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Los Balcones brings Peruvian cuisine with a mix of Spanish flavors to Studio City

At Los Balcones’ newly opened restaurant in Studio City, a fresh take on Peruvian cuisine is on the menu. Owner Jorge Rodriguez describes this fusion as an “elevated” melding of traditional Peruvian food with modern Spanish flavors that are now taking his native Peru by storm. “Everything here is very Peruvian,” he said, speaking by phone a few weeks into the restaurant’s opening near the heart of Tujunga Village. “It’s just done very creatively as we try to keep pace with the new ways of cookin...
Tags: Hollywood, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Peru, Pisco, Rodriguez, Vine Street, Studio City, Jorge Rodriguez, Brasa, Top Stories LADN, Restaurant Reviews + Food, De Longpre Avenue, Los Balcones, Tujunga Village


What is a translation consultant?

International (MNN) – Translation work, at a glance, might seem like a pretty simple job. Don’t you just translate, word for word, from one language to another? But in reality, it’s not that easy. Throw in words that have no equal in another language, cultural connotations, and different grammatical structure, and things get complicated pretty quickly. This is why the workers at Wycliffe Bible Translators are so diverse in their skillsets. And one job you may have never thought of within this...
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The spiciest cuisines in the world

The chile pepper is as divisive a food as there is. People can either handle the heat and enjoy the pain, or they avoid every bit of pepper like it’s the plague. The group of people in the middle know their limit and stick to the devil they know. When traveling abroad to a chile-pepper-loving country, however, you can be in for a fiery surprise. Every chile pepper — from China to Ethiopia to Peru and back — originally comes from Central and South America. The plant spread around the world dur...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, China, India, Africa, Thailand, South Africa, Chile, Ethiopia, Peru, Kenya, Jamaica, Mozambique, Caribbean, Karnataka, All


It's Time To Start Taking Baths Like A Grown-Up

There's only one reason to post a photo of a body of water — be it an ocean at sunset, a pool full of unicorn floats, or a bubbling bathtub — and that is to show that you are relaxing better than everyone else. What doesn't convey that you're having the most well-deserved and stylish pamper sesh of all time? Black grout between tiles, murky water, Summer's Eve wash in the corner...Ahead, the products you need to convince your friends you're soaking in a tub far fancier than the one in your pre...
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Unbearable stench: Giant sewage spill befouls Peru’s capital

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Amid an unbearable stench, thousands of workers, police and soldiers struggled Wednesday to contain and clean up a flood of sewage that has caused the government to declare a health emergency in one of the most populous parts of Peru’s capital. The foul flood was caused by a blockage in a […]
Tags: News, World, Nation, Peru, LIMA Peru


The U.S. Should Get Tough on Timber With Peru

A poorly enforced trade agreement continues to damage the environment and the economy.
Tags: News, United States, Peru, North American Free Trade Agreement, Logging Industry


Dakar Rally leader Al-Attiyah wins penultimate stage

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Nasser Al-Attiyah won the penultimate stage to extend his Dakar Rally lead to nearly an hour on Wednesday, and rider Toby Price finished with his main rivals to keep the motorbike lead in Peru. Once again, Al-Attiyah avoided the trouble his other rivals found on the 313-kilometer, four-hour loop in the […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Peru, Dakar, Toby Price, Nasser Al Attiyah, Al Attiyah, LIMA Peru


Bus singer gives voice to Venezuela’s growing diaspora

LIMA, Peru (AP) — A year ago, Venezuelan migrant Reymar Perdomo was singing for spare change on jammed buses, struggling to make ends meet while building a new life in Peru’s capital. But her life took a turn when she wrote a heartfelt reggae song about leaving her homeland that went viral on the internet […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Nation, Peru, Venezuela, LIMA Peru, Reymar Perdomo


Bear necessities: New study highlights importance of water resources for Andean bears

A new study highlights the importance of water for Andean bears living in the mountain forests of Peru. The study found that bears exhibit tree-rubbing behavior on shrubs and trees that are located on trails near water holes. The discovery that this behavior occurs near water holes could have implications for future conservation programs.
Tags: Science, Peru


Financial Case Study: Rosemary and Claire – Authentic Food Quest

This post Financial Case Study: Rosemary and Claire – Authentic Food Quest appeared first on The Professional Hobo. Rosemary and Claire are co-founders of Authentic Food Quest. Their goal is to inspire you to travel through food and explore the local flavors. They believe travelers can have deeper connections with a destination and people by opening up to the local tastes and flavors. And that’s exactly what they do themselves! Learn more about their slow travel lifestyle and related career her...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, France, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Portugal, Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, Lima, Financial Case Studies, Financial Case Study, Natalie Sisson


Travel News: January 15, 2019

Strict ticket policy introduced at Machu Picchu CNN It’s the spectacular Incan citadel in the Andes Mountain range that’s on everyone’s bucket list — but access to Machu Picchu is becoming more strictly regulated. New ticket rules were put in place starting January 1, 2019, limiting tourists to visiting at specifically scheduled times. Tickets are valid for up to four hours and re-entry is not usually allowed. Before, you booked for either a “morning” or “afternoon” slot. It’s no great surprise...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Peru, Houston, Faa, Southwest Airlines, Machu Picchu, Transportation Security Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, Southwest, News And Deals, Houston Airport, Abercrombie Kent, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, USA Today Southwest Airlines, Andes Mountain


10 surrealistic South American travel hotspots

Even after journeying to more than 110 countries, I continue to find that nothing has the potential to be as life-altering as a remarkable travel experience. Though we all learn and grow on every trip we take, occasionally there’s a truly unique moment, a special circumstance or a distinctive sight that changes a seemingly simple […] The post 10 surrealistic South American travel hotspots appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Colombia, Chile, Attractions, Brazil, Peru, South America, Ecuador, Bolivia, Regions, Going Out


Peru’s Salkantay Trek vs. the Inca Trail

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Tags: Travel, Hiking, Peru, South America, Adventure Travel, Travel Industry, Inca Trail, Trekking, Destination Reports, Travel Adventures, Cheap Latin America Travel, Peru Travel, Adventure Tours, Travel Adventure, Peru prices


How to Find a Safe Place to Smoke Weed During Your Travels

Without a doubt, weed is the most popular drug in the world after caffeine and alcohol. When you’re at home, you know where to get your marijuana. But, what about if you’re an avid traveler? How can you find a place to smoke weed legally when you’re traveling abroad? There are numerous countries with decriminalized marijuana use and legalized weed sales. Check out our list of safe places to smoke pot when you’re abroad. Let’s go! 1. Canada On October 17, 2018, Canada announced the legalizatio...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Colombia, Czech Republic, Canada, Italy, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Portugal, Switzerland, Belgium


‘The Car: Road to Revenge’ Isn’t Quite the Sequel You’re Expecting

(Welcome to DTV Descent, a series that explores the weird and wild world of direct-to-video sequels to theatrically released movies. In this edition, we take a road trip with a stylized sequel to a cult favorite horror flick.) Some sequels feel like no-brainers while others make no sense at all, and then you have something like The Car: Road to Revenge… which hits both of those extremes at ninety miles per hour. On the one hand, 1977’s The Car is a fun little horror romp about a killer car mowi...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Features, Bulgaria, Peru, Rainer, Brolin, James Brolin, Adam Ant, Ronny Cox, Michael Tabb, G J Echternkamp, Matt Yamashita, Featured Stories Sidebar, Elliot Silverstein, Lincoln Continental Mark III


The Ultimate Bucket List: The 8 Best Travel Tours in the World

Do you want to take a trip to a foreign country? If you never have, you should! Traveling abroad helps enhance your views and knowledge of the world. You’ll see amazing sights, meet amazing people, and overall have an unforgettable experience. But here’s the issue when traveling abroad – you’re a long way from home. Things are done differently in foreign countries. From social customs to attire to paying for goods and services, you’ll experience some bumps along the traveling road. That’s why a ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Mountains, China, Africa, Nepal, Morocco, Antarctica, Burma, Peru, Myanmar, South America, Vietnam, Madagascar, Machu Picchu, Hanoi


Guide to the beaches of Uruguay

Uruguay beguiles with iconic gauchos, South American cowboys, herding cattle on its grassy plains. It inspires with its progressive social policies, having beat out Canada as the first country to legalize recreational weed. But more than anything, Uruguay beckons with its miles of sand. From empty beaches framed by pine forests to sandy stretches filled with beautiful people and thumping music, Uruguay has a beach for every type of traveler. And summer in Uruguay is happening right now, so ge...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, White House, Canada, Atlantic, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, North America, Devil, Antarctic, El Faro, East, Punta del Este, Miami Beach


19 Places to Travel in 2019

It’s a new year, which means it’s time for fresh new perspectives! What better way to gather perspective than to travel the world? A chance to explore places and cultures, and meet people unlike yourself. At AirTreks, we believe that travel is the pathway to transformation. What does it take to get started on stepping out and into the world? A spark of curiosity, a willingness to step outside of your comfort zone, and a dose of inspiration. That last part is where we come in! We pinged our trave...
Tags: Travel, Asia, South Korea, Europe, Russia, Barcelona, Rome, Thailand, Unesco, Malaysia, Pakistan, Santiago, Chile, Morocco, Mexico City, Dubai


On Chic Footing: Understated Doormats from Colombia

Doormats are not the most glamorous category in the decor department. But a doormat is often the first thing that guests see upon entering a home (perhaps we would all do well to give it more thought?). Recently, we spotted some great versions that are made of fique, a natural, biodegradable fiber that’s similar to jute in feel. (Fique is traditionally used in Colombia and Peru to make coffee sacks, baskets, and shoes.) The doormats are designed by Giselle Hernandez, the founder of LA-based onli...
Tags: Books, La, Colombia, Peru, Hernandez, Madewell, Seashore, Doorways & Entryways, Garmentory, Santander Colombia, Product Discoveries, Door Mats, Doormats, Giselle Hernandez


Peru's attorney general resigns over corruption probe

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peru's attorney general has resigned following accusations that he hindered a corruption probe involving Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht.Pedro Chavarry sent a letter to Peru's chief prosecutors Tuesday saying... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Peru, LIMA Peru, Pedro Chavarry


Dakar Rally 2019: Sebastien Loeb fastest, Giniel de Villiers leads

Nine-time World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb set the pace through the second stage of the 2019 Dakar Rally in Peru, as Toyota's Giniel de Villiers took the overall lead
Tags: Sport, Peru, Toyota, Dakar, Sebastien Loeb, Autosport, Giniel de Villiers


Argentina’s Molinos Agro buys 33% of competitor Patagonia Bioenergia

In Argentina, Platts reports that Molinos Agro has bought a 33% stake in Patagonia Bioenergia likely in order to help it finance expansion from its current 250,000 mt/year of production capacity. Local press reports that Molinos Agro has been working with the company since 2011, including providing financing and know-how. Both companies have biodiesel facilities located in the San Lorenza are of Santa Fe, the key soybean and biodiesel region. The move comes amidst challenges in the industry with...
Tags: Europe, US, Argentina, Peru, Producer News, Santa Fe, Molinos Agro, Argentina Platts, Patagonia Bioenergia, San Lorenza


Peru bars entry to Maduro, Venezuela government

Peru announced Monday it was barring entry to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his cabinet, increasing pressure on the socialist leader days ahead of his second-term inauguration. The move announced by Peru's Foreign Minister Nestor Popolizio followed a decision Friday by 12 Latin American countries and Canada not to grant recognition to Maduro's hardline government following his controversial re-election in May.
Tags: News, Canada, Peru, Nicolás Maduro, Maduro, Nestor Popolizio, Maduro Venezuela


Story about eccentric meteorite hunters in search of a Peruvian meteorite

Joshua Bearman has long been one of my favorite journalists (he wrote the Wired story that was adapted as the movie Argo, and a profile of the super weird software mogul John McAfee). He's got a new, longform Wired story called "The Mad Scramble to Claim the World's Most Coveted Meteorite" and it's about the eccentric teams of people who look for meteorites in general, and a meteorite that landed in Peru in particular. Excerpt: On the far side of the bridge, they came to a battered border contr...
Tags: Post, News, Army, Peru, Farmer, John Mcafee, Robert Haag, Joshua Bearman, Adventure Stories


Dune raider Loeb eyes Dakar title

Lima (AFP) – Sebastien Loeb may never get a better opportunity to win the Dakar Rally but the French driver admits the sand dunes of Peru will present a very different challenge to the mud,... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Peru, Lima, Afp, Dakar, Loeb, Sebastien Loeb


USGS: Magnitude 6.8 quake shakes remote part of west Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A powerful earthquake has shaken western Brazil near its border with Peru, affecting a remote part of the Amazon rainforest. There were no immediate reports of damages. The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude-6.8 quake had an epicenter 55 miles (89 kilometers) west of Tarauaca, Brazil, and 204 miles (329 […]
Tags: Amazon, News, Ap, Nation, Brazil, Peru, Rio De Janeiro, Usgs, U S Geological Survey, Tarauaca Brazil




Lima Group countries say won't recognize new Maduro mandate

Foreign ministers from 12 Latin American countries and Canada said Friday their governments would not accept Nicolas Maduro as Venezuela's president when he is sworn in for a second six-year term next week. The 14-member Lima Group -- with the exception of Mexico -- said it would not grant recognition to Maduro's hardline socialist government, after meeting in the Peruvian capital to discuss ways to step up international pressure on the regime, which has presided over the oil-rich country's eco...
Tags: News, Mexico, Canada, Peru, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Maduro, Nestor Popolizio, Lima Group


Top US trade official takes aim at Peru in logging dispute

The top U.S. trade official has taken the first step toward potential sanctions on Peru for allegedly violating the environmental protections included in its free trade pact.
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Foreign powers weigh diplomatic moves on Venezuela’s crisis

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Diplomats from more than a dozen Latin American countries met in Peru on Friday to decide on ways to increase pressure against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo participated by video conference. The Lima Group’s meeting comes days before Maduro’s Jan. 10 inauguration to a second, six-year […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Peru, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, State, Maduro, LIMA Peru, Mike Pompeo, Lima Group