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On View Mario Testino Returns to His Roots The famed fashion photographer Mario Testino has captured the most popular cultural icons, like the British royal family and Lady Gaga, and shot ad campaigns for the biggest names in fashion, like Gucci and
Getty Images As the plane draws closer to Cusco and slowly starts descending through the thick clouds, I get a sudden burst of excitement...Like most avid travellers, Machu Picchu has been on my bucket list since I knew it existed and Cusco is the
8 November 2013 0 View comments It is not every day that you are offered oxygen for dessert. But when you are travelling along one of the rooftops of the world heading into the high Andes, where the air is thin and the effects of altitude can be
The results shed new light on how early states evolved into empires in the region that became the Inca imperial heartland. The Dartmouth study is the first large-scale look at the settlement patterns and power of the Wari civilization, which
Peru lorry crash in Cusco kills dozens At least 52 people were killed when a lorry plunged 200m (650ft) off a road into a gorge in the Cusco region of south-eastern Peru, officials say. Most of those on board were travelling home from a religious
She was also aware that is some locations where there is poverty, that foreign travellers are often assumed to have money by virtue of the fact they are able to afford to travel and as such are often seen as easy targets. 'She was mindful not to draw
Zac Efron chose an interesting place to escape this month ... jetting off to the mountainous cocaine capital of the world ... but he wasn't there for the skiing. The above photos were snapped on September 11th in Peru, showing Efron smiling with fans.
As a teacher who lives in the world of education 10 months out of the year, I was fascinated by the completely different world of orthopedic medicine that I was privileged to live in for one week. The work was hard and the days were long, but the
Peru (AP) Every year thousands of faithful trek for seven hours up to the foot of Peru's Pachatusan mountain to pay homage to the Lord of Huanca an image of Jesus Christ, scourged and bleeding, that tradition says was painted in a cave 339 years ago.
31 August 2013 0 View comments Corrupt Peruvian police colluding with drug lords are suspected of being behind the women's doomed 1.5million smuggling bid. The Mail on Sunday has discovered that police have failed to contact either the travel agent