I have been to Peru in May and June 2006.
I will write a sort of “journal” about my trip to Peru. Since I only started blogging more almost 3 weeks after returning home, this is not a real journal. However, it should be interesting…
The dates of the posts will be modified to match the dates during the trip. As I said, gemmy blown inflatable they are not real journal entries.
My pictures are here.
More detailed information, such as recommendations on hotels, restaurants and prices, can be found on my page in World66.
Welcome to my blog. Here I will write some things on my mind. Some of them are personal, and some not. I will write in two languages: Hebrew and English. Most of the posts will not be translated. It is tiring and also sometimes irrelevant in the other language.
I usually have something to say, and I don’t always have the writing skills. Maybe I will develop them along the way…
After the trek, some rest was necessary. Except resting, we’veÂ walked around the city. Another fun experience was paragliding. Later on was 4 days in the Manu jungle: totally different climate, landscapes and animals and more interesting people in the group. Also returning for the third time to Cusco was fun: it involved a political experience.
Continue reading “Manu jungle and more from Cusco”
The ancient capital of the Incas is a beautiful vital city. Lots of impressing Inca remains in and around the city. It was very fun hanging out there,Â tasting special dishes and drinking quite a lot. I went from there toÂ the famous Machupicchu through the gorgeous Salkantay trek, and also to the Manu jungle. Going paragliding is another notable experience for the intro… Continue reading “Cusco to Machupicchu”
The first 10 days in Peru were in the touristic south. Lots of nice places, some of themÂ very unique. Though everything wasÂ very comfortable and western in this region, some places were too touristic.Â
Continue reading “South Peru – Nice places along the Gringo trail”