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During my time living in Spain and #Peru, I thought it essential to take my immersion into the country as far as possible. That, for me, meant #dating the local men. Dating locals is an awesome way to not only have a passionate #love affair, but also to improve foreign language skills, see parts of a city or country unknown to tourists, and experience a place through the eyes of a local. #romance #datingtips #peruvian
I recently had the opportunity to meet Mother Ayahuasca in Peru; you may have heard of her since she is calling to more and more people in the West. In case you haven’t, #Ayahuasca is a vine found in the Amazon jungle traditionally used by the local shamans in a medicinal brew of the same name. Scientifically, it induces a psychedelic state of mind but #spiritually it’s much more than that. It’s more like a journey inside into the depths of your #soul. #peru #ritual #candle
I opened my eyes to nothing but a blinding white blur. As my vision focused, two nurses shuffled at my side, readjusting IVs. “You’re okay now,” one soothed. I closed my heavy eyes, feeling the impossible weight of my body in a hospital bed, for the first time not able to move it. Here's what happened... #travel #peru #machupicchu #photography
In those two days, when I was overcome by the magic spell of the mountains and Macchu Picchu, I experienced joy entirely in the moment, allowing my own wounds from the past to appear miniscule and slip away. That was the miracle of Macchu Picchu." -- Najma Rashid 🍃 . Read Najma's feature article "Miracles in the Shape of Mountains at Macchu Picchu" now on pinkpangea.com. ✨ . #travel #peru #macchupicchu #miracles #nature #pinkpangea 🌺
Since living in Cusco, Peru, I have learned a lot about myself, Peruvian culture, and life as an expat. The most important skill I think I’ve acquired on my travels is the ability to adapt to new situations and environments. Adaptability and an open mind are things you should definitely bring with you if you want to get the most out of your time abroad. #travel #peru #expat #vacation #traveltips
Travelling to Peru with my husband and in-laws…could I do it? I had spent little time with them at that point, as my husband and I had only been together a few years. Could I travel with them, and could they travel with me? My in-laws were in the middle of renovating their house when the idea of the trip surfaced, so they didn’t hesitate to let me take the reins when it came to planning the #trip. #peru #inlaws #lima #travellers
Touched by Cusco | Pink Pangea Peru and the wonders of Machu Picchu had tugged at my wanderlust heartstrings for years, and finally I’d be able to cross them off my bucket list. Research done and flights booked, I set out ready for whatever adventure my #vacation days could buy me. My plan was to fly into #Cusco, get a collectivo at Pavitos Street to take me to the village of Ollantaytambo, and stay overnight. #bucketlist #machupicchu #stunning #mountains
Miracles in the Shape of Mountains at Macchu Picchu My trip to Macchu Picchu taught me that miracles can be carved into mountains. In November 2017 I embarked on an 8-day hiking and cultural adventure to the Sacred Valley in south-central Peru, deep in the Andes Mountains, and the heartland of the erstwhile Inca empire. After a brief stop in Lima, I arrived in Cuzco, a cloud-top UNESCO world heritage-listed city in the Sacred Valley. November is the start of summer Peru.
Solo Peru: What I Learned About Love While Traveling Solo in Peru A hike through the Andes forced me to be alone with my confused heart. Bundled up warmly in many layers of clothing, walking under the twinkling skies past the Salkantay Glacier, I analyzed my timeline. I played connect the dots with the stars, and I saw that every today is a straight line and every tomorrow a forked path. But I didn’t sleep soundly that night.
Peru Travel on a Gluten Free Diet Maintaining dietary restrictions can be an overwhelming obstacle in general, let alone when you’re traveling. I was diagnosed with Celiac disease four years ago, which means I am intolerant to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye (basically everything). As someone who is gluten-free and loves to travel, I have endured the struggle of finding food I can eat on a regular basis, and in many different regions of the world.
How to be Vegetarian in Peru! Cusco, Peru harbors a different kind of tourist than most big cities. Being the gateway of the Sacred Valley, it attracts lots of yogis, hippies, and organics. Because of this and the city’s laid back attitude, Cusco has a lot of vegetarian restaurants and a sprinkling of vegan ones as well.