I wish I could take credit for that quote…but after all of the adventures in Peru, looping back through to go to Central Lima might have been anti-climactic…the
I can fully admit it…I wasn’t ready.
Mentally–I was all in–
But physically–the Inca Trail kicked my ass.
Literally, figuratively, and any other kind of adjective you could
There was a lot of hype surrounding Cusco. Several Peruvians we met along the way were either from Cusco or just loved the city so much that they
Well after dealing with CIVA, I think I had a bit of PTSD. A relaxing ride was definitely in order and the bus ride to Cusco was probably
After leaving Arequipa, we hopped a bus to Puno. The ride was much smoother this time around, but we took a bus that was uhm…not quite as nice.
In Arequipa, it is not at all controversial…
Located at the Cathedral Museum of Arequipa
Most Peruvians travel by bus and the bus system in between owns runs quite regularly. Several are also quite ready for tourists and although can be a bit
One of the reasons I wanted to visit Peru was to see Colca Canyon. This is touted as one of the deepest canyons in the world and is
This town has been great so far. Once we arrived, showered the overnight bus off, and rolled out, it was very easy to find the historic part of