On your way to Peru and don't know where to visit apart from Machu Pichhu? Don't worry. Here are 5 must-see destinations for you to experience on your next trip to Peru! Machu Picchu being one of the main tourist attractions in the nation, it is without a doubt flooded with tourists from around the… Continue reading 5 Destinations to Visit in Peru Other Than Machu Picchu!
Hello everyone! Did y'all miss me?! I missed you! Yes, it is me. It has been a very long time indeed. The last time I posted was back in January of this year (2019), about my trip to Cusco. I would love to fill you in on the adventures that I have been on from… Continue reading USA visit then off to Colombia! A quick UPDATE!
I am back!! My last post was in October, and there is so much to share between then and now. My last post was about the culture of the famous Argentina Mate. Well, between then and now. I have done quite a few things. I have visited Ecuador, had issues crossing the boarder, suffered a… Continue reading Back to Peru Round Two – What’s new?
So it has already been over a month since I have returned from my 5 week trip in Chile and Argentina, and what a challenge it has been to be back. I feel like I have not updated you all on my Peruvian living situations, because everything has been focused on my last trip. However,… Continue reading UPDATE – Facing challenges living in Peru
Hello hello!! Today I am bringing you a review on the cute little hostel we stayed at in Huaraz. We stayed at the Nery Lodge, which resides in the western side of the city next to the river. The price was economically friendly. had breakfast, friendly staff, and located in a nice area! Isaac and… Continue reading Nery Lodge review in Huaraz, Peru
We are back with a review between two bus companies! These two are both well known in Peru and are both used quite frequently. Let's talk about the quality and services of each one. On the way to Huaraz I used Cruz del Sur and on the return I used Oltursa. Let's get into it!… Continue reading Cruz del Sur vs Oltursa Review
Welcome back to this week's post on our crazy trip to Laguna 69! Isaac and I waited a few days to do this trip as the hike is at roughly 15,000 feet! Many people in Colorado worship the 14,000 feet climbs, but 15,000 feet is nothing when it comes to the Andes in Peru. We… Continue reading Laguna 69, Peru – Hiking/Camping without a guide