74 results for lima

  • Overdue update From Lima, Peru!

    Hello from Lima, Peru! Greetings & hoping everyone is happy and healthy! Miro and I have been a little absent…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Street Art in Lima – Part 3

    Graffiti + Street Art = Culture Words and symbols are all around us. Sometimes they are part the environment but…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Goodbye Capital. Goodbye District of Flowers. And Goodbye to Our Wonderful Lima Family.

    After 8 ½ months we said goodbye to Lima, the beautiful capital we've called home. It was time, we appreciate…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • ‘Divercity’ and the Young Consumer in Lima [CRITICAL REVIEW]

    Programming a Consumer Start them young.  Brand engagement  is an essential necessity for any successful business. I know, I used…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Street Art in Lima – Part 2

    Graffiti + Street Art = Culture Words and symbols are all around us. Sometimes they are part the environment but they…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Street Art in Lima – Part 1

    Graffiti + Street Art = Culture Words and symbols are all around us. Sometimes they are part the environment but they…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Huaca Pucllana Ruins in Lima

    Ancient Ruins in the heart of Lima? When you think of Peru and ruins of course you think of the…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Bones of 25,000 Dead People Buried Under the City of Lima

    The Church & Catacombs at San Francisco Convent One sunny afternoon, Miro, Dave (from gobackpacking.com) and I met in the…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Magic Water in Lima

    Magico Circuito del Agua Written by Miro: The other day my mom and I went to the “Magico Circuito del…

    by Miro Sevin Siegel
  • Exploring the Bolivian desert, learning about nature on 3 day Uyuni Salt Flats tour

    Our three day excursion to visit Bolivia and particularly the Salar de Uyuni (Spanish for Salt enclosure) also known as…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Tiwanaku: A Center of Cultural and Political Significance Throughout the Ages

    Throughout time… The World Heritage Site describes Tiwanaku as the “Spiritual and Political Centre of the Tiwanaku Culture”. Today, much…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Finding Flavor, Organic Coffee of the Bolivian Forest

    Following our interests, a coffee-infused-worldschooling education It is no secret that Miro and I love coffee. Well, I love coffee…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Learning from the world – your backyard can be your classroom…

    We learn naturally and effortlessly from the world around us; a simple day to day experience can provide us with…

    by Lainie Liberti