We visited LIMA, PERU for a week & this is what happened...

We visited LIMA, PERU for a week & this is what happened...

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What's, the theory news we're standing in front of the audio bus station right now and today we, are going to Peru. So. We decided to save a little bit of money by not checking any bags and, trying to stick to their 10 kilo, weight limit of a bag. And personal. Item and maybe. Even check the weight. Which. Was super surprising, to me we're in basic, economy which is the cheapest, possible and. That. Even includes alcoholic, beverages, so. Aeromexico. Or, aromantic, oh you know Miko. Does. Not try to make one dime here. On, our flight from, Mexico, City to Lima they offered us an upgrade or they offered for, us to pay for an upgrade to first-class so, we bid slightly. Higher than the lowest amount we could and. We got it at the last minute which also gives us access to this first-class, lounge this will be our first time ever, going. Into a lounge or. Flying first-class, butyl. Is to say. And. We're, like 99%, sure it is not allowed to record in there so if you see anything after this point. Might. Be illegal footage. How. You feelin good never. Heard this much room on. You. Know I have to say this is easily, the best airplane, we ever, had. 5:36. And we just arrived at Lima it's. Too early. And we're tired. Or. In South America ah. Smells. Good actually it's, like raining right now like misting. So. We, called, we got on Wi-Fi, on the airport Wi-Fi we call our uber up. Inside, while we had Wi-Fi and then came out to try to find him and we couldn't find the car we were looking for the license plate but, he actually came up to us walking. Just. Now he had to go buy some ticket, I don't know what that's about maybe it's pay for parking so. We're. Just waiting for him to come back. Blow. Tangerines. From, Lima Peru, we, are staying in the neighborhood, called Mita FLOTUS, which is right along the coast here in the, two days that we've been here so far one, of them was spent sleeping, because we had like about a 20, hour travel, day and we were completely exhausted.

For. Soaking, these views here and just, about to get coffee at this really cool cafe with, great views supposedly, and we know that because it's called Buenavista. Cafe. Good. For you cough it right off the bat some things that we're trying to acclimate too quickly, are, the differences in Spanish, from Mexico, to, where. The heck are we Peru. We're. Noticing it a lot in food so obviously there's lots of new dishes that we've never experienced. But even what, food is called like avocado, I walk out they in Mexico, is out. Here. There's so many foods of our different words so it's almost as if we're on another continent, or something. And. The other thing is currency, it is so nice in Peru oh yeah, people. Are gonna price this thing in its pesos don't make that mistake, so. My salad was twenty-two so lights and your breakfast was good -, oh yeah - twenty-three paces and that included espresso, juice. And the, plate and the. Best part of my breakfast, was without. A doubt the, view. Everyone. Raves about the food in Peru. No. Yeah. We. Haven't really had anything that's like original. To Peru, I'm sure the best is you have to go so. To get to know Lima a little better we're going to go with an expert someone is going to take us around on a bike tour of the neighborhoods. Flores and barranco two of the most popular ones and the ones that we wanted to see the most ready, to go. This. Island, right here behind me it's called San Lorenzo, but apparently there's sea lions and penguins there, I honestly. Thought penguins were just like a cold, water ice thing, Antarctica, yeah exactly, but. You, can put, on a wetsuit and jump. In the water and they'll swim up next to you but the water is very cold so that's why you need a wetsuit I imagine probably too cold for me. This. Behind. Me used to be, okay. Wow and they brought it here to be an accent, to this Park that's a long the ocean here and it. Was actually designed by, the same guy who designed, the Eiffel Tower Oh who's that. So. We just came from over, in this direction and, that is where meetup notices, then, we have this brand, new fridge that they're building to.

Basically. Make a friendship, between me and up notice and pattern, and cool neighborhood and the, bridge is going to be called Wednesday, the Lummi stands for. That reason we're, in Barranca right now which totally, reminds me of a lot of cities in Mexico it's. Yeah. Became super colorful office in it and look oh we just had. Our. Guide. Was telling us so the reason that this neighborhood is so much more colorful than the other ones is because in. But, it can often be grey outside, the weather very hazy foggy, so. In this neighborhood, they're, much, more artsy, and they're like we would add some color to our life and we want this to be a happy City. Thanks, all the colorful buildings and murals but its operate all the time in the summer it clears up a lot and. This. Haziness, goes away. We're. Standing in front of this very well-known, fridge called Quincy de los suspiros which. Means the Bridge of Sighs and, basically. What you're supposed to do is make a wish, hold your breath and get all the way across without, breathing without breathing okay let's do it all right, wish. Wish wish I wish. Your. Face is really red so you must have also not been breathing. So. We got this food that's very typical of Peru they're, like Peruvian, doughnuts helping to cut erroneous. And. Is this like honey on top or, syrup. Of something. Okay. Yeah, the syrup, was really, sweet the, outside is a bit crunchy, and like, kind. Of Airy soft, on the inside that's good. We. Had a great time on that bike tour I feel like we covered so, much ground in, Lima in saw, the various neighborhoods but, honestly. We really were just dipping our toes in the water of trying to get out there and explore this mysterious City we don't know much about and, now we were at this Japanese. Sushi. Place called Makoto, we were really wanting to try out something highly Peruvian. But there, is a lot of Japanese, and Chinese influence, within the city. So technically. It's. Unique. To here, in, a small way but our drinks that we got are very unique to here I got. A pisco, sour well like their version of music Oh sour and, you got what was it called the, sad case our so, it's like pisco. Sake, and like the sour the mixer. Someone tell them not a pisco sour pisco. Is made. From grapes, in this region, very, traditional, and it is a distilled. Liquor. Except. My sushi was 37. So lays and it, was excellent, outstanding, like some of the best you have ever had oh yes mister, mine was 49, Zola's for the 12 piece role and it had pretty much everything I did want a sushi shrimp, salmon avocado cucumber, egg, crab. Mix also, some of the best sushi hammerhead. Good. Morning, we are still in the miraflores, district, and we are at parque, del amor right. In front of this statue called, el vaso because, as you can see these two people are kissing so this is a very popular place for lovers to come surrounding. The whole thing are these tiles, that have love, quotes on them inspiration. Like. Yesterday it's much fog, here cloudy or misty, ER here. In Lima and that's pretty typical at this time of the year it's, summer in the northern hemisphere but, winter here, and so it kind of always has this like cloudy, foggy Ness and it, tends, to be about 60, to 70 degrees.

Fahrenheit, During, the day but. That means there are far less tourists. Are less travelers, here, oh and, also. The, plane tickets are cheaper so that's why we ended up here there was like a great. Like flash deal on iro Mexico, so, here we are I'm, really glad we did that biking, to her yesterday because, the. Day we got here the city just felt so, overwhelming. To me and, we were super exhausted from traveling, we didn't know what to do where to go but, one, restaurant, to go to because, it had traditional. Peruvian, barbecue, and then, we're trying to ask about food allergies and getting, blank looks and it was and. We ended up having to leave because there, was stuff with onion and stuff we, went somewhere else and we're, getting more blank looks when we said the Spanish that we're used to in Mexico and must sound pretty odd, here I guess because I don't. Know so yeah it seems really intimidating. But. After, being on the bike tour and seeing a bit. More of miraflores, and the, Barranco, district, it, seems a lot less intimidating today, and we actually have a plan of attack now right. Now we're headed to the third most popular, destination. In all, of Peru number, one being Machu Picchu, number, two the mountain, of seven colors and, three, the shopping mall vodka. Mater which is right, on the ocean, it's this what appears to be kind of a luxury shopping mall I don't know exactly what makes it so special that, it's the third most popular, but good, jada yeah let's go. So. This is my first time trying pisco, by itself apparently, this is a really nice brand Quattro gallos and you're not typically supposed to have it on its own because it's really strong, 45%. Alcohol or depression 40%, 40%, alcohol but just, for funsies. I'm going to have a little sip. So really strong, not. As sweet as I was expecting. Smooth. But. It does dissipate, you saying that it likes dissipates, in the back of your throat as you drink it kind, of warms up definitely, warming up I think I might be able to breathe the fire down so. This is something very traditional of, in Peru it's called chicha Morada it's a drink. Made with some. Berries cooking mostly performed it's, pretty sweet really good I like. It a lot he tried it once before and that was in Merida this is my second time I'll, be getting this every time. Que. Mas. So. One of the typical Peruvian, dishes that we got was called causa which, online is described, kind of like a casserole they, made it look in my opinion like a this big sushi roll kind of a deal and it's coated with this potato mixture really, creamy I honestly don't know what all was in the middle of besides like avocado. Oil. No. Chicken, yeah it was so good I'm definitely gonna try to murder that again it had so much flavor and just kind of a different texture and experience, and I and, you see with with that type of a dish yeah, and then we also got anticuchos. Which. Is, made. Of cow heart and. We've never had anything like that. Listen. As tender as I thought it was. Kind. Of beef, like if you, told me it was just beef meat I would have believed that I don't think I would order that again but, it was interesting to try yeah, I mean. I, said, yesterday that it was kind of underwhelmed, with the Peruvian food so far but, I have to say that after last night and today I. Love. This food. Bitch, or two because you're, like, we. Still have enough time to eat all food I want to eat. Thank. You so much for watching up to this point the video is not quite over yet but don't forget to subscribe to our channel to see our weekly travel, videos that we put out we, also wanted to take a moment to say thank you so much to everyone who went to tangerine, travels calm to, purchase some of our new, merchandise. I hate saying March, this. Is just one of the designs that are available and, it has made a smile ear to ear, to, see the pictures you guys have shared with us on social media of your shirts if you're interested in getting a shirt do not worry about the shipping pretty much anywhere, in the world it's gonna be about three dollars to ship it to you so can't get any better than that the thing I think is super cool about the Miraflores district, is, overlooking. These cliffs here they have this black netting that's, to cover up the rocks because. The rocks are falling on cars but, on top of the netting they have these vines growing into it some locations, are just totally. Covered fun, fact, Lima is actually, a desert, so all of these plants including, the, grass and probably, everything except, for native desert plants are all placed, here and they tried to pick low water plants so that they have drip. Systems, and they're not having to use the valuable, resource of water which is, very limited so with this cloudy weather this cloudy fogginess, I find myself being super, tired while we're here because it's just kind of like not, sunny, it hasn't been sunny this whole time so, we stopped in to a coffee shop called chefs cafe which is very close to Kennedy, Park another big attraction, here is that I got a double espresso with, whipped cream which is either going to be 9:00 or 10:00 it's fun every chair here, they, have like a lock, which, I imagine is too it's, not a lock this is like a buckle, to put your bag on so if you go can't steal it as easily something, people, said when we were coming here with us be careful watch your stuff all the time but.

