Machu Picchu

The first thing we did when we got to Cusco was book our trip to Machu Picchu. We booked a two day trip through our hostel, which included all transportation, hostel stay, entrance ticket and guide. On the second day in Cusco, we left in the morning and took a bus to a town called... Continue Reading →

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Day 24-28: Iquitos

Iquitos is a very interesting city. It's the largest city not accessible by road, and has a population of around 500,000 people. This was a huge change of scenery from the places we'd been before. The change from secluded, quiet communities to a huge city with busses, hotels and an airport was an adjustment, but... Continue Reading →

Day 19-23: Puerto Miguel

The next 5 days were memorable to say the least. Firstly, in order to get from Nauta to our next destination Puerto Miguel, we took a two hour boat ride down the river. I don't usually like boat rides, but this was amazing. Stunning views of wildlife on the shores and great weather. When we... Continue Reading →

Day 17-19: Nauta

We spent two days in Nauta, which was a much needed change of scenery after being on the boat. I have never been so grateful for just sleeping on the floor on my sleeping mat. Also, the place had one shower which felt amazing. If this trip has taught me one thing already, it's to... Continue Reading →

First Week in Peru

I'm currently sitting on an incredibly hot bus, which i've been on for 24 hour hours and still have at least an hour to go. I thought this would be a good opportunity to write about my first week here, as this is day 8 of my travels. So not in too much detail, as... Continue Reading →

Less Than 3 Weeks

Hola Amigos, and thanks for being so interested in what I'm up to these days that you're actually reading this post. The last time I gave an update was at the 2 month mark. The time since then has flown by and now there's less than three weeks until I make my way to the... Continue Reading →

‘Home’ Again…

So it's Friday and I've left home to come home again. If that makes sense. It's always so difficult to fly back to Birmingham, it's hard for others to understand. Anyway, I did have a wonderful time. Flying there on my own was a good decision. Here's some photos I took. Sigh.

5am At BHX

It's 05:46 and I'm sat in Pret with a croissant and an orange juice. Breakfast. My gate opens in an hour so I have some time to kill. Last night I downloaded season 2 of designated survivor ok Netflix so that should keep me occupied. I can't remember the last time I flew this early... Continue Reading →

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