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  • 'Milk Of Sorrow' At Atheneum

    'Milk Of Sorrow' At Atheneum
    Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art on Thursday, June 4, will hold its monthly First Thurdsay event, this time themed "Viva Peru" The evening starts at 5 and runs until 8 p.m. Music will be performed by Inca Son and Peru Folklore CT, Peruvian snacks will...
  • Peruvian mine protests prompt martial law in south

    Peruvian mine protests prompt martial law in south
    Peru: After more than two months of violence and protests over a copper-mining project known as Tia Maria, the government declared a state of emergency in Islay and has instituted martial law, including restricting freedom of movement and assembly in...
  • $1,550 Machu Picchu tour includes airfare

    $1,550 Machu Picchu tour includes airfare
    Journeyou has a deal on its Peru & Machu Picchu tour. It's priced as low as $1,550 per person double occupancy, which includes air from select cities. Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that came across our...
  • 4 ways to not trek the Inca Trail

    4 ways to not trek the Inca Trail
    The Inca Trail attracts a lot of trekkers to Peru, but the route, which is most famously linked to Machu Picchu, is far from the only way to explore the rugged Andes Mountains. G Adventures, which specializes in modestly priced adventures worldwide, has...
  • Peru: Tour includes Machu Picchu, airfare from LAX

    Peru: Tour includes Machu Picchu, airfare from LAX
    Machu Picchu on your travel wish list? JourneYou is offering a six-day tour of Peru and Machu Picchu that includes airfare from Los Angeles. Highlights include a guided tour of Lima, a day on your own in Cuzco, a drive through the Urubamba Valley with...
  • Peru may resume shooting down suspected coke-smuggling planes

    Peru may resume shooting down suspected coke-smuggling planes
    An upsurge in illicit air shipments of cocaine to Bolivia has prompted neighboring Peru to consider resuming a policy of shooting down small aircraft suspected of ferrying the drug, authorities say. That policy resulted in the mistaken 2001 shoot-down...
  • Mountain climber Evan Klofach, 79, heads out on his 'last big adventure'

    Mountain climber Evan Klofach, 79, heads out on his 'last big adventure'
    While many retirees devote time to exercising, volunteering and spending time with family, Evan Klofach has managed to squeeze in another activity — visiting majestic mountain ranges. From the Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps to Alpamayo in the...
  • In Peru, Lima's Asian infusion is creating new respectability

     In Peru, Lima's Asian infusion is creating new respectability
    There is plenty of time spent gazing out the windows of cars in Lima, because getting around this city of 10 million requires an inordinate amount of patience (and earplugs, depending on how loud a car's horn is). As you pass the time, peering into dim...
  • Peruvian food gains popularity in Maryland

    Peruvian food gains popularity in Maryland
    Move over, tacos. See you later, pasta. When it comes to international dining, Peruvian food is what's hot these days — especially in Maryland. Earlier this year, the Huffington Post published a map of the United States showing which cuisine is...
  • Roundup: Madonna stingy with her Kahlo, a pyramid lost, a city found

    Roundup: Madonna stingy with her Kahlo, a pyramid lost, a city found
    Copyright laws in England ... green roofs in France ... destroyed pyramids in Peru ... Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera in Detroit ... the spiritual aspect of TED Talks .... grappling with zoning issues in Houston and Los Angeles. Here’s what we’...
  • Occidental Petroleum settles Peru pollution case

    Indigenous communities that sued Occidental Petroleum Corp. over contamination in Peru's northern Amazon have reached an out-of-court settlement in which the oil company will pay them an undisclosed sum. The amount is confidential, under a settlement...