I've, Accidentally. Left Germans, backpack open twice and both, times someone. Within seconds. Was like. Amigo. Tsumuji, de esta abierto like, your backpack is open so maybe, that is the case, closer to Centro that you have to be worried about that type of stuff or in other neighborhoods but. So, far it does seem like people are pretty helpful, and honest maybe trying to help that prevent. That from happening. Eat. My tiny cookie. We're. In this cool place right, in the middle of merida flores right now it's called Kennedy pardon, and one, thing that's super interesting about this part is there's stray. Cats all over the place. Today. So, perfect, de presa visit, it's literally hunting, right now. Oh it's. Gonna get it oh. My. Gosh. Every. Seeing count on to anything. Something. That seems very very, prevalent in, video, the, Lima is pocket. And traffic. And we've. Noticed this especially when we're trying to sleep, there's, tons of honking when, we're trying to walk when. We're just standing there when we're eating it's, all the time. So. It's really cool in, Miraflores. I think specifically, they have these middle. Median. Walking. Streets kind of deal but a particular. Reason why these walking streets are so incredibly, nice or on the malecon as well is because cars here do not stop. For you they will not stop for you you have to make eye contact you throw your hands up and do a little dance or something I would here on the tour though I swear. Our tour guides Ana's magic you would like hold it off. And. They stop but but. For, the impatient, drivers. They, will lay on, their, horn at you you, probably hear in the background right now like drivers just honk at everything including. You if you're even if you're running across the street but they want you to not be there it's like I don't. Know it's scary I wouldn't, want to drive here that's for sure over, from the airport. The. Attacks watching, this guy drive and he knew what he was doing. Today. We're headed from our Airbnb, in, miraflores, to the Barranco, district but we're gonna be walking around exploring, some of the colorful buildings and grabbing. Some lunch that. Was supposed to be a really, great restaurant there, we're, in our uber right now and, we picked Cooper X which was significantly. More expensive than goober pool it was two. Dollars and 70 cents for, what. I think is a 10-minute, ride so pretty. Affordable, lubbers, here. Teach, him what other. Que. NOS recomienda inference. Which a classical, is ceviche. Gravity. Arrow amino, Padron awesomest, in a pastel Cambodia to, each other Colorama, within. Each other. Okay. So. Everyone, raves, about the ceviche, and Lima, and this. Ceviche. That we got it looks like some. Fish and popcorn kernels. This. Is actually a popular snack as, like toasted, corn.

It's, My new favorite snack. Cheetos. Cheetos. Trying, to explain what keys are when you jet OSes not understood. Yeah. Many, words are different here especially in terms of food. The. Lemony sauce part, of this is awesome. All. Right that are try your new favorite snack oh. That. Is really good as expecting, over you're harder than that. There's. A crunch but it seems it's soft let's try some fish a little. Bit of it McPhee oh. Wow. That's. Really good, always, aborted ceviche, that. Was. People. Have told us that's the ceviche, and Purdue is like a must try and it's way different than you will probably ever tried and, I concur that was way different than any ceviche, ever like it doesn't have the. Cilantro and some, other like, tomato and they're things that we, typically find in a ceviche, in Mexico, but I'd eat that for every meal. Corn. That crunchy corn to. Get more of that somewhere, somehow this, place was called la. And. Five stars for me yeah, absolutely, now we are going deeper into the barranco neighborhood, to see with this bohemian artsy. Neighborhood is, all about. The. Neighborhood. All I, see here is Puebla. Mexico so, if we have any folk Lagos watching, what do you guys think does, this remind you of the city as well because the, architecture. The, building facades the colorful, buildings. And even some murals it just says revelatory, files on buildings buildings. Oh yeah, and, that ceviche was really good but I'm still hungry are you yeah. We wanted to share two plates there we ended up only sharing one because, everything. Was prepared with her allergy, or so. - so now, we're heading somewhere else to find some more clips. And grab. We. Are now here in a restaurant called Muyo beatnik displaced fish it has a lot of very traditional Peruvian. Dishes and, of course we're trying again a pisco, sour because that's another very, typical. Drink, from this area, they're, super good this time I'm very curious to see how the Kudus could be I got salsa they boil or in Manado I believe it was called sorry imagine causa and it comes to maria the avocado, usually, potato, mixture with egg and in this case chicken and lots of other ingredients but, it's almost, too beautiful to eat. Okay. That food was so good well, I got a fish fillet there and I my honestly didn't really like such, bad luck with, food here bad Jordan. I'm. So sorry I'm sorry. So. We are now here in this handicraft. Extravaganza. Called Inka market where there's lots of local Peruvian, crafts. Rose. Fabrics. Clothing. Which. Is like heaven for me because I love looking at the stuff in Mexico in here notice a lot of similarities, but not exactly, the same different, styles. Lots. Of numbness and I'll, focus super. Cute and lots. And lots of color. So. I got two of these very colorful, poufy ball things, which seem to be goofy ball things. Missing. Very typical, of Peru dough so we wanted something that reminds us of our trip here and this is what we picked because it's nice and light and five, surveys, each so, tend to so, we found this other Inca, market to walk around and we ended up buying a few things here we're, talking with the shop owner and as, time, has gone on during this week we find it easier and easier to talk with people and understand, them but, we do tend, to give ourselves away by, saying things like Monday, like what you didn't understand what he said she said Monday.

Which Is said, of Mexico hard to break you, know other places they might say something like coal but. I'm sure, people could tell right away because, so, many words are different here we've. Noticed though especially. With food food, ingredients, are called just totally different stuff. It. Is now Sunday, and we're in centro, historico. We're, getting. Some breakfast here before the changing, of the guards which is like a daily, tradition, they have it noon but. Every. Time we go to a restaurant just, because the food has been so so good here, we're. Like okay what other Peruvian, dishes, can we get so. I forgot, to record before I started digging in but I got trout with garlic, and yellow pepper sauce the, yellow pepper sauce you see a lot here and truck you see pretty commonly and you got it something. What's. It taste like, tangy, lime, salt, the, fishes like the super tender I'm not, used to that with ceviche like sometimes it can be kind of tough all. The fish we've tried even the shrimp is like super, soft I don't actually know what all is in the sauce but it's very similar to the tangy. Citrusy. Ceviche, sauce this. Particular, one has, some. Type of trout. I'm. Shrimp. The. Very large corn. Explosion. Of flavor every. New dish I like. Because. It. Looks like the central square of Peru has the, same design, that many, of the squares in Mexico have right, here you have the government's Palace right. Here's the cathedral and if, I had to guess either, this or this. Is. The house of the founders and that would make a lot of sense considering, there is a lot of Spanish influence here just like Mexico, so they would have designed this Emperor plazas the, same way so. In past videos if you've been following along you may, have noticed that around my eyes have been red and like maybe. Looking, tired looking and I've gotten a thousand, comments on this and, no. I'm not high no I'm not sick you, know I don't have allergies it's, just something, that's been going on with me as a skin condition I have that, gets worse when I eat more sugar and. I yeah. And I've been having more of that on this trip and it's gotten really bad in the last day so, if you're wondering what that is that's. What it is. Every. Single, day and it's not quite noon yet so they might do it earlier the matter. So. The band started playing at 11:30, and, it's. Like, 11:55. Right now and they're just finishing up it looks like so. We. Heard changing, of the gaurd happens at noon every day I don't, know for sure if this concert, happens every day but it seems like it. So. That was less, of a shift change in, more of an hour-long precession, involving a hundred people with music and choreography. Huge. Interesting. And. Crazy that that's every, day. And. We're, just walking around this the, downtown. Area, of Lima, and the architecture, is absolutely. Stunning. Just the detail, on the buildings. And you look down every, street and it's kind of like got a flat, facade, with, building after building after building err. Reminds me so much of downtown water and. Puebla but, obviously just, Spanish. Influence, this side, of the world this part of the world so, beautiful security. Came up to us and I thought they were going to tell us we couldn't film or something but, then they were just like welcoming, us saying, this is plaza, san martín and it's, named after don, jose san martín, who liberated Peru, in 1821. Take, a picture, like I don't know we, don't endorse this porridge, if you see these pictures. Thank. You guys so much for watching we, had such, an incredible time here in Lima honestly, I can't wait to come back again if. You did enjoy this video give it a thumbs up maybe share with a friend if you think they might like it as well subscribe. To our channel to see more travel vlogs we have coming up and, what. Were they. Oh. So. You were the first to be notified when we put out a new video and we will see you soon.

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We enjoyed our time in Lima and are now back in Mexico. Traveling is fun but it's nice to be back in a more familiar place. If you haven't been following our social media, we'll be coming at you soon from Mexico City!!

Wow its amazing how long you guys took to visit the cultural, economic and political heart of the country but good to hear you'll finally visit.

What, no coca leaf?

I'm so excited to catch a new video. Thank you for sharing your travels with us. Were you in Peru for the 8.0 earthquake? Did you see any damage, or was it in a remote area? The energy from the quake traveled North on the Pacific plate, causing thousands of small earthquakes in Ca. I guess that's a good thing to relieve pressure on the San Andreas fault. Anyway, keep up the great videos!!! ❤

Hey. Thanks for the upload. I'm going to Peru and Lima this summer. For 3 weeks. It makes me more comfortable now that i've seen all those good food and sightsee things. Have a good trip in Mexico! Greetings from The Netherlands.

28:42 Shrimp should never be soft... CRISP is fresh.

15:39 Never had cow heart? You've had hotdogs before right?

at 1:16 is that 3 suns or 3 moons??

