passed through the hands of its builders, the Incas; and it has been a long time since this route was a settlement to guide the enchanted city, and its legacy in time still prevails.

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Peruvian Pisco: the story behind the iconic national drink

By / 11th April, 2018 / Peru Resources / No Comments

Many years and colonies are those that date back to give life to pisco, extracted from various grape strains, including aromatic and non-aromatic, being until now a perfect drink for cocktails for its versatility in the mix and favorited worldwide.

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Peru: a way of offering to satisfy mother earth

By / 22nd March, 2018 / Peru Resources / No Comments

Since ancient times, civilizations and communities have established a unique link between the way of communicating with each of the aspects that compose the “fertile land”, and that her fertility depends on their beliefs, of the offerings that demonstrate the veneration to her.

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Waldorf Pedagogy: an educational system towards freedom of thought

By / 8th March, 2018 / Peru Resources / No Comments

Since 1919, the date on which the first school based on this methodology was founded and today has more than 1000 schools in the world, owe their beginnings to Rudolf Steiner: philosopher, educator, literary scholar, artist, theatrical author and esoteric and occultist social thinker; has managed to be a pillar for study for the Kusi Kawsay school in the city of Pisac, Peru.

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