Naomi Mapstone visits the culinary focus on Peru.
Peruvians queue for no one. Queuing is for patsies, pushovers, foreigners who don’t know any better. In Lima, the brash, chaotic capital, shoppers form scrums in front of hard-eyed assistants, drivers invent lanes between techni-coloured minivans stuffed with commuters, surfers steal waves like baseball players sneaking third, and the wealthy opt out entirely, sending maids in their stead or greasing a few palms. – from FT
Alex has written for Vanity Fair, Barrons, Bloomberg and Condé Nast Traveler.