This is crazy! So I’m going to Cancun next year and then for my next trip I was thinking of going to Peru and here you guys are in Peru!

But But, Did you two ever try the Lima beans :P I have had them and they are Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks so much for your video guys

Check out Cassa Ceviche in Playa Del Carmen, great pisco sour and some Peruvian ceviche :)


Perú looks beautiful and it's food soo tasty!! Greetings!! Great video!

Lol its winter time in Peru, I’ve always wanted to go there because my GF is from there but I always end up going to Mexico instead haha, I wouldn’t go to Lima, rather go to Cuzco ;)

and by the way membrillo is quince

Thanks, this was a great video. Traveling is all about learning. The differences between Spanish in Mexico vs the Spanish in Peru are not greater than the differences between American English and British English. I sure that you would be equally shocked if you travel to the UK and learn that eggplants are called aubergines and that zucchini or squash is called courgette.

Your video was awesome. I really enjoyed traveling to Peru through your camera lens. I give it a thumbs up

Wow you guys were in Peru you kept it low profile lol. I hope you had a great time and tried some their delicious dishes such as lomo soltado, seco de cordero, ceviche. Popular drinks Inka cola and chicha morada are my fav drinks from Peru. Love their gastronomy and Yes a bit different than Mexico, but is always good to try something new. Cheers

Very cool! Thank you so much.

The outer yellow wrap of the causa looks like polenta.

$6.58 for a drink? You can get cheaper cocktails in Las Vegas

Drinks in Lima were pretty expensive compared to other things.

Wow. I'd like to see you guys go to Spain.

Beautiful Peru, beautiful world, God. Greetings from Mexico.

Cats kill just about everything despite being cute.I believe that's why Australia is planning on culling hundreds of thousands of feral Cat's.

The price tags for the meals in restaurants are not cheap at all in Lima )

I ❤ watching your video's. They are so informational. Love seeing what you're eating. I'll get Laska is going to be happy your home. You know what I'd like to see? El Algodonez, molar city. I'd love to see a report of the different dentists and the like, as well as the"dental tourism" they offer.

Loved this video. Made me hungry. Looks like it is worth going to Lima for the food alone.

Loved the video. I've been to Lima and you are spot on about the diving and horn blowing Oh MY!!

I bet MAGA fools think Mexico doesn't even have airplanes. Let alone that they're better than the ones in the U.S

you guys are great, a nice travel team, thanks for sharing so much

So glad you guys had a good time in my birthplace, Lima. I enjoy watching your videos, you’re real fun and honest but respectful with your opinions. I do not miss the fog in Lima, but I sure do miss the food, now that you tried it you know why, haha

Great. Thanks for sharing

Jordan, Have you been tested for diabetes.

Yes, recently and it was negative

If you both had problems understanding Peruvian Spanish and finding it so different and with so many different words, wait until you go to Chile!!

i wish you guys can do a INDIA video

Have the cable TV networks started hitting you guys up yet to produce seasons of travel programs? I hope you're pitching that to them. Your videos are so good. Not to be presumptuous, but if you're not making some serious money at this, you should be.

I love

You can't compare Lima with architecture in Mexico. Balconies in Lima are unique in Latin America.

We saw some buildings with balconies that reminded us of Madrid, Spain. But there were so many parts of the city that reminded us of Puebla, Puebla, Mexico!

What is your opinion on white privilege? The reason they allowed you guys to go first class :(

We got to fly first class because we bid for and paid for the upgrade. I'm pretty sure the other 14 people in the first class cabin weren't white.

no car honking? Haha I commented to early. after 20mins u mentioned honking.

That's really our biggest and only major complaint about Lima. The never-ending honking is ABSURD!

Google translate??

It works to an extent but it was only so much help. Tons of words translated into the exact same thing which was pretty frustrating.

I so enjoyed visiting Baranco Brewing the original craft brewery in Perú

Buy buy to your chanel!!!!!

Buy! Buy! Tangerine Travels stock is appreciating!

How's the patatos?

I have eaten the "causas" and they are definitely a delicacy of the gods.


Hello Tangerines, you know fish or seafood the all come with some degree of mercury, yes mercury, watch out.

Awesome video so enjoyed it

Telcel does work in Peru. When you're in a prepaid plan you have to activate a special package before leaving Mexico to have access to better rates.

Thanks for letting us know. We'll do that next time!

casados, cansados, same thing.... LOL!

https://youtu.be/Wvm7xymgk_k with love...

Jordan-Glad you explained the skin condition. I noticed at one point you had a red mark on your neck. Was somewhat concerned.....

Saludo a nuestros hermanos de el bello pais de Peru y en especial tambien Lima Tangerines you guys are awesome gracias saludos desde Vallarta Jalisco Mexico

I'm in Oregon here! I am cracking up with your jacket wearing!! We would be in our bathing suits at 70 degrees! Hahahaha. Love your channel. ❤

Glad U did not stay too long. I actually worried about u guys doing that. I had a friend that came from Peru 25 years ago. He did not have much to say that was good about it.

I had no idea that they called them "Arvejas" instead of chicharos. I learned something new.

You went to the "Park of June 7th" on June 7th

@Tangerine Travels Thank you! Yes, I forgot you can also download all the maps previously. I was a bit concerned about contacting the Uber, but it will eventually work out like it did for you. Thanks again!

Such a coincidence! We actually went the whole time without cellular data - we just used WiFi and our downloaded google maps. They had a Claro booth at the airport but they wanted $49 USD + $10 activation charge for a week of service. $59 per phone seemed way too steep for us. I’m not sure what other options there might be in Lima.

Loved the video. Peru looks pretty cool - figuratively and literally. It also looks like you guys have picked up some new editing tricks. I've really enjoyed the progression of your videos over time. As for us, three weeks until we leave for Vietnam! - Scott

Awesome video!

My favorite travel couple!!!

Lima, Peru is a desert? I'm actually surprised. It does't seem to get that hot at all like in here in Phoenix. Edit: Well during their Summer time.

Only a week in Peru ?? I lived in Lima for a period of time and did not enjoy it at all. It has great food for sure but it is so disorganized.. You should have visited the jungle. I have just left there ,where I was living for the third time ..Now back in Mexico. Peru is a wonderful country but You realize the difference compared to Mexico ey...... Didn't you eat the BEST ceviche in Latin America ??

@patricia ramos what an absolute pointless comment.

Bringo Laselvapoto Peru is safer and not a narco country like Mexico IMPOSSIBLE to compare.

You need pictures of the foods you are allergic to on your phones with little skull and crossbones symbols or some sort of symbols for allergies.


I really love the adventures you both take us on, your down to earth explanations of the sights you see and the food you eat , and especially your opinions of it all is very helpful and entertaining. All the best to you both.

just came across your channel. Javier in Barranco they have some pretty good food but if you want some really good ceviche you should ask a local and get into the side streets of the lima area. that's where your going to get some really good food and cheap. restaurant El Bodegon is really good to. ive been to lima 3 times

According to ABC News retirees are flocking to Mexico https://www.abc15.com/news/region-central-southern-az/surge-in-baby-boomers-retiring-to-mexico

what is peruvian flake?

I’m not sure. Did you hear us say that during this video?

Beautiful vid. Thank you. so cool

Leche de Tigre looked SO good! Too bad I’m allergic to seafood :-(

Go to colombia visit bogota,melgar,la casita de alpina is nice and cheap

I recommend you guys going to Eco Truly Park Awesome yoga monastery. With eco buildings and organic farm ....

Do you have a income from a job or inherited money. If you work what do you do. You get an income from You Tube but that changes too much to count on it every month. Enjoy your Video

Great video, I have been wanting to visit there! Keep posting!

Sugar (any type) = inflammation (eye tissue) Corn = sugar

por que el cielo es grissss??

The skies clear up in the summer

It’s like that all winter in Lima from what we’re told.

Omgosh the architecture!!! I can see how you could feel so tired with all the fog and rain our sunny days in Puerto Morelos need to be apreciated! I swear I take it for granted!! Great video guys!! Laska says bring her some food from Peru! Love you guys and cant wait to see the Mexico City video!

We totally take our PM sunny days for granted! I mean, the humidity can suck sometimes but at least we can stay awake lol. Oh and I bet Laska is saying bring back some Peruvian food haha. She probably wants one of those Kennedy Park cats too haha. Miss you guys!!

You might be allergic to dairy. Water fasting heals everything.

okay awesome trip, so im bummed about the weather, when does all that go away? no wonder the trip we looked at in july was cheap, i dont want to leave here to foggy and cold, everything look beautiful and prices seem to be equal to mexico atleast for food..i have to rewatch and take notes of the names of food, im really nervous about going since you all speak way more spanish than my hubby and you found it difficult, we would be totally lost..we are looking at 3 weeks there. i would gain 10 pounds in that time with all the different foods to try...good job on video everything, thank you

We’re told it’s like that all winter in Lima and the skies clear up in the Peruvian summers (summer is opposite of the northern hemisphere)

Pisco sour: dangerous!

Best place to eat in South America.

hey you guys, are you aware, Trump Nazis are buying ads on your channel.

Robert Wright see you're brainwashed by the mainstream

Peru did not catch my eye at all but I love the Mexico blogs hopefully we can see a blog soon of colombia or brazil

Jessika Cardenas Brazil yes!. Colombia and Mexico both dangerous poor and violent countries. No thanks.

I'm jealous of all of y'alls travel, but what about traveling to London or Australia or Singapore? I'm glad Jordan is ok! I was also concerned about him. Safe travels and be careful out there!!! Don't just go anywhere. Not all spots are safe for tourists or Americans.

Thanks for a look at Peru. You two are really adventurous. We spent the weekend in North Chicago at our favorite place (Bob Chin's Crab house) where we ate all the Copper River Salmon we could. Soooooooooo good. Just love your videos.

28:56 the same thing happens to me sometimes, but with me remembering the word in English and striving to remember the Spanish word, haha.

Your Spanish is amazing! But what impresses me the most is how you guys escaped the rat race lifestyle and are living and working doing what you love. It is not easy to pack up and leave your country to start all over again somewhere else. Hats off to you Tangerine Travels ! :-)

Great content as always!

Did love the cats!

