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After a two hour bus journey from Nazca we arrived in Huacachina an oasis in the middle of sand dunes, just outside of Ica. The only one of its kind in South America and the first time I’ve been in a sandy desert similar to the Sahara. 832 more words


Peru's Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is an absolute masterpiece of architecture and a unique testimony to the Inca civilization.  UNESCO designation 1983

As is often said about journeying to a new destination, getting there is half the fun.

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Travel Diary // Machu Picchu

Two hours by coach along a mountain pass. Sitting outdoors at a cafe by an offshoot of the Urubamba river. A shaky, late night train journey. 455 more words

Transparent Hanging Bedroom in Peru!

A transparent luxury capsule that hangs from the top of a mountain in the Sacred Valley of Peru. Located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco… 312 more words


Tips for Peru

After spending approximately 2 wonderful and very active months in Peru I want to share some of my favourite hiking trails, restaurants and other tips with you guys! 1,616 more words

South America

A Different Group of Similarities

The Incas were a very proud group of people. They are one of the largest ancient societies and were a strong, young empire. Being of peaceful ways to grow their empire, they were not hated largely by other empires. 500 more words

Day 3 - Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

A half day when hiking is just as exciting as it is when going to school, or working. Since we had hiked so far on day two, we woke up already at our lunch spot for day three. 300 more words