The ambition of LIMA WALKS is to show visitors to Lima and people who stay here for a longer time the variety and diversity of this city. By walking in order to see the details. Many interesting and beautiful places are not immediately visible. You have to know where and how to find them. The people of LIMA WALKS know the city and love to show you these places.
Ronald Elward is Dutch and lives in Lima since July 2008. After an extensive publishing and writing career in Holland, including publishing the leading Dutch architecture magazine De Architect and writing a book on country houses, Ronald moved to Lima to start something new. Here he walked and investigated practically every corner of the city. Apart from initiating Lima Walks in August 2010, he researched in Cusco the present-day descendants of the Inca rulers, leading to a series of articles for leading newspaper El Comercio. He is a founding member of Limaq Publishing.
Susy Arteaga is Peruvian, from Lima. She has
been working as a tour guide in Lima and other Peruvian cities for around 10
years. She is also a Spanish teacher, and has been teaching for 16
years. She is recommended by Footprint travel guide. She loves Peru, and thinks
that her country is enchanting. She has traveled around the Peruvian coast, highlands
and jungle, through 19 of the 24 departments of the country. She likes and enjoys Lima and with pleasure she shows you her city and its secrets.
She speaks Spanish, English,French and very basic Chinese mandarin.