Something very oppressive about that place. Don't know if it's because it's overcast. Saw no liveliness or joy in community, minimal creativity or art and sorry food did not look appealing. Some of marketplace was colorful. Have no desire to go there

@patricia ramos ty Patricia

Di Garcia It is winter. But Lima is much fun .Lots to see and much safer than Mexico city.

oh my... Lima is so beautiful

Thank you! Curious about your Airbnb and cost...

Allergies - You should have pictures of the food you are allergic to on your phone to show people!!!

I think the coffee would be the best there and where I would spend my time when not walking around, I love the kitty park, the shops, the marching band,changing of the guard and the city scenery. I hope that Jordan gets better, Maddie please take care of him, I want to see more of your adventures. = )

Did he say “Chichi morada"

@Tangerine Travels I had to Google it, you know what chichi means in Mexico right? Now chicha changes everything.

If I did, I meant to say chicha morada

pronóstico del clima en Lima Perú para esta semana: Lunes: nublado Martes: nublado Miércoles: nublado Jue.....you got the picture LOL



It would make your videos more interesting if you videoed your interaction with the locals. Also, interesting that video shot on an overcast day makes everything somber instead of fun. I've noticed that Rick Steve's seldom ever films or visits anything on an overcast day, except maybe in Ireland (Of course Steve's budget is way higher). Where I'm living on the coast just south of San Diego the weather pattern is described as May Gray and June Gloom. The gray overcast sky just kills the fun level at the beach. Come this time next month in July when the sun is always out they'll be ten times the crowd and ten times as happy. And twenty time as good of footage.

Just saying, video shot on sunny days are better. And more than just that colors pop in sunlight and everybody is in a happier mood. Yeah, I know you got a deal on the flight. By the way how much did you pay versus high season (sunny) for the flight?

We were told that pretty much every day is like this in Peruvian winters and that you have to go during the summer if you want clear skies (winter in the northern hemisphere)

You got to remember mexico has many indigenous words

A really fascinating thing I would recommend is at some point to check out Spain. I've been to a few countries in Latin America and when I went to Spain it was fascinating to see the stark similarities but to specifically see where the style and architecture originated. I suggest this because you mentioned a few times in the video the similarities and differences between Mexico and Peru. (and if you do go to Spain I highly recommend the south of Spain (Andalusia) and the medium sized cities like Sevilla, Cordoba, Malaga, Grandad, etc). Also prepare to feel like you don't know a single bit of Spanish bc it's crazy different over there

Matthew is right on. During the colonial period cities in the Spanish part of the New World had to be designed like cities in Spain - the Spanish Crown required this. It was called the "Laws of the Indies".

Ceviche in Peru is waaay different then Mexican ceviche

It is! And personally...we prefer it. SO flavorful and tasty :)

And a Gong made on Peru yeah!! One for the book

Absolutely! Can't wait until we can add some more countries to our GONG list :) haha

Lucuma ice cream is real good. Taste wise like nothing else you have ever tried in your life no comparison.

Lol! “Es peor ahora porque estamos casados” (the guy was like, wow that bad?) lol

Tangerine Travels very true!!

“It’s worse now ‘cause we’re married... I mean, tired!”

At least I corrected myself. 20 hours of travel =

Love you guys!!!

Wait!! I thought you guys were moving to Peru

@Tangerine Travels yeah. I followed you in every video...i remember that..thank you for sharing this flash trip to Peru

We never meant for it to come across like that! In fact, in a recent video we mentioned that we signed a year lease in Mexico. It’ll be our home for a long time :)

Too bad you only scratched the surface of Peruvian food because it is so diverse and delicious. There are now many 5-star restaurants in the city (most require reservations way in advance)

One week was definitely not enough to try all the Peruvian food we wanted to!

My father is Peruvian and he was raised in Lima so I'm familiar with the city because we traveled there three times. The city has indeed progressed as has Peru as a whole but it is still decades behind Mexico in almost every aspect. Lima is chaotic and dusty and as far as I'm concerned also not very lively. Peru in general and Lima are very conservative, staid societies. As for the food, I love Peruvian food because I was raised on it in California, especially homemade anticuchos but Peruvian food in general lacks the variety of Mexican cuisine due to a much smaller and less diverse geography. I enjoyed this video because it brought back many memories!


@patricia ramos ​ I've tried peruvian food as well. But mexico isnt just tacos, but if you didnt like the food then thats a different story lol. In every state of Mexico they have their own dish. You just need to travel more lol. You probably went to olvera street in L.A lol. Greetings

@patricia ramos calmada patricia México tiene miles de variedades de comidas, postres, dulces y antojitos. Y cada estado varía de varias comidas, es como si fuera un país cada estado. Por miles de variedades de comidas. La gente de latinoamérica, sólo conoce lo más común, que son tacos, y por supuesto quesadillas, pero no ardas en celos, nuestra gastronomía es más variada que cualquier país del mundo. Y no es presunción es definición.

I"m half Perruvian and we eat polladas everyday....Que paaaaaase el desgarciadooo!!

uzarate I am sorry to hear you are from the left coast. California is ruled by a non tolerant mob who tell you diversity is good except for diversity of thoughts. Drones!

uzarate Your Father is a famous Rapist.......Right?

@patricia ramos

@patricia ramos You need to travel more, Mexico is good food too, but unfortunately Peru is behind of everything, Mexico has a lot diversity of food that you don't know, it's not only tacos o quesadillas?

@patricia ramos What are you talking about? Probably you need to travel more instead of writing comments like this

ABEL OROZCO Much better than eating tacos every day?

@patricia ramos much much much than Polladas & Arroz caucho??

@patricia ramos with that kind of commentary I highly doubt you've traveled far from your comfort zone

uzarate You are completely wrong . Peru is much much much more diverse than Mexico so its food too that's why it's considered the best in LATAM. Mexicsn food is tacos quesadillas? similar things and some other. While visiting CDMX we couldn't even eat. The food was awful.

Amigos,I love your videos all the time,I love you guys so much,see you soon in Mexico

My partner and I really enjoy your energy!! So happy with your success on monetizing your your adventures, you have such wonderful things ahead!! Love

We just learned that food in different Spanish speaking countries has different names as well. We lived in Argentina and when we were in Mexico City last week we tried to order french fries the Argentine way "papas fritas" and they looked at us like we were crazy (apparently it's "papas francés") and "agua con gas" is agua minerales", and I'm sure there's more we will learn when we move down to Mazatlán next December.

A big part of the vocabulary differences between the different Latin American countries has to do with the original languages spoken in those regions before colonization. In Mexico the dominant language was Nahuatl and to a lesser extent in the south Mayan. So most words for foods, plants and animals endemic to the New World come from those languages in Mexico save for a few words that are really local and come from one of the lesser known local languages. In Peru the dominant language was Quechua if I'm not mistaken, so their words for some of the same things probably come from that language. The core Spanish is the same but eventually the differences really begin to standout. And that's not taking into account the regionalisms and popular sayings. A general rule of thumb is that as long as you stick to formal or proper textbook Spanish and avoid slang you should be fine.

@Kasia Kochanowska How do i buy property in playa del carmen? Tired of the states as well...all work 24 7....

@Tangerine Travels Again, MANY thanks for this helpful reply. Yes, it is the same here in Seattle. Public Transit buses do not have potties, but inter-city transport can and will.

@Tangerine Travels Thank you very kindly for this helpful reply to my query. SO few people reply here on YT. It can be rather frustrating.


@Brian Tracy Soft was the wrong word to describe it.

@Pandora Sullivan No, that happened a week or 2 before we got there and it happened in northern Peru so Lima wasn't affected.

For detail on temples and lovely carvings, go here in India: https://brewminate.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/072618-24-Medieval-Middle-Ages-India-Architecture-Art-History-Religion.jpg

@RedSpiralHand I had coca leaf tea on our final night but we didn't film that dinner. ~Jordan

@If I want your opinion, I will give it to you! On buses from one city to another with a bus company, yes they typically do. Public transport buses won't have bathrooms.

@If I want your opinion, I will give it to you! I think the first flight was 2.5 hours and the 2nd was about 5.5.

About your skin, I was going to say that those marks on your neck look like bed bug bites!

Here is when our Andrew Zimmern filmed in Lima for his foods show(s): https://www.livinginperu.com/andrew-zimmern-of-bizarre-foods-filming-in-lima-peru-102035-2/

Despite the fog, it is still quite temperate there, with highs in the 70'sF. Not too shabby for the dead of winter, down there.

How long was your flight from Cancun to mexico City? Then, how long was your flight from Mexico City to Lima, please?

Question: Do the buses in Mexico, have bathrooms on them?

Glad you enjoyed your trip :') My boyfriend actually lives in CDMX, and I should be going there soon(Coyoacán, can't wait) I love your videos, and I hope you have fun with your trip a la Ciudad de México

Leche de Tigre the shrimp is marinated like ceviche prior to preparing the final plate. The shrimp turns tender in about four ours of marination.

Mexico is a very Americanized country. Peru, on the other hand, is one of the real deals if you want the hispanic experience. The language is very similar between all South American countries, even Panama and Costa Rica. I am saying language, not accents. Nicaragua is where everything changes, and parts of Nicaragua, Honduras, Salvador, and Guatemala are pretty much the same regarding language and culture. Again, I am saying language, not accent. Mexico and Peru are very different, I am glad you made a video on that. By the way, pea in South America is alverja.

Why go to expensive Europe when there's a world to explore in South America for less money...

This is an example when people don’t know what to eat or how to eat in Perú. They did not try lomo saltado Cau cau. Seco de res estofado erc etc etc I am Peruvian and not will eat on this places the portions are microscopic and not the real food super scammers sorry

Miraflores is the best place to stay in Lima because it was always an upper class neighborhood, and it has developed to a place to welcome foreigners. Be very careful with the food outside of Miraflores because their standards are not as high. Peruanos are wonderful and friendly people and their food is up and coming; they are really trying hard to be one of the best food destinations in the world, but be wary of food places outside of the touristy areas.

