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The outcome of travelling

Sunday, 6 Jun 2010 | Views [961]

Chachapoyas is a very rural region, its capital town just have 25.000 inhabitants, the roads are generally unpaved and in bad condition, and it takes ages to arrive here, where the jungle meets the green side of the Andes.   There, some of the best ... Read more >

Photos: Chachapoyas region

Sunday, 6 Jun 2010 | Photo Gallery

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Stories from the crazy jungle

Sunday, 30 May 2010 | Views [2885]

So there I went, to the amazon and to the jungle... I couldn't help being in Southamerica for 3 months and not visiting the amazon. Iquitos was the entry point, and it happened that I met my friend Stephane the day before in Lima, and he had booked ... Read more >

Photos: Iquitos and the Amazon jungle

Saturday, 29 May 2010 | Photo Gallery

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overthinking in Nazca

Tuesday, 25 May 2010 | Views [887]

Nazca is famous for the misterious Nazca lines, huge drawings made from precolumbian cultures, dating from 500 