As you may already know, I’m on a year long adventure with Remote Year for the entirety of 2017. Traveling with a group of over 70 people has it’s unique challenges and has left me […]
The Kuelap ruins are actually older than Macchu Picchu. They were found/discovered in 1843. Abandoned after the Incas conquered the Chachapoyas before the Spanish arrived. The entire area had been forgotten for quite some time.
From Moyobamba, my sights were intent on getting to Yurimaguas to meet with Nathan and organize my Amazon adventure. This involved getting a combi from Moyobamba to Tarapoto then another from Tarapoto to Yurimaguas and then a boat onto Lagunas.
An Inner Sense of Calm. It’s spiritual but not. It’s like the joy that you get when you see you’re first born child, or the happiness on your wedding day…only it’s not. It’s different in a way that I can’t really express.
This is a continuation of a previous posting on The Gritty Side of Medellin. Originally, I had intended to post a summary of both of the unique barrios of Comuna 13 in Medellin and the […]
I had intentionally set out this January with the RY group knowing that they would be my crutch, my safety net, my security, my solace and hopefully my confidence builder to get back into solo […]
Our second and third night cabins were located even further into Manu National Park. We drove for another half-day and then took a boat to get us most of the way. From the river (a […]
After surviving The New World’s Most Dangerous Road, Teresa and I set off for yet another adventure. THE PERUIVAN RAINFOREST in Manu National Park Envisioning lush jungle with monkey’s chirping overhead, bright colored birds on […]
I fell in love with the Doors and Windows in Cusco….such charm and character! It reminded me of wandering through the streets of Venice Italy. I thought I would share a couple of my favorites […]
Here are a few of my favorite photos from our trip to Machu Pichu….I hope you enjoy! Celebration drinks with friends Gri and Juan. If you removed the people in this picture…I would frame it! […]