peru tagged posts

Angkor, Cambodia

6 Places We Visited on Credit

We took our first major trip in 2002 when we spotted in a copy of TNT an advertisement for round the world flights. At £860 the idea of flying to Peru and making our way overland to Argentina, crossing the Pacific Ocean to New Zealand and Australia before exploring Southeast Asia, seemed a bargain too good to miss.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Islas Ballestas, Peru

A travel photo of sealions at the Islas Ballestas, Peru.Read More
Start of Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Peru

Up, Up and More Up on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Why couldn’t those bastard Incas have built at sea level, I thought, as I entered yet another hour of wheezing uphill, bitching about mountains, never ending steps and healthy young Canadians.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Lima, Peru

A photo of Lima, Peru.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Taquile, Lake Titicaca, Peru

A photo of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia.Read More
Round the world travel

9 Years Since I Slept in my Lunch, 10 Years Since we Flew to Peru to Begin our RTW Trip (Photos of our 2002/3 RTW Trip)

Nine years ago today I was snoring face down in my lunch in preparation for boarding the flight home to the UK. After 364 days on the road our trip ended in a drunken slumber outside a Bangkok restaurant.Read More
Burning Man Festival. Nevada, USA

The Festival A list

Ancient or modern, film, books, arts, religious, comedy, beer or music, today is festival day. Somewhere in the world a town or city is celebrating one of the many thousands of events that make up the social fabric of the varied communities that inhabit this planet.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Nazca, Peru

A photo of the Nazca Lines, Peru.Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #3

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Living, working and travel in Cusco, Peru

A Week in Cusco – Camden Luxford: Why I Live in… Cusco

They say if you spend more than four months in Cusco then you are there for good. Australian traveller Camden Luxford has been there much longer than that and talks to us about swapping the backpacker life for an expat one.Read More