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January 3, 2014 Weaving Lives, Engaging History

Join PC in exploring the vital traditions of weaving, spinning, dyeing, and knitting in Peru’s highland communities. Nilda Callañaupa of the Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Peru (CTTC), along with Catherine Joslyn, author of “Children of the Inca”, will conduct … Continue reading

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October 24, 2013 Sticky Toffee Pudding

After we returned from the Holiday photo shoot in England, my mind kept drifting back to sticky toffee pudding—the perfect amalgamation of cream, caramel and dates!  Since I couldn’t find it on any dessert menus back home, it didn’t take … Continue reading

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All Saints Day in Peru

All Hallows Day in America may be overshadowed by costumes, trick-or-treating and jack o’ lanterns the night before, but let’s not forget why zombies and ghosts fill the streets on Halloween.  Celebrated on November 1st, this Christian ritual, also known … Continue reading

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October 7, 2013 PC’s Favorite Photo Shoot Locations

Over Peruvian Connection’s 37 years, we’ve trekked to some magical places, searching for the perfect backdrop to photograph our globally-inspired collections. The first few catalogs were shot in the backyard at Canaan Farm, where the company began. Founders Biddy and … Continue reading

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August 27, 2013 Who lives, sees much. Who travels, sees more.

by guest blogger, Kezia Huseman What happens when you live in a place for a long time is that you get used to everything.  For me in Cusco, for example, the lack of traffic regulations doesn’t seem that dangerous, the … Continue reading

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