Topics in The Huaraz Telegraph July edition 2014

O ur third edition of this year´s The Huaraz Telegraph has been delivered to our printing company and will be available in Huaraz within less than a couple of days. The Huaraz Telegraph will offer a variety of topics with the latest updates on tourism and hiking and trekking within the Huaraz area.

Here are some the topics in our July edition:

*Smallest mummy in the world finally comes home to Caraz
*Students of CAISTH organise an ecological and environmental awareness clean-up day
*Spanglish offers a unique opportunity to exchange cultures and languages in Huaraz
*Rescue teams of Casa de Guías find the bodies of two Italian climbers on Alpamayo Mountain
*The Huaraz Telegraph reader Rod Barker questions whether tourism growth will be a good thing in Huaraz
*June issue of National Geographic reports on a forgotten royal tomb discovered at El Castillo de Huarmey
*This year’s Festival del Andinismo could be the last
*Czech Couple have laptop stolen on Z-Buss journey from Lima to Huaraz
*Foreigners working on tourist visas could be expelled from the country
*Inca Qhapaq Ñan road system is granted world heritage status
*Lack of local support results in a trimmed down Inkafest movie festival
*The mountains claim another victim as an Israeli tourist dies while hiking the Laguna 69
*Homosexuality in Huaraz
*Expat in Huaraz (Interview with Aritza Monasterio Bilbao)
*Make your vacation sustainable by planting trees through Montikuna Perú
*Part II of Charles Reginald Enock and the First Documented Traverse of the Cordillera Blanca Ice Cap
*Quinoa, the superfood that keeps on giving
*Victor Rimac on his trip to Everest
*Loretta Henderson (41) from Canada who is cycling around the world as a solo female cyclist
*And much more…

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