Tag: Peru

Coming Home

It’s hard to believe I’ve been home for over a month. My final flight landed me home in Indianapolis, IN, where I was warmly greeted by my sisters, father, and boyfriend. It was pretty surreal seeing all the people I had greatly missed. Since… Continue Reading “Coming Home”

Puno and Arequipa

Leaving Cusco, we took the overnight bus to Puno which arrived at about 4 am. We killed a couple hours at the bus terminal and grabbed a cab to Bothy Hostel we saw online. They graciously allowed us an early check in and we… Continue Reading “Puno and Arequipa”

Cusco and The Inca Trail

Early Saturday morning, we got up and took a bus to the Iquitos airport. We checked into our previously booked flight and boarded our first plane to Lima. (Tip: Don’t prebook your flight online. This is one instance where you will save a lot… Continue Reading “Cusco and The Inca Trail”

Iquitos and The Amazon

Iquitos. Well, that place was weird. And why wouldn’t it be? 400,000+ people living in a city not connected to the outside world by roads? Recipe for strange. Our sixth and final boat brought us to one of the many crowded ports in Iquitos.… Continue Reading “Iquitos and The Amazon”

Baños before the Rio Napo into Peru

Well, the time had come to leave Salento. We took a bus to Pereira then an overnight bus from Pereira to Ipiales at the southern border with Ecuador. We knew we didn’t have much time to spend in Ecuador, so we decided to make… Continue Reading “Baños before the Rio Napo into Peru”

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