We woke up the next morning to a garden of eden paradise. Because we arrived at night we could not see her property which was full of flowers, birds, and an amazing landscape. We went to main building for breakfast which was served by Patrina and was delicious. After breakfast we met up with our […]Read More Choquequirao, Sayhuite, and back to Abancay.
We were sad to leave Aruba but excited to explore Peru with Shirley. The flight back to lima was good and we arrived early in the evening. Shirley arranged for Walter our driver in Lima to pick us up at the airport and take us to our hotel. We decided to get something to eat […]Read More Lima to Abancay
After spending about two months back in The United States and corresponding with Shirley. I decided it was time to head back to Peru to spend time with Shirley and take her up on her offer to show me more of Peru. We decided to first meet in Lima and fly to Aruba for a […]Read More Back to Peru and trip to Aruba.
After leaving Aquas Calientes I returned to Cusco were I would spend the next 4 days including my birthday. During my stay in the Amazon I met a girl named Shirley whom said she was going to be in Cusco during my birthday and would show me around. I was excited and so after checking […]Read More Back to Cusco, onto Oracles, and saying goodbye
The train from Ollantaytambo to Aquas Calietntes was nice, especially after spending so many days hiking. The train ride was about an hour-long, just enough time for a quick bite to eat and drink which was complimentary on Peru Rail. Arriving in Aquas Calientes there was a lot of commotion, being a heavy tourist area. […]Read More Aquas Calientes and Machu Picchu
After drinking my coca tea I met with the group and we loaded up in a van. We then drove for about 30 minutes to the start of the trail. Hugo was full of energy and from the start I could tell we would get along very well. Most of the other guides and members of […]Read More The Inca Quarry Trail Hike
Flying from Puerto Maldonado to Cusco is only about an hour or so and the flight this time was smooth and I would learn in the future on other flight that is not normally the case. I was excited to experience the ancient city of Cusco. Cusco is a city in southeastern Peru, near the […]Read More Journey from the ancient city of Cusco to Ollantaytambo
In a world going mad I think it important for people to understand the philosophy that is heavily utilized by the elite or whatever you want to call the people who conspire to control the world. To them this is not a world gone mad but a planned escalation of there intentions for humanity and […]Read More The Hegelian dialectic
Flying from Lima to Cusco and Cusco to Puerto Maldonado took about 5 hours. Puerto Maldonado is about 55 miles west of the Bolivian border with a population of around 75,000 people but has had a recent influx of Venezuelan refugees. Once at the airport I took a bus for about two hours into Inferno […]Read More Puerto Maldonado: Amazon Jungle
Landing in Lima and getting through security was a bit crazy, especially when you don’t speak Spanish. After getting my bag and heading out of the airport there were hundreds of taxi driver and finding the one with my name was interesting but eventually it happened by some miracle. (Thanks mom!) My driver spoke little […]Read More Lima, Peru