HIGHLIGHTS FROM ARCHIVES - 2017
BARRANCO, LIMA
Known as the romantic and bohemian quarter of Lima, Peru. An art lovers paradise and a foodie's headquarters. 

| WHERE TO SLEEP |
Hotel B- Check out our post at The Quarter of this absolutely amazing arts boutique hotel.

| WHERE TO EAT | 
Isolina Taberna
Cala
Osso - A bit farther our from Barranco but worth the Uber!
Maido - Finest of foods, world's 50 best restaurants and a gastronomical dream- Close to Barranco in the Miraflores District
Asrid & Gaston- Michelin star and delicious. Check out some of our pics from our Lima Food Post

| WHERE TO SHOP |
Dedalo *****
Las Pallas *****Check out our post on this one here.
Plantique/Puna
Artesanos Don Bosco

| WHERE TO ART | {There are so many independent galleries in this area my biggest recommendation is to simply GET LOST}
MATE- Museo Mario Testino
Museo Pedro De Osma
MAC

| LAS PALAS |
It's a home, a shop and a collection of artifacts that have been passionately curated.
Scottish owner, Marie Solari, came to Peru in 1966 where she began to learn about the native folk art of Peru from her mother in law. She has been collecting items throughout the years and said to us that markets are no longer the same as they used to be. Artisanal works have been diluted by mass produced product or the product has grown to an extravagant price to appeal to the luxury tourists.
When we met Mari by accidentally walking into her living room, she welcomed us and invited us in to look at the pieces she owned claiming that her collection is second best to those found at The National Museum of Lima. 
The items she sells range from affordable to a little higher than your regular budget, but they are unique, eclectic and something you would put proudly in your home.

| CUSCO, PERU |
A slightly looked over place when completing your ascent through the Sacred Valley, Cusco is totally worth the longer stop. Hidden markets, amazing characters, renovated boutique hotels and wild taxi drivers. Get lost in Cusco, Peru.