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MSW Interviews: Themba Child – A Canadian Artist in Taipei

What do donuts, vinyl and toast have to do with one another? Come to Themba Child's art show in Taipei on August 4th, 2012 to find out!
by My Several Worlds on Jul 26, 2012

Churches and Places of Worship around the World

A photo collection of the places of worship around the world that we've traveled to over the last eight years of living abroad, including: Kota Kinabalu City Mosque, The Grotto of the Redemption...
by My Several Worlds on Jul 8, 2012

PHOTO: Men Getting a Shoeshine in Trujillo, Peru Are All Smiles for My Camera

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 28, 2012

Shining City By the Sea – Lima, Peru

I’d been riding the bright red double-decker tour bus for less than ten minutes when I realized there was something very special about Lima. At every stoplight, people standing on street corners smiled up and waved effusively; it was obvious th...
by Hole in the Donut on Mar 27, 2012

PHOTO: Rich Colors of Colonial Architecture in Trujillo, Peru Glow in Sunset

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 27, 2012

PHOTO: Sun Sets Over Plaza de Armas, the Main Square in Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 26, 2012

PHOTO: Ancient Indigenous Art at Huacas de Moche Museum, Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 25, 2012

PHOTO: Revelers in Costume Parade around Plaza de Armas in Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 24, 2012

The Most Fun You Can Have in Lima, Peru for the Least Amount of Money

As my open-air double-decker tour bus turned the corner our guide pointed out Circuito Mágico del Agua, the Magic Water Circuit in Lima’s Parque de la Reserva. Named the largest fountain complex in the world by the Guinness Book of World Recor...
by Hole in the Donut on Mar 24, 2012

PHOTO: Brightly Illuminated Municipal Palace in Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 23, 2012

PHOTO: Immense Wall of Painted Carvings from Moche Culture at Huaca de Moche Museum, Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 22, 2012

Arequipa, the One City in Peru I Could Have Skipped

I tried to like Arequipa. Really, I did. But try as I might, I just couldn’t get past the feeling of boredom in Peru‘s second largest city, despite the fact that the historic city center, known as the “White City” due to the m...
by Hole in the Donut on Mar 21, 2012

PHOTO: Fresh Fruit Juice Mixed to Order on the Streets of Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 21, 2012

PHOTO: Ornate Cathedral on Plaza de Armas in Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 20, 2012

PHOTO: Beautifully Detailed Carvings Adorn High Adobe Walls of Chan Chan Ruins in Trujillo, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 19, 2012

PHOTO: Adobe Walls at Chan Chan Ruins in Trujillo, Peru are Slowly Weathering Away

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 18, 2012

Condors of Colca Canyon Survive on a Wing and a Prayer

“We probably will not see condors today,” our guide announced as we pulled up at the Mirador de los Volcanes. “In December and January they migrate to the coast of Peru to feed on dead sea lions.” The tour bus erupted with com...
by Hole in the Donut on Mar 17, 2012

PHOTO: Tomb of the Lord of Sipan in Chiclayo, Peru, Discovered in 1987, Contained Riches Rivaling Those of King Tut

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 17, 2012

PHOTO: Illuminated Municipal Palace at Night in Chiclayo, Northern Coast of Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 16, 2012

PHOTO: Pretty Little Cathedral on Central Plaza in Tumbes, Peru

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by Hole in the Donut on Mar 15, 2012


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