I visited Lima/Peru a few times 25 years ago. Lovely to see how it has evolved, the foggy weather is not nice, but despite that your video had great energy. I had some weird, yet unforgettable experiences in Miraflores, different times in those days

In.peru they eat cats

Mr Uzarate this video shows a visit to Lima Peru. What does mexico have to do here?? Before your comment a peruvian hadn't mentioned anything about peruvian gastronomy. Peruvian people don't comment videos about your country. THE BIG PROBLEM WITH SOME MEXICANS IS THAT YOU FEEL YOU ARE THE BEST IN LATIN AMERICA AND WHENEVER YOU FEEL THAN IN SOME AREAS YOU ARE NOT YOU START BEHAVING THIS WAY. AN ADVICE : Your country has serious problems to solve instead of arguing with Argentinos about football with Peruvians about food or Brazilians if your cities are better. You are ridiculous losing time defending a stupid chauvinism.

I was in Lima (Miraflores) 6 months ago & also had a meal at Mangos restaurant among others at Larcomar. When we saw the change of the palace guard it was played to Ravel's Bolero which was amazing, very emotive...

In peru eating cats and big rats .

There’s nothing quite like the aroma at the Lima airport

WHAT ARE THOSE 3 LIGHTS AT min, 1:20 ???

Jordan is so ridiculous lol. Those are some lights reflecting from the inside of the airport.

The Earth's 3 moons. Lol

The causa that's not the real way it should be serve.... Hopefully the flavor was the same.

@Tangerine Travels la causa. Typically it's one layer of the "mashed potatoes" one layer on the chicken or fish. Which ever u wanna use and then another layer of the mashed potatoes again. And u can pour Mayo or the olive sauce. http://blog.redbus.pe/gastronomia/origen-causa-limena-plato-tipico-peruano/amp/

Which time that we are it was it not the typical way?

Excellent information,

Thank you. Now I don't want or need to go to Lima.


Here about skin and sugar! Dr Ron https://stackedskincare.com/blogs/news/how-sugar-affects-your-skin/

Finally, you went to another country. Perú is what i expected. I liked the food in there :) Hope you visit other places of South America

We hope so too! Thanks for watching

Welcome back to Mexico, Güeritos.

What happened to your skin? Allergies from the peruvian food?

I talk about it toward the end of the video.

That crunchy corn is called Canchas and you can buy it in any Latino grocery store in the US. I have not seen it here in Mexico, but I have not really been looking for it. Take a big, heavy pan that distributes heat well. Add oil, heat until the oil is moving. Dump the canchas in the pan (You might want to blow some of the chaff off first), and shake the pan almost continuously. When the popping slows down to like one or two pops every ten seconds, it's done.

So cool!!

A bike tour is honestly one of the best things you can do in any new city. We ALWAYS do one anywhere its offered.

Uuuuyyyy que ganas de visitar Perú otra vez !!! Saludos a los hermanos peruanos desde

Good clip - thanks for the heads up on sugar, something I need to watch.

Nice too see you guys in Peru. Wonderful experience. Thanks for sharing

I love the video of your trip to Peru. The flavors of Peruvian cuisine are delicious to me.

Thanks Anna! We love love love the food we tried there

The food looked so good! They do have the best ceviche there for sure.

Nice video. I really enjoyed it. The cities in Latin America were built and organized according to the Castilian model (Spain). The streets were laid out according to a perpendicular layout and in the center stood the Plaza de Armas or Plaza Mayor, which consisted of an open space where urban life developed and social, official and religious activities were manifested. On its sides were the administrative or official buildings and the Cathedral or church of the town. That is why you will find a lot of similarities in all colonial cities in Latin America (big plazas, big churches, big buildings, incredible architecture). Actually the architecture is very similar to any city in the south of Spain (Seville, for example). The good thing about all these colonial cities in Latin America is that they have been preserved and mantained throught the years. Greetings from Barcelona, Spain.

I love tangerine. Ty both of you are great

Watching your video reminds me the Tijuana-Ensenada Pacific coast line. Scenic Road specifically. Also it looks like Lima has the same mild weather of the coast line corridor Southern California - Ensenada. Peruvian cuisine is very famous. With its Chinese-Japanese-Native influence.

Wow! I think this is one of my favorite videos you have done. Corn has one of the highest sugar contents of any fruit (the seed of any plant is fruit) so stay away from it since you are sensetive to sugar. You might be diabetic. Have you been to Colombia yet? I think you would like it.

@Tangerine Travels no problemo. You're welcome.

@Tangerine Travels so he's a grape and will turn into a fine wine eventually. Sorry, don't know what got into me. Anyway, I remember they use sulfa drugs for candida. I hope you two both stay healthy and happy. I will keep an eye out for your trip to Colombia. I have been watching a lot of vids on houses there. Love them and the country is absolutely gorgeous.

P.S. thank you! Where are my manners, I forgot to say that

Jordan was recently tested for many things, including diabetes and that’s not an issue right now. We think it’s due to candida overgrowth, which is a yeast that feeds on sugar. In any case, carbs and sugar are definitely something we’ll be keeping in moderation for a while. So far, haven’t been to Columbia but it’s high on our list of countries to visit next!

When you were asked, while in Peru, where you were from, as I expect it happened all the time, did you say Mexico or the US? Just curious.

We said we’ve been living in Mexico for over a year but we’re from the US

Please JORDAN try their LOMILLO SALTEADO (BEEF). It's amazing!!!

We tried that off camera one day and it was so flavorful! Loved it

CHICHAROS ARE green peas!

Exactly! Always an adventure :)

So funny... culture... culture... culture... glad you had so much fun!

Yes they are. That’s just not the word they use for peas in Peru ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

PLEASE PLEASELEASE, be VERY VERY VERY careful with pickpockets specially in Centro histórico. Business owners are very concerned and they keep telling their customers. Never ever keep your bags opened like that.

Thanks for visiting my Perou!!!!! I love Allacas they are so fancy looking aren't they?

It looks all rainy, Foggy, it looks beautiful just a little depressing for my taste. It’s winter time in South America right now.

It was a bit on the gloomy/depressing side but we still had a great time :)

They use formal Spanish in S America.

This is my reply to a patricia ramos and her comment substantiates what my Peruvian father would always say. I truly like Peru and I grew up eating Peruvian food and it is delicious and it is half of my heritage but the one thing I truly dislike about Peruvians is this obsession that they have regarding their food...they have convinced themselves that it is unquestionably the best thing on the planet and do not like to be questioned on it especially when it comes to Mexican cuisine which has been deemed a world heritage cuisine by UNESCO: I was born and raised in southern California. My deceased father was Peruvian and my mother is Mexican. My father served in the Peruvian military and if you wish to see a picture of him look up a picture of President Nixon's visit to Peru and you will see my father in uniform as a guardian of the presidential palace when Nixon was received in Lima. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Latin American Studies and political science from the University of California and a Master's degree in Latin American history from the University of Texas here in Austin. I have been to Peru three times, including Lima, Cuzco and Iquitos. I was raised eating Peruvian food including anticuchos, ceviche, chupe, lomo saltado, papas a la huancaina because my Mexican mother learned how to cook them from my father and his family so I am very familiar with Peruvian food. Now, the reason my father left Peru and married a Mexican is because he would always say that Peru was a very closed and extremely nationalistic society and always bantering that everything Peruvian was always the best. He dreamed of marrying a Mexican due to growing up watching Mexican cinema as an adolescent. He admired how much more cosmopolitan and open Mexican society was and is, it's huge geography with coasts on the Pacific, the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and the Sea of Cortez. My father was a proud Peruvian but had the humility and the travel experience to say that no, Peruvian food is not the best in the world just because he was from Peru. Finally, as for your supposed trip to Mexico City where the only thing that you found to eat were tacos and quesadillas then either you didn't really travel to CDMX or you couldn't afford to eat anything else. Also Mexico City is not all of Mexico. Take a look at a map and compare the geographic size of Peru compared to Mexico and explain to us all how Peru is "much more diverse than Mexico" and please provide substantiation. Si deseas que que te traduzca mi comentario al castellano adelante patricia ramos pero no te recomiendo alegar con alguien con muchos mayores conocimientos y experiencias que la tuya.

uzarate You are the one who started mentioning peruvian gastronomy. Nobody from Peru had mentioned it here. You are a coward running away from Longo??? jajaja. Any complex with Americans?. Don't be stubborn. We don't consider anything about our food It is simply that peruvian food is recognized as the best in Latam. What is your problem with that? . Something important to mention is that the oldest civilization in America is Caral in Peru and with that comes more experience and knowledge too. Any complain about that?? . Your civilizations came later. Mexicans like you show real problems to assume you are just another country. YOU DON'T ACCEPT BRAZIL HAS BETTER CITIES THAN MEXICO OR THAT ARGENTINA'S cities are like Europe in South America. Sorry but your chauvinism blinds you. Your reality is sad. Instead of wasting time arguing with other countries. DO SOMETHING FOR YOUR COUNTRY. It is serious the problem you have there . Mexico has a lot of poverty. It is a country ruled by the narcos where violence. is something common. Corruption is part of the government. It is a narco country. Even in your famous beaches people are killed. How can you even mention Peru . Here we don't. have that terrible situation. I suppose you live in the USA and not in mexico where hell is part of every day life.

I give This video 5 little orange cars... I ejoy your video a lot... excelent

i was in Lima a few months ago and all i did was eat!

@Tangerine Travels did you know that Lima is the only city with 2 of the top 10 restaurants in the world??....next time ...

That’s all we wanted to do lol

You did no get it: Why Larco Mar "is so special"??? : because it is built IN THE CLIFF, the 3 levels in the rock towards the ocean.... How many of this kind you have visited in the world??

We said that before we went inside and checked it out. How can one know what makes anything special before actually experiencing it?

Thanks for another great video guys! Now I feel like I need to go to Peru. Anyone have suggestions for cheap flights, and good accommodation?

P.S. If you are new to Airbnb, you can get $40 off your first trip with our link https://www.airbnb.com/c/jordanr13785

AeroMexico had the cheap tickets for us this time and we found a great rental on Airbnb

very nice! you guys are usually more obsessive (in a cute way) about where you're staying...I'll just assume it was pleasing, and not worth documenting.

Jordan, have you had lyme test?

I held my breath with you. Hope that helped make your wishes come true.

We talked about going to Peru in a few videos leading up to our trip and posted tons of updates on Instagram and Facebook. :) We weren’t trying to keep it a secret. We LOVED the Peruvian food during our trip. Only wish we could have had the stomach space to eat more lol

@Tangerine Travels I HATE Google Translate. I've found a free app for a Spanish/English dictionary called Span!shD!ct (their website is www.spanishdict.com ). It is fantastic for providing and identifying words according to where they are used.

Tangerine Travels

Because its on the coast

@patricia ramos what an absolutely pointless comment.

Lima perú

You guys should should visit Parras De la Fuente is a very beautiful place

Estan bellos todos los lugares y comida de peru,thank

My daughter has been in Lima for two weeks now. She went to a dozen museums. The Metropolitan, and Art museum have 3D displays. The catacombs are also cool. She also went to the Grand National Theater of Lima to see the national ballet. Oh, she went paragliding by the Park of Love. Now, she is resting before going to Cusco, and Machu Picchu to see the Inti Raymi festivities. ... Sadly, she didn't have time to go to the Ballestas islands (AKA poor-man Galapagos). .. And yes, she complained about traffic.

I love this video. You both are wonderful. My girlfriend was born in Lima, Peru and grew up in Santiago Chile. The food is amazing. I'm Mexican American and never had Peruvian food until I got with her. I'm hooked Especially on the Ceviche. We both live in Las Vegas now.

lol if the first thing you eat in Perú are scrambled eggs and a salad of course it's going to be underwelming. Go to a food tour next time so you can try proper local food instead of jumping straight to beef heart.

It’s a wonder y’all ain’t going fat as a good sized pig

That was supposed to say biking. And Said with love. I really love and enjoy watching your videos.

Thanks for the great surprise, Lima?, I never knew it was so beautiful, food does look great. Now I want to go too.

You kids are total dorks... but in the best way. Great video! I'm headed to Peru next week but I feel like I'm already there.

AWESOME Upload my dear Maddie and Jordan, if ya guys didn't tell us that Lima is situated in desert land, we viewers wouldn't know that, with the fog and the vivid, vibrant green of the plants. And yeah, it makes total sense that ceviche would be better in Peru than over here, crunchy corn so yummy served with the ceviche, but do they have corn tortillas? And so COOL ya guys got fly in the lounge, first class all the way and jetsettin' it up! :D

Joe, you always make our day with your comments! ☺️ to answer your question about tortillas, were not sure actually! We didn’t have a single tortilla or tortilla chip while in Lima, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist of course. We hardly scratched the surface of typical Peruvian food in our week there—not enough stomach space lol!

I like miradlores peru,,,es bello , thank or showing peru

Check out Panchita and try the Cuyo (Guinea Pig)! You will not be disappointed. I travel to Peru extensively and I make a point to go at least once. Also, eat at the local market. Have fun!!

We went to Panchita (off camera) and it was amazing!!

Amazing video . Thanks you for visit Peru I am Peruvian from Australia

Do you know mancora beachs( North of PERÚ) Arequipa city ( South of PERÚ) Cusco city ( sacsayhuaman, machupicchu), Iquitos city ( It is next to Amazonas river ,forest) PERÚ

Ah man..u guys didn't try the comida chifa..one of the best tasting Chinese food this side of the world.

I know! We’re so sad we didn’t get to eat all the food we wanted to this week. Not enough stomach space lol

I love Peru, hate Lima. Also love aeromexico

Out of curiosity, why do you hate Lima?

Thanks, guys! Your video from Lima brought back many memories. I spent there two months exactly twenty years ago. I lived in Miraflores, and Barranco, Larcomar and parque Kennedy were my hangouts. They really spruced the city up. The whole country was awakening from a decades long economic doldrum and urban terrorism. Some places like Larcomar were very nice already, but barranco was pretty beaten up, although both were hives of activity. Once again... Thanks for the memories!


you're correct, we didn't have ceviche until our 2nd or 3rd day there.

Yeah your both lookin pretty rough


Another good one as usual amigos, a real adventure, almost looked like you were on another continent!

Wow! After the exchanges on here I can truly now appreciate my deceased father's perspective on his homeland Peru and I gotta say he was so right! God bless. : )

It took me around two months to acclimatise to the weather and atmosphere - before that I was feeling out of sorts and shitty, so I think it's a common ailment if you're not used to how it is in Peru. Ceviche y causa for the win!

Glad this video randomly came up in my feed as I'm doing 2 days in Lima on my way from Costa Rica to Bolivia!

Excellent video guys, one of your best I think !!! I'm surprised the Anticuchos were tough, I've prepared them myself here in the States and the meat is so so soft almost filet mignon soft, weird..

Maybe we got a bad batch?

I know, "mande" threw me off the first time I heard it. We say: como? perdon? que?.....no mandes lol.

And for us speaking English and learning Spanish, mande makes no sense either lol

green peas are arvejas. nice trip a little upscale for my taste, try next time to go more into not so fancy but really good places to eat.

Never leave your pocketbook or backpack open or unattended... because it will be gone within seconds! That’s why the local guy was informing you that your bag was open. Heed his warning. Also .. never ride in a car with the windows wide open... the thieves look for cars with tourists and will cross parkways and reach in through the window to steal your pocket book , backpack..anything m... even if there’s a window opening of 3 inches! If you do go back to Perú .. visit Ayacucho or Cusco ... that’s where you’ll see the real beauty of Peru .. its Andean people and the pre-Incan stonework, as in Cusco.

Thanks for the heads up!

I never heard of MITAflores... it’s called MiRAflores.

At least in Mexican Spanish, the R typically has a bit of a D sound which might make it sound like mita or mida

That was a great video! Back at home how much crime do you notice? How many Americans or English speaking people do you come across daily

Tangerine Travels do you miss living in Guadalajara compared to where you are now?

Tangerine Travels thank you for time responding

Thank you! We haven’t personally witnessed any crimes or been the victim of any but we do hear the occasional story of an attempted pickpocket or someone cutting the screen and snatching someone’s phone from their home. As for the number of English-speaking foreigners - there’s a lot where we currently live. When we lived in Guadalajara before this, English speaking foreigners weren’t too common but there were many English-speaking Mexicans.

Great video, thanks!!

Thanks for watching, Andrei!

A great video. We live in Phoenix, and Lima is on our list of summer escapes that are cooler. You guys are the best. Next YT channel: world food critics.

It definitely checks off the boxes for cooler and less sun! We never had to worry about getting burned, which is not the case in Phoenix during the summer lol. ;)

The way to enjoy Peru it is through markets fairs and those little restaurants that have and keep Peruvian food respectfully real. I’m as Peruvian never ever would eat on any of those restaurants in your video I consider them fake but it is my opinion

I wouldn’t try guinea pig because I had some as pets growing up. We did try lomo saltado just not on camera. Other than that, we tried at least a half dozen typical Peruvian dishes so I’d say we did a pretty good job finding what to eat in Peru. And maybe the potions were small that we tried but they sure were delicious!

Thanks for the heads up on that! We were very careful to only eat at established restaurants since the chance of getting sick in a foreign country is very high.

@Tangerine Travels

Once a month, I think the last Sunday of each month, the changing of the guard is done on horse. Even the band is on horses. And sometimes, they have dancers on horses.

@Tangerine Travels Yes, limeños complain it is extreme cold at 15 °C (60 °F).

@Longo I spent 18 winters in MN and that was 18 too many.

DEN T Try to spend a winter in Minnesota, you'll find out the meaning of misery.

Lies, aeromexico wanted to charge me extra for luggage... hated it. Worse experience flying.

We live in America Philadelphia to be exact.. if there was one place in Mexico or South America that you would move to for the rest of your life where would it be... we definitely would like the ocean and not too secluded..Three places You would recommend would be awesome

Lima is so beautiful

Wowee! I'd no idea Lima was so developed. The architecture of the old buildings is stunning, and quite a surprise, to me. And to see the pace of daily life, another revelation. But, the food adventures you took us on... amazing! Made me hungry & envious. A lovely tour you provided. Thanks a bunch for taking us along! Thumbs up!

I'm a full Mexican, born and raised. I love my country like no other...but Peru and their beautiful people are simply amazing. We are so similar and in my time there 6 months ago, I fell in love with such a beautiful and amazing land. Perú es increíble!

Glad you visit my country. Just a piece of advice about food, don't come here to try a american breakfast that you can find anywhere, just don't be afraid to try new things!

That was really the only “american” food we tried during our trip. We hoped to enjoy a more Peruvian breakfast that day, but Buena Vista Cafe just didn’t have the greatest food. Stellar view though!


I want to go to Peru!!!

I want to travel!

22:25. that roasted corn is "cancha" o "canchita". although Peru and Mexico are both cultures built on the corn diet, I feel the second took corn further, to the next level: the tortilla! :)

bad idea visit peru in winter XD , you must come to Peru when is summer

What are the best months to visit?

Subtítulos por favor para los que no entienden inglés, subtítulos por favor

aprende pues huev......

well I enjoyed travelling with you guys such a nice and interesting video

I hope you were able to go to Cusco, Ica, ariquepa, and puno and everything around there including machupichu. Honestly, lima was the most underwhelming part of Peru but everywhere else it's pretty awesome. I'm kinda sad you didn't try the ceviche it's totally different from Mexican ceviche, as a Mexican it's crazy but I like the Peruvian cevich more. Don't tell anyone lol!

for us, Mexicans , food is not really relevant, i mean we dont really care others opinion about our food i guess we asume its good and enjoy it, peruvians always talk about their food and saying it´s better than Mexican, insulting etc.. i guess it is cultural

Great video guys. I know you had a great time

Oh dear, you guys are so cute and awesome. Thank you for allowing me to experience Peru through your lense. I would love to visit Peru but it's very expensive I heard. May the Lord bless your coming and going and keep you safe. Until then. Hugs. Your new subscriber

It's worse now because we are married lmao!

Mande in Spanish means, order, like to give an order. In Peru, what, is que. Que, is the correct word, or disculpe, could also be used. Chile in Mexico is a hot pepper. Chile in Peru, is a country. Hot pepper in Peru, is aji. The word chile in Mexico is from the Nahuatl language, is not Spanish. Aji, in Peru, is from the Quechua language.

Next Tuesday I am going to stay in Cancun for the whole summer! I am so excited. If I run into you guys I will buy you a drink. Thanks for you videos Tangerines...

We might not have explained that well, but we were in Lima a full day before starting the video. We are more than a salad and eggs before that. Still, good idea about the food tour. Those are always a great place to start

Nice video. I really enjoyed it. The cities in Latin America were built and organized according to the Castilian model (Spain). The streets were laid out according to a perpendicular layout and in the center stood the Plaza de Armas or Plaza Mayor, which consisted of an open space where urban life developed and social, official and religious activities were manifested. On its sides were the administrative or official buildings and the Cathedral or church of the town. That is why you will find a lot of similarities in all colonial cities in Latin America (big plazas, big churches, big buildings, incredible architecture). Actually the architecture is very similar to any city in the south of Spain (Seville, for example). The good thing about all these colonial cities in Latin America is that they have been preserved and mantained throughout the years. Greetings from Barcelona, Spain.

no, there are several diff kind of Castellano, "rioplatense", "andino", Gran colombiano" etc..

@patricia ramos You are a sad, embittered, overly nationalistic Peruvian and you represent the worst of Peru but with every comment you confirm all of my comments regarding my father's country. It's truly sad but continue if it makes you happy. The depth of your blind nationalism and fanaticism is truly astounding!

I'm glad you liked my country Peru... love my Peru

Peas= alverjas or alverjitas

Always foggy and never rains!! But I loved Peru and hopefully I’ll come back one day

Found it funny how you used the Spanish word for Shrimp while speaking English instead of the Spanish one!

Great video, cheers!!

Really enjoyed your travel video in Peru. It’s the first I’ve ever seen. I’m impressed with the food and stunning architecture. Thanks for all your effort.

Larcomar it's popular because is by the ocean

I spent 2 hours at the Premier Lounge in CDMX. Lima is very cool. Would love to go there in the Summer

Los amoooo ❤

You were very brave to take UBER in Lima. Don’t trust it there. June is the worst possible month to be in Lima. It’s historically the month with the highest suicide rate in Lima because of those gray skies and mist (Garúa). Thank you for sharing. Yes, you have to come back. ;-) Also, Cebiche, you have to eat it with the sweet potato (camote) it is served, it neutralizes the lemon a bit.

Really enjoyed your video. I lived in Lima for 10 years as a child and teenager. Believe it or not, I actually learned to drive in Lima. Love the food, all of it, the fish is like no other place in the world. You do, however, need to venture out to other places in Peru, the mountains, and the jungle are awesome. Cajamarca, Huaraz, Cuzco, in the mountains. Pucalpa or Iquitos for the jungle, and my birthplace Trujillo or Arequipa for the coast.

Saludos y felicitaciones desde Lima (ju20vi2019)-Perú-América.

Peurvians dislike how mexicans talk in their grand majority, I noticed. Also they dont like to be compared to them, just saying but dont feel frustrated, i had a similar prob and they understood and were way friendlier than i expected!

Peruvian food is not about looks guys, is about flavors and the love it was put in it, can also transport you to places, depends on how you appreciate it! beyond a ceviche or a lomo saltado, you gotta venture and try it more in a more deeply level to understand it! really good stuff!

You made an error, you would have ordered the ceviche carretillero or ceviche with squid. very very delicious. You mus visit Arequooa., near to Cuzco. The central square its really cool

Thank you for the correction and recommendation!

Japanese have been in Peru since the 1800's, hence the Asian influence in foods and restaurants.

I would suggest you to use Google Dictionary or Google Translate next time you want to explain something to someone who does not speak your native tongue and who's native tongue you do not speak or speak not very well.

I love Peruvian food!! Lima is always dark and humid.

Not during summer, it's winter now in June. I recommend coming from January to March.

peru el mejor pais de america latina la gastronomia peruana la mejor

Solo por que eres Peruano lo dices. A Peru le falta mucho para ser el mejor pais de America Latina.

Si claro solo por que eres Peruano lo dices. A Peru le falta mucho para ser el mejor pais de America Latina.

there are a lot of dishes that you should try next like papa a la huancaina , papa rellena , lomo saltado , tamales , humitas, pollo a la brasa / go to a chifa(our style of chinese food mixed with peruvian ) thanks for visiting peru!

You could go to Av. San Martin cuadra 3 ó 4 Miraflores, there are like 3 restaurants were you could have lunch at 12:00

Nice food out there

In two weeks I'm flying back to Peru after 3 years living abroad. Glad to see Lima again, I did miss the cloudy and gray days of Lima. I'm taking my wife for the first time, so I'm so excited of coming back home. Your video was really cool. You must visit Peru again.

I didn't mean to call you liars. I did have a bad experience with aeromexico so hope you understand my rage. It's pretty much directed to aeromexico. You guys are lucky they didn't try to nickel and dime you. Sorry if it came out the wrong way

You're calling us liars because we had different experiences? That's rude.

and Europe is super boooring compared to Latin America.

@Pandora Sullivan the earthquake was far from Lima, in the jungle, and there wasnt too much damage. No people died

Beautiful video guys, Jordan and.....? (I don't think I got your name on the video)! very informative; I can tell you did your homework before arriving in Lima; Congrats!

Hello My Name is Daisy! I have been watching your videos for the past days and all i can say is that you guys are amazing!!! I am from New York both parents are from Mexico and my husband is Peruvian. I will be going to Mexico in August. WE'RE SUPER EXCITED!!!

Welcome to Lima, The Food Capital of America....

good video. I just miss some places my free town district is very touristy and did not appear.

Great video

Hi guys, I was watching the video when I heard the word "mande", I ask you please do not use it anymore, it is a word that should not exist anymore in Mexico. For a lot of people, it only means, "excuse me?" or "what?" even the British "beg your pardon"; but in reality it is a word that is inculcated in Mexico as a way of answering the colonizers and that remained until today as a word of submission: "Mande" means "Order you" "Mande" is "an expression of courtesy" with which even today parents correct their children: "Do not say" Qué? ", Says" Mande "!». Some say that it is apocope of "order you to me " or "you order me," to command, that someone with authority expresses the will to have something done. Anyway, when you do not understand something in Spanish or do not listen well, you can say: Cómo?, Qué? I hope to see your adventures in Mexico City soon. Greetings from a "chilango"

Perú, capital folclórica de América , 2 mil variedades de danzas, costa, sierra y selva https://www.facebook.com/RedjepRedJovenesEmpresarios/ https://www.facebook.com/america.toursmayorista/


Nice city, beautiful views.

I’m catching up on your videos after being in Argentina for 10 days; it’s great to see you guys again!

Awesome video !! New subscriber over here

delighted that you visit my beautiful and wonderful country.

just a little correction, at 21:48 the waiter says: ''el carretillero a mi en lo personal me gusta más'' which means ''el carretillero I personally like it more''

Thanks a lot, we both misunderstood what he said there.

Great video. Thanks

Mira Flores and Barranco are strictly Tourist traps, get out to the districts for a real feel of Lima

One reason I think some of the Peruvian food may seem a bit average or even underwhelming is because Mexican food is also very good. So your taste buds already have a high palette. Mexican and Peruvian are some of the very best cuisines on Earth IMO.

Bienvenidos a Perú

Maybe better keep a photo of green peas ready on your cellphone - this eliminates any confusing communication ;)

So glad you have enjoyed Lima, despite the language barrier but you made it and had the taste of Peru. Farewell and remember that the whole Peru awaits your visit soon.

Thank you for being so welcoming of us, Esteban! We appreciate that. Hope we can come back to Peru again and experience more of the food and culture there. :)

Welcome to Lima - Peru, The Food Capital of Americas....

Thank you for coming to Lima,from december to April is the best time in Lima ...

@Tangerine Travels i Started follow you guys couple days ago,i like your videos..

Thanks for the heads up! We're hoping to come back again

Lime, has a larger China town than any other city in the Americas. Japanese also have a large influence

peru&oq=barrio+chino+en+lima+peru&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l3.15819j0j8&client=tablet-android-samsung&so Lima, & the Whole SA is my next year travel vacation... keep up the good work

Where is the china town in Lima? We missed it in our explorations this time.

In Lima the Food Review is 5 stars and the Traffic is -5 stars, go to smalls cities in Peru like Cusco, Arequipa, Huaraz or Iquitos for natural environment and good food.

Thanks for the correction! I listened to that part dozens of times and still couldn’t get the spelling right.

Nice posts

You made an error, you would have ordered the ceviche carretillero or ceviche with squid. very very delicious. You mus visit Arequipa., near to Cuzco. The central square is really cool

@Hector Campos dice el banco mundial el fonto monetario organismos internacionales del crecimiento economico peruano el mejor eso es verdad el peru puede gastar millones de millones en cualquier cosa quiera o desea el peru

@CRISTIAN RAUL CHAVEZ Y quien lo dice? haaa si tu verdad. Jajajjaja

@CRISTIAN RAUL CHAVEZ Y quien lo dice haaa si tu verdad. Jajajajaj

@Hector Campos el crecimiento economico peruano el mejor de america es por eso

Despite the long distance, we have so many similarities.

Aprende ingles

*Peru has amazing varieties of Corns that are unique in the country

You are in another continent bro

That was the joke

I don't like the Antichuchos in Mangos Restaurante. I prefer them in Estadio Restaurant, in lima center, jirón de la unión

Hi! You have to visit Argentina some day!

He actually said that ceviche carretillero was his favorite. The subtitles said the opposite

We both misunderstood him - we're still learning the language.

I’m planning to open a cafe, a pan northern California - Peruvian food that is sensitive to food allergies!

I wouldn’t eat anticuchos at larcomar! There’s anticuchos de la grimanesa and other places! Each time I’ve had it it’s been very tender!

Hey guys nice video

Peas are called arbejas in Peru. Chicharos are in Mexico and the people from Peru won’t understand you.

