Foreword editor THT April edition

A warm welcome from the editor

Welcome to Huaraz, the city that is considered to be the Peruvian Switzerland because of its towering snow-capped mountains. This paper will provide you with all the necessary information you need to make your stay enjoyable and unforgettable.There are few English papers in circulation in Peru and we at The Huaraz Telegraph are confident that the following twenty-four pages are full of useful information and interesting interviews. We also have a thought-provoking back page which includes an interactive wall, a Sudoku puzzle and of course some jokes. This combination makes The Huaraz Telegraph an important addition to your information pack during your stay in Huaraz. 

The keyword for The Huaraz Telegraph this year is interaction. We would like you to participate and share your thoughts on our St!ck !t wall on the back page. We also have a Facebook page where you can leave comments and suggestions, and “Like” us. You can also email us with interesting items, suggestions or improvements etc. Why don’t you write an article, create your own poem or share your mountaineering or travelling experiences with the other readers? You could write the headlines, keep our readers informed about what is happening in Huaraz – the hottest places to visit, the best places to eat and sleep.

I would like to personally thank our sponsors who make it possible to distribute this free newspaper. I would like to ask you to consider using as many of them as possible while you´re enjoying your stay in Huaraz; this will not only confirm their belief in this project, it will guarantee the survival of The Huaraz Telegraph. We want to be here for a long time so so everyone can enjoy it for years to come. The Huaraz Telegraph has been running for over a year now and all our previous editions are still available online. Please visit our website www.thehuaraztelegraph.com or www.issuu.com and download some very entertaining and informative articles.

I hope you will enjoy the city and surroundings of Huaraz and hopefully I will soon be welcoming you as a contributing author to The Huaraz Telegraph.

Rex Broekman
Editor and founder of The Huaraz Telegraph

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