2016 started off in one way, turned left, got flipped upside down, then messed up in the blender. Here’s how it all came out in the end:
Even though I’ve been traveling almost 10 years, my departure from Peru required that I relearn some of travel’s inherent lessons. Here’s what I’m doing.
My trek to Mount Pitusiray was not only a poetic close to this Peruvian chapter of my life, but it was also one of the best. It’s also a mystical mountain and solar clock, that casts famous shadows once a year.
At long last, here is an apprenticeship update about my work with a shaman in Peru. Unfortunately, it’s not pretty. Big changes coming my way….
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!
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: