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I loved Peru. Not only was it a visually stunning place, but the people I came across were genuinely nice and eager to help.

I thought I would share with you some of the specifics of my trip in case you should want to go yourself. 261 more words

Machu Picchu: 10 tips for a trip of a lifetime

For many, Machu Picchu is synonymous with “bucket list”. I’ve never been anywhere that has elicited such envy on social media. To be honest, I visited this awe inspiring historical site almost by accident. 617 more words


Aguas Calientes, Peru

We made our way to the Poroy station. The train was a lot fancier than I expected. Although my toes were frozen, it was a was a pleasant ride as we made our descent into the Sacred Valley. 235 more words

A Snapshot Story From Peru

Walking on the train tracks to Aguas Calientes, I carry my strange daypack. Filled with water, sunscreen and bug spray, I am prepared for almost everything. 66 more words


Mystery on the plate

As the most of us, I’ve used to see guinea pigs in cages, cared as household pets. Traveling to South America made me see it from a different angle: as a food source. 230 more words


Dad, Seriously?!

I had a really interesting time in Peru. Sadly, I wasn’t really able to post while I was over there because Wi-Fi was scarce but here’s a good outline of our trip leaving from Lima. 689 more words


Living in the clouds

I think it’s rare for us to be amazed by something. Really amazed. I’m talking about that “I-just-got-chills-is-this-real-life-how-is-this-possible” feeling. It’s rare in our society. We are constantly on the move,  there’s always something else to look at: something new, something bigger, faster, more luxurious or expensive. 1,968 more words