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Peru Day 10-Voyage back to Los Angeles

The tenth day of my trip to Peru marked the end of my vacation with my mom and my return to Los Angeles.

Our flight from Lima to Mexico City was scheduled to leave at 7:50 am, which meant that we needed to get up around 4 am to shower. 1,739 more words


Real world experience

So what’s it like being an environmental volunteer in the developing world? I can only answer as to my experiences here in Peru, but the same things hold true in many other places. 870 more words


On taxis, winter, and old wives tales...

We arrived in country at 1am on Monday night. It had been a balmy 95 degrees as we curb checked our 10 suitcases and stroller, and dragged our two carseats, plus four carry-ons through the DFW airport. 858 more words


Week Sixty-Something (w/c 18th July) – The Last Week & A Sandy Week

I was hoping to find time this last week to write down my thoughts about coming home, the highlights from my trip, rough figure for the number of hours I’d spent on planes, trains and buses etc but instead I simply enjoyed myself and tried to put off thinking about it all. 946 more words


Layover in Lima

Over the years we’ve talked about going to South America; even booked a flight, but some how things always came up and the plan was postponed.  1,745 more words


5 CLAVES del nuevo corredor Tacna - Garcilaso - Arequipa

Este sábado 26, la Municipalidad Metropolitana de Lima pondrá en marcha el primer corredor complementario de las avenidas Tacna – Garcilaso – Arequipa. Por el bien de la ciudad, esperemos que todo salga bien y se solucione poco a poco el caótico transporte en las principales avenidas de la capital.
“#ReformaTransporte”, le dicen

Bestias Al Volante

Sleeping in the airport

Sleeping in an airport is basically a right of passage for travelers. Whether it’s because you have an early morning flight, your flight was delayed or you arrived late and quite rankly don’t feel like venturing out to find a hostel/paying for half a night, at some point you will find yourself sleeping (or at least trying to) in an airport. 735 more words