The Peruvian ruins of Tipon are an engineering feat as well as a magical place. And becuase it’s a little-known gem, you might have the place to yourself!
Although I only intended to stay in Peru for three months, I immediately fell in love with the Sacred Valley and ended up creating a home base there for two years! It was my introduction to plant medicine, and was where I apprenticed with a shaman.
My time in Peru was mainly centered around the Sacred Valley, but I traveled around a bit and also spent a month in the jungle as part of my apprenticeship.
Should internet speed be the main priority for digital nomads when choosing destinations? It’s debatable. Here’s some food for thought.
After living in Peru for a while and then returning to Canada for a visit, I was surprised by some of the differences in daily life. Check it out:
Here are some of my jungle journal excerpts after spending the month of June in the Peruvian jungle.
The reason for my month in the jungle of Peru was to do a plant diet and ayahuasca retreat. Here’s what you can expect from such an experience.
During my month in the jungle of Peru, I had all kinds of animal encounters – some better than others. Here’s a humourous excerpt of my experiences.