We are currently in Perú
Here are our latest posts about Perú. Once we are done exploring the country we will provide an overview of our favorite places.
DAY-TRIPPING IN THE SACRED VALLEY
Walking around the little pueblos in Latin America, it is not uncommon to encounter dogs on the streets and alleyways. Read more.
THE INCAS PLANTED WATER
Did you just utter an incredulous “What?” Or raise your eyebrow and say, “The Incas planted water? Yeah right.” Yes,Read more.
MACHU PICCHU HIKE: WHAT THE GUIDEBOOKS DON’T TELL YOU
We awoke before the alarm rang and hurriedly prepared our small daypack with food and clothes for the next coupleRead more.
CHRISTMAS IN LIMA, PERU
‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the streets every horn was honking, even the geese HOW TO KNOWRead more.
THREE OPTIONS TO TRAVEL BY BUS FROM CUENCA TO PERU
Need to travel to Peru from Cuenca, Ecuador? Here are three options if you want to take a bus fromRead more.
INTO THIN AIR: SANTA CRUZ TREK
The Santa Cruz Trek is a 50-kilometer long circuit that cuts through the towering snow-capped Cordillera Blanca mountains located inRead more.
FIRST GLIMPSE OF PERU
Huanchaco, Peru, where the desert meets the sea, and the dry breeze cools the skin while the sun warms theRead more.
An item we wish we had for the Peruvian rainy season
Some things in South America may feel strange at first. They are new maybe not something you are used to, but after a while, they too can become normal.
WHEN THE STRANGE BECOMES NORMAL: SOUTH AMERICAN TRAVEL
The first time we see something new, it sometimes seems strange. Isolated groups of people often see the rest ofRead more.
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