If I had to pick a Peruvian city that was a must visit I would say Cusco, yes it is super touristic and you will seldom walk for a couple meters before meeting a bunch of backpackers or tourists. That however does not take away from the beauty and authenticity of the people of Cusco.
When I live or travel to a new place I always dive in nose first for all the must see places and once in a while I regret that choice as everything else after that in an anti climax. Well its a work in progress to spread things across but lets just say that is
There are no words no pictures that can clearly explain my feelings, emotions, sentiments all combined while I was exploring the magnificent Machu Picchu. DISCLAIMER – I had to put it out there So there are 3 main traveler/ tourists types:- 1. Those who believe they are too good for glorified attractions. 2. Those who
This post is really a combination of my work and my need to save time, money and energy when travelling. I will take you through my journey from Chiclayo North of Peru to Machu Picchu. You can read about my actual Machu Picchu experience here. Step 1: Lima to Cusco After arriving in Lima from
It was time to be touristy and explore the outskirts of Cajamarca. Up up we went to an elevation of 3,500mts, it was a chilly afternoon and with no pre knowledge of what to expect we got cold. This did not stop us from killer smiles and exploring the Pre Inca attractions of Cumbemayo. Cumbe
My time living in Pimentel is going great on the weekend a couple of friends and I decided it was time to explore the capital of the Amazonas region called Chachapoyas. It is one of those destinations that are world class but not fully tapped into. Its rather unfortunate that all the tourism in this country is all focused on the South region whereas there are great destination in other regions with the country. Chachapoyas is unique as
In the last couple months, I have been living in Pimentel as explained here and I have been enjoying exploring the North of Peru. It is full of archaeological sites and museums which on most days are not my cup of tea but the last weekend was definitely a bit different. Joined by Bea a cutie from
After a good time exploring the Temples of Angkor Wat we decided to go further North to what is considered the most sacred part of Cambodia. The vibe here is less tourist and while there we only encountered very few tourists. We chose to trek up the mounting which is 10 Km from the base of the mountain.
This past month has been incredibly fun, traveling around South East Asia has been a mixture of fun, adventure, new experiences and deep learning of myself. I have made a conscious decision to skip Phnom Penh because I hate all the goriness that is pegged to the city. I would have loved to explore Sihanoukville but
When I choose a destination there certain things I have to particularly make sure their covered. Good street food, good night life and many other travels. On this trip I chose Bangkok to be my stop over in between other cities and other neighboring countries. I have been to Bangkok before so time I chose