Great video, I always wanted to visit Peru,thanks for the ride.

awesome but you need explorer more Lima

the seashore looks kinda like the california seashores, cold lol

"It's like those Peruvians . . . have a different word . . . for everything."

Great video!! good information!! Blessings

Lol I had fun watching you cross the Puente de Los suspiros in Barrancp... Without breathing lol

@Globiluches Corazon We're very familiar with chicharrón only because we've made that mistake before in Mexico.

@Tangerine Travels el ceviche carretillero tiene "chicharrón" no es lo mismo que "chicharos". Creo que confundieron eso también. You misunderstood Chicharron, not the same as Chicharos

@Tangerine Travels El cebiche carretillero means the rickshaw cebiche - never tried but I guess the portion is more generous

They are not tourist traps .. they used to be top people's neighborhoods and there you can find (especially in Barranco) old beautiful houses and buildings with big flowering gardens and trees, which reminds you of life before the XXIst century. When - in the near future - everybody will live in high modern buildings, future generations will see and think nostalgically about how their grandparents and greatgrandparents used to live ....... I miss the gardens, now building corporations just think about parking lots and $$$ per square meter.

There have been two problems with the platform in here, because the company wasn't checking properly, I heard. Now I think they are more careful. June is so gray and humid, and those neighborhoods are by the seaside so they're even mistier ... actually they started as summer resorts back in the XIXth century because of their proximity to the beach, until they became permanent residences for house owners. If you come from the northern hemisphere you will find our winter rather mild and of course will love the weather in the north coast, the rainforest, Cusco, Arequipa and everywhere in the Andes. You won't see the sunlight in Lima until end of September

@Hector Campos la ocde o g20 pero que hablas hay tanto paises que estan como argentina mexico y brasil en la g20 son paises con tanta pobreza y miseria mira como esta argentina lleno de pobreza mexico con tanta delincuencia y desigualdad brasil miseria lleno de favelas estos tres miserables paises estan en recesion no hay crecimiento y tu hablas del g20 das pena el crecimiento peruano es inmenso este 2019 4, por ciento ningun pais de america va crecer como el peruano

@CRISTIAN RAUL CHAVEZ jajajajjajajaja Mira cuando Peru este en la OCDE o en el G20 hablamos...

I'm Peruvian, loved to know you liked our capital city .... Good advices, be careful, but - apart from that - we are usually warm, hospitable people and love smiling talkative people, like you. Old Latin American downtowns are not exactly the same but will look similar to foreigners because they were built by the Spaniards, often Castilian and Andalusians. And Mexico and Peru are brotherly countries (Mexico is obviously richer than us) because we had the same mother - Spain - and our fathers were advanced ancient native civilizations: Aztecs & Mayan and Inkas.

Muchas gracias, we like Mexicans a lot, think of them as brothers .. Other Latin American countries are cousins but you are brothers

As Peruvian I would say "¿Perdón?" or "¿Disculpe?" for "Sorry (I didn't understand)?" or "Sorry (I didn't hear)?". Less educated is "¿Qué?" (what?). Mexicans say "¿Mande?" (You are ordering or instructing?)

peru beautiful el peru bello

You should have tried Lomo Saltado. :D

my nephew lives there and says that the food cheap.

Great video! Just to clarify, not all of Lima is in a desert, there are fertile, river washed plains in between the coastal desert. Miraflores and a big chunk of Lima, probably most of it, is located in a valleys washed by 3 main rivers, so Miraflores is naturally "green" although it doesn't rain, it is fertile land, easy to grow. Another key aspect of the Peruvian coastal desert is that its not really a desert, its a fertile plan covered in sand (due to lack of rain) and where there are no rivers it "looks" like desert but with irrigation projects the land becomes prosperous for agriculture. There are sections of "true desert" where no matter how much water you pour in the soil is acidic and salty. So, Lima was chosen as the capital because it was located in a huge valley that has been cultivated for thousands of years, and it was close to the biggest and deepest natural port of the Pacific,"Callao".

a good video you guys similar like Gabriel Traveller anyway

Two US kids go to Peru and share their experience in a really nice video and some stupid Peruvians and Mexicans try to ruin it with their ignorant comments. I was born and raised in Peru, have visited Mexico several times, currently live in the US and love all three places.

You miss something. If you get ill while visiting Peru, don't forget that Peruvian drugstores (farmacias) are required by law to offer you lower price generics before informing you a big pharma product. Generics are cheaper but by no means less effective than big pharma products. In order not to be misunderstood, take your prescription and sample from the drug you may need. Thus the drugstore seller may know the chemical principle and offer the product you need. The local trade brand may be different, but the chemical principle will be the same.

As for the language, as you say, do your best with basic Spanish. Flatter the locals' keen on practicing their English skills. Be nice and polite. We don't have a thick accent or anything else like that. Speak slow and you'ill get understand to anyone.

Andean cities like Arequipa and Cuzco resemble more like they looked like in the viceregal. In Cusco, save the most expensive MacDonald ever in this planet, Downtown Cusco is more or less alike in the Spanish settlement times. Arequipa is a Spanish town by purpose. If you go there, you'll find yourself a more closely connection with Guadalajara and other Mexican cities. Downtown D.F has more in common with Cusco. As for other aspects, you'ill need more time to get to know the city of Lima. Prehispanic Lima is very much alive and close to us. Although the barbarian passing of urban sprawling since the 1940s, huacas (worshipping and administrative centres) remain in most of the cities's districts. If you come visit Lima again, just let me know. I'll be gladly willing to show you around.

Just a couple of things about Downtown Lima. It's is an admixture of the viceregal blueprint and buildings with a more recent French influence in the early 20th century. Save for a few churches and 18th century houses across Downtown Lima, almost nothing prior to the foundation of Lima remains. Our sysmical background and the development of the town since the 1850s literally swept away most of the old viceregal city. Government Palace was built in 1938 under French Influence. So does Plaza Martin. All its buildings date back to the early 20th century. Hotel Bolivar was erected in order to provide a first class lodging to all visitors coming to our first centennial conmemoration. One of the few remains of the viceregal past is San Francisco, which was partly demolished to open what is now Abancay Avenue.

I prefer Mexican ceviche is more delicious!

Nice video guys!! And is true how some words are different in other countries! I am from central america and use “neutral” or the right words that everyone understands in every or most of the speaking spanish countries ☺️

Yes, chicharos = aeverjitas

@CRISTIAN RAUL CHAVEZ Otra cosa Peru es muy centralizada. Lima es todo lo que hay como ciudad de alli en mas solo son pueblos....

@CRISTIAN RAUL CHAVEZ Y hablas de Argentina, Brazil, Y Mexico con pobreza. Jajajajajjajaja Señor eres Peruano, preguntale a cualquier persona de estos tres paises y te van a decir que piensan de Peru. Dices que en Mexico hay mucha insegurida el cuam acepto que si la hay, pero en el 2018 fue el sexto pais mas visitado en el mundo. Mientra Peru fue visitado por 6 millones de personas, Mexico fue visitado por 40 millones de personas con eso te digo todo.

@CRISTIAN RAUL CHAVEZ jajajaja Te recomiendo el siguiente video de Tangerine Travels donde dicen que en Lima el trafico el ruido y como la ciudad esta horriblemente organizada.. jajaja Peru lo unico que puede presumir es Miraflores fuera de eso Lima es horrible sucia y pobre. No lo dije yo, lo dijeron los weros de Tangerine Travels.

My daughter has been in Lima for two weeks now. She went to a dozen museums. The Metropolitan, and Art museum have 3D displays. The catacombs are also cool. She also went to the Grand National Theater of Lima to see the national ballet. Oh, she went paragliding by the Park of Love. Now, she is resting before going to Cusco, and Machu Picchu to see the Inti Raymi festivities. ... Sadly, she didn't have time to go to the Ballestas islands (AKA poor-man's Galapagos). .. And yes, she complained about traffic.

@Toko Andromeda , you have to try "AJI DE GALLINA", "LOMO SALTADO", "CHAUFA (RICE) DE MARISCOS", "CARAPULCRA"....... If you order "CAUSA" or "CAUSA A LA LIMEÑA" the best is with Tuna fish instead of chicken. El CEBICHE es delicioso (The ceviche is delicious). Have a good (food) trip .

Perú es mil veces mas moderno que Mexico.


El video está interesante. Les recomiendo que lo vean hasta el final.

Its Imposible.. White Peruvians..White Latinos Exists..

Hermoso vídeo

23:10 my mouth was watery

#1 Machu Picchu, # Nazca lines, # islas ballests, # 4 Manu, #5 Arequipa, #6 el cañon de colca, #7 mancora, #8 sacsayhuaman, # 9 la montaña de colores, #10 old Lima etc....

Ay mejores lugares en lima donde comer cebiche.

¿Cual lugares nos recomienda?

I really enjoyed this video!Your Mexico words don't work in Peru? Que lastima.

Thanks, Dave! We could understand most of the Spanish people spoke in conversations, but there were MANY differences when it came to food/ingredients

I have an uncle who lives in Peru, Sacred Valley. I have been wanting to visit for a long time. So, I would have a place to stay. What is the cheapest way to purchase round trip airfare? I would be traveling from either Charlotte or Greensboro, North Carolina. So glad you got to experience Peru. Love your videos. So informative, and you two are the sweetest couple. ✈

You are so sweet, thank you! We have a bunch of flight alerts set up from various cities/airports. In this case, we got the flash deal with Aeromexico. You can use Google Flights to set up price drop alerts from the cities you'd like to fly from. Also, we use ScottsCheapFlights.com to get mistake fares and price drops as well. Hope this helps!

Guys you maked a BIIIIIIG mistake. You just visited kinda gourmet restaurants. I am used to go to those places and let me tell you, the recipes there are not even close to the real flavors. To tell you the truth I couldnt watched 1 good place to eat traditional peruvian food at your video. But dont worry, thats pretty common cause those bussines are about US and European foreigners, ence the gourmet , non traditional recipes. Watch the videos from CHEF TIMOUR a french guy living at Perú. He is the perfect example of a foreigner, exploring tradition and variety about the thousands traditional dishes , Perú owns (between, main dishes, lots of different food styles, soups and desserts)

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