On an organic farm in the Sacred Valley, we enjoyed a special pachamanca lunch – a traditional Inca cooking method where food is cooked under the earth.
The Inca Trail is one of the most popular hiking routes in the world. Not exactly unique or off-the beaten track. What can I write that’s not already been been said by the thousands of travellers that came before me? Though we all take the same path, everyone’s journey and perspective is different, so here […]
After 7 months living in Lima, I finally try making ceviche with fresh ingredients from the market.
Continuing my exploration of Lima’s markets, Steven and I head to Lima’s Mercado Central in search of some good quality fish.
SO, I think I’m slightly obsessed with Peruvian textiles… Everywhere you go, the markets are adorned with the vibrant warm hues of traditional blankets, ponchos, and the famous chullo hats.
Wow. Where has six months gone? Here’s a bit of a personal update on La Vida Lima. Aside from the travelling, it’s been six months of adjusting to life on the other side of the world, and another language.
Hiking to Laguna 69 in the Cordillera Blanca. Plus a swim in the freezing glacier lake
Struggling with altitude sickness and sleeping in a reed hut on the mystical and stunning Lake Titicaca.
This weekend we ventured south with Steven’s friend from work, Abel. It was really great to escape the city, get some fresh air and sun, and see a different part of Peru.