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We have heard the rumor that when there is no rain in August that the people will set fires to the fields as an offering to their gods so that they can guarantee that the rains will come.   250 more words


Kuelap and The Cloud People

The ancient city of Kuelap is known locally as “the Macchu Picchu of the North.” This massive fortress can be found in Chachapoyas, Amazonas, Peru, which would be a roughly 30 hour drive north from the capital city of Lima. 1,104 more words


Machu Picchu

Cuzco. It is probably the busiest tourist town in all of Peru. Everybody is here for the same reason: Machu Picchu. Why? Because is it mysterious, amazing and beautiful. 434 more words

Cycle Touring

The Long Way Home

August 1.  After spending a week in Cusco, Peru walking up and down the streets, shopping in the markets, taking photos of stone walls and immersing ourselves in Inca history and culture we flew back to Lima, Peru with a connecting flight on to Santiago.   584 more words

Featured Designer Pima Doll: Simple Organic Luxury Through T-Shirts

Pima Doll was started in response to founder Ashley Hamedi’s desire for a simple yet luxurious t-shirt. A t-shirt that could be worn for years and one that she would be proud wearing. 336 more words


Deep Canyon Capers... Cotahuasi to the Colca

The Colca Canyon cuts a deep scare across the high mountain Peruvian state of Arequipa. About 3,400 metres deep, this incredible natural feature is more than twice as deep as the Grand Canyon and dictates the nature of the world that surrounds it. 2,538 more words

On The Road



Sorry I’ve been AWOL on WordPress for so long. Cusco didn’t have strong enough internet connection to create a blogpost, and I hit the ground running with school as soon as I got home from Peru. 1,013 more words