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TinTin

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Founder & Publisher - PeruTelegraph
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I’m a passionate and dedicated safety & security professional with over 25 years of experience in the sector with all its facets. In the last 15 years I have worked on an executive level for luxurious hospitality brands in Latin America and the Caribbean. As I was born in Peru and operating in the tourism sector the creation of PeruTelegraph was an obvious chain of events. This project is a fantastic opportunity to share my know-how and experiences about a country that has change so much since my childhood. (Tim)

"The riches of a country like Peru cannot be calculated in a monetary value, neither can be exceptional experiences and unforgettable moments…"
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The red and white colors of the Peruvian flag were an inspiration of General José de San Martín. There are various theories and interpretations about its composition.

Huatya Curi and the Five Condors
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

A long time ago, at the jagged top of the world where the snow lives, there was a poor young man named Huatya Curi. His name meant Potato Eater, for he lived off the vegetables he found in the mountain fields of the Yauyo villagers. His name also meant orphan, because love for him was a cold wind, not a...

The Grateful Dove
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

Once there were two bad boys who liked to torture animals. They hated to work in the vegetable patch, and they did not care to do chores for their old parents. They wanted to do no work at all. One day they ran away from home, bringing along their little brother, whom they had tricked with false...

The Mouse Husband
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

A mouse fell in love with a pretty young woman and changed himself into a slender young man, long-faced, however, and with tiny, bright eyes. He spoke with a thin, whistling voice, and his manners were excellent.

The Dancing Fox
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

Foxes love to dance. They dance in the dark with young women who slip quietly from their beds and come running out into the night. But the fox who dances must wear a disguise.

Why the Fox Has a Huge Mouth
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

One day many years ago, at a time when his mouth was still small and delicate, as in fact it used to be, the fox was out walking and happened to notice a Huaychao (native Peruvian bird) singing on a hilltop.

The Moth
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

A man and a woman lived happily together with their only child, a little boy. But the man went off on a journey, leaving his wife in tears, and while he was away, she spent the nights sleeplessly spinning.

The Boy Who Rose to the Sky
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

There once lived a man and a woman who had an only son. The man grew wonderful potatoes in a plot far from the house. They were luxuriant, and he alone had the seed to grow them. But at night thieves would come and tear up the plants and steal the potatoes.

The Condor Seeks a Wife
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

A condor fell in love with a young woman tending her flock of sheep. He changed himself into a handsome young man and came and stood beside her where her flock was grazing.

The Serpents of the Jauja Valley
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales

There was once a time when the Valley of Jauja, where the Mantaro River now flows, was covered by the waters of an enormous lake. In the middle of this lake there lived a serpent.

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