Angela H. Australia
In January 2012, I fulfilled a lifelong dream and visited Peru. Jo Self de Nerio was introduced to me by a friend, who told me that she was likely to fulfill my desire to not only visit the usual tourist highlights but also learn about today’s Peruvian culture.
Abiola F. NYC & Nigeria
Picture this… you’re driving down the dusty Pan-Americana wondering where you are headed. Then Jo takes a turn off the highway and you end up in food paradise. That pretty much sums up the tour. It’s unexpected, unpretentious and above all, all about the great food. If you’re like me, your spirit is trying to get out of Lima and see what else Peru has to offer. The gastronomic tour down to Ica is a great way to get a taste of what this great country has to offer guided by a woman who knows the food and loves it. And please don’t forget the helados de higo! Enjoy!
Elaine H. Louisville, KY
I miss Bon Vivant here in Louisville. The Supper Speakeasy dinners were always amazing no matter where they were held. What a treat to have the best chefs in town prepare a feast just for you and a few close friends. Fabulous food! And some of the other events, although smaller in scope, were equally fabulous. Go for it, Peru – you’re in for a wonderful ride.
John F. Kentucky, USA
My time in Lima was originally going to be spent with an old friend, who unexpectedly had to leave the city. With several days to explore this multifaceted city on my own, I wasn’t sure where to begin.