Opinion

The Editors' Opinions Section is where our editors and writers air their personal views and opinions on literally everything that is going on in Lima and Peru. These opinions might be controversial, but you are welcome to jump in with your comments...

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Driving in Lima and Peru will be a very “interesting” experience if you are used to driving in North America or Europe.
Peru signed two Interamerican Conventions against racism and discrimination at the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington DC. Ana Rosa Valdivieso, the Peruvian Ambassador to the OAS, announced that she is pleased to have the opportunity to sign these conventions as “the fight against discrimination and protecting...

LimaEasy is back home!

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In 2006 we created LimaEasy just a few months after arriving in the Peruvian capital in a time when there wasn’t much detailed and especially up-to-date info in English about the city around. Within the following 8 years we made LimaEasy with lots of love and passion a household name and tremendous success with tourists, foreigners living in Per...

Lima - An Editor's View

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Lima today is no longer the wealthy, beautiful colonial settlement and most important city in the Americas like it used to be during colonial times; or the lovely capital of independent Peru with nice haciendas, fishing villages and lots of green surrounding it. Today Lima, with its over 9 million inhabitants, shantytowns and sometimes tatty fac...
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