Sylvia visits a home in Peru where a cat peacefully coexists with guinea pigs—much like the proverbial lion and lambs.
Sylvia shares a photo of some adobe bricks, an ancient construction element that is still commonly used in the Peruvian Andes.
Sylvia shares photos and memories of a visit to a one-room school high in the Andes.
Sylvia continues her hike through the Peruvian Andes and comes across a picturesque small town church that has an uncommon system of pest control.
Sylvia visits the colorful and interesting salt pans, wherein salt water from an underground well is diverted into pools, allowed to evaporate and the salt is then collected.
Sylvia encounters traditional farming techniques being used in planting potatoes in Peru's Sacred Valley
Land clearance has started, and bids are out to build a major airport in an area archaeologists and others say is too fragile and important to risk.
Peru's new national park along the Yaguas River aims at conserving a rich and endangered resource and the homes of indigenous peoples.
Peru's plan to open visitor access to more Inca cities may relieve Machu Picchu, or it may have unintended consequences.
Rising visitor numbers and a UNESCO warning push Peru to impose limits on visits.
Jonathan L got to visit 1000-year-old temples on a cruise stop in Trujillo, Peru
Jonathan L cruised in to Lima, Peru and spent some time visiting some of the local markets.
Now being excavated, this well-preserved Temple of the Moon was built by the Moche people between 100 and 900 AD.
Google's roving cameras take Street View to Machu Picchu—where there are no streets!
Gumbo was visiting the floating reed islands of Lake Titicaca , a large lake straddling Peru and Bolivia (the Peruvians like to say they got the "titi" part, while the Bolivians got the "caca"). It's the most voluminous lake...