Margarine Balls for Breakfast in Cuzco
Commentary, Food Culture

Two Questions in a Cuzco Café

The sun shines brightly amidst intermittent clouds. The rains have ended and Cuzco’s bright dry season has begun This really … 0 1054
Working Mother and Her Daughters
Customs

Mothers Day in Cuzco

It is May and it is the month of the Mother, even if events focus only on one day. Considered … 0 966
Lawa Soup
Recipes, Traditional Food

Corn Lawa, A Delicious Cuzco Tradition

Corn, as we well know, has been the most important crop in the Andes since the time of the Incas. From it are derived many products, such as humintas, sweet corn pie (pastel de choclo), and many others that are very important in the diet of the Andes. The city of Cuzco offers a great variety of typical dishes with a lot of tradition. One amazing treat it offers is the traditional soup called lawa de maiz also called crema de maiz. In Quechua it is called sara lawa. A creamy, thin gruel of corn the soup has substance and yet is light. This soup is consumed with great frequency in the city of Cuzco, especially given the importance of corn production here.0 1672
Vegetarian Food at Govinda Lila
Restaurants

Vegetarian Food Grows in Cuzco

Vegetarian food is claiming more and more recognition in Cuzco. As evidence of this, you can find in the colonial … 0 870
Huaca Mesa Redonda
Customs, Cuzco Neighborhoods

Machus and How Cuzco Relates to Its Past

A city that pours out from the hillside on which the great fortress-temple Sacsayhuaman lies like a massive serpent to … 0 1164

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Literature

Boarding a Taxi (David Knowlton)

There Were No Pumas Up There, A Taxi Tale

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Inca Garcilaso de la Vega

The Multiple Spanishes of Cusco

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A Book of Stories Coming Soon

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Sunset in Cusco (Walter Coraza Morveli)
Cultura, history, tourism, Travel

History and Information About Cusco

Important points of the history of Cusco starting from the Plaza de Armas. In Inca times, what is today the … 0 4113
Huaca Mesa Redonda (Photo: Wayra)
Archeology, Culture, history

Mama Qaqa or better known as ‘Mother Stone’

Mama Qaqa or better known as ‘Mother Stone’ is present among the wak’as (or huaca. A wak’a (Quechua) is an … 0 1927
Guaman Poma, Observing the Sun
history

PUCUY SUCANCA AND CHIRAO SUCANCA, INCA SOLAR OBSERVATION

One of the most important problems of astronomy and Inca calendar involves an evaluation of the identities and role of … 1 1857
Llamas y ausangate (https://www.instagram.com/p/-U9BPqovH_/)
history

Llamas and their importance in the Andean World

Llamas are domestic animals from the Camelidae family and are common in the Peruvian Andes. It was a very important … 0 594
Customs, drinks, history, Intersections, Medicinals, tourism, Travel

Ayahuasca, A Plant with Demands, Challenges, and Changes

What if I told you there was a plant that could show your past, present, and future? A plant believed … 0 2906