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Category Archives: Travel
From mid-February through April 30th, when we left Cuzco, we had friends and family visiting us almost every week. It was so fun to see different parts of Peru with each of them. One of the highlights of our travels … Continue reading
It has been forever since I have posted to Peru-zo. We got back to the states in early May and I immediately started my last set of summer school classes for my Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. That, combined with … Continue reading
I posted a photo of this beautiful woman on the Life Writing Photography blog on Easter Sunday. She was very sweet and allowed me to take this photo for a “propina” – a tip. Almost everywhere in Peru that I … Continue reading
We went to the Peruvian jungle in mid-March and saw the elusive Puma! Our guide hadn’t seen one in over three years. More to come but here is my best shot of him/her. So awesome!
We have SO much blogging to catch up on . . . and fun fun friends coming into town today! So – we will see what actually gets blogged. Crockett arrived to Cuzco on Sunday, February 12th and left on … Continue reading
Last weekend we finally made our way to the Tipon ruins. These ruins are located about 30 minutes down the road from San Jeronimo, very close to Cuzco. We had heard that they were fine – but nothing special, but … Continue reading
Last weekend Kenzo and I attempted the Senor de Huanca hike. Once a year, large groups of Peruvians do a Pilgrimage to the Senor de Huanca – leaving at night fall and arriving to the end for the sunrise. We … Continue reading
On my last post about the Sacred Valley – I left off saying that we were on the way to Ollantaytambo. We loved the ruins in this city – they were expansive and we spent several hours exploring the main … Continue reading
When we left Salineras on one of our weekends in the Sacred Valley – we then headed into Urubamba (a city settled down in a deep valley within Sacred Valley). We got there around dark, found a hotel to stay … Continue reading