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Australia Through Pictures - Tasmania

By M J - Friday, March 18, 2016

Tasmania is named after Dutch explorer Abel Tasman, who made the first reported European sighting of the island on 24 November 1642. Tasman named the island "Anthony van Diemen's Land" after his sponsor Anthony van Diemen, the Governor of the Dutch East Indies. The name was later shortened to Van Diemen's Land by the British. It was officially renamed Tasmania in honour of its first European discoverer on 1 January 1856.  Read More

Peru Through Pictures - Peruvian Cuisine

By M J - Sunday, March 08, 2015

As with any art, Peruvian cuisine exists because it pleases the senses. It is the most distinctive trait in Peruvian culture since it clearly represents the mixture that characterizes its originality. Influences from the Andes, Spain, Africa, China, Italy and Japan converge in the hundreds of dishes that is Peruvian national menu and transformed by creative hands into savory concoctions in towns and cities nationwide.  Read More

Peru Through Pictures - The Doors

By M J - Sunday, November 23, 2014

Between 1532 and 1821 the colonial period left magnificent artistic testimonies all over Peru. One of them include architecture and its doors.  Read More

Peru Through Pictures - Beaches of Piura, Northern Peru

By M J - Saturday, November 08, 2014

The Peruvian North is overflowing with nature and as a consequence, the delight that it gives – from quiet beaches stretching to the horizon to thick mangroves -belts out a hymn to diversity. If you find yourself lucky enough to travel by land along the coastline from Piura to Tumbes, you will not be able to escape losing yourself in the enchantment of the most beautiful of Peru’s coastal waters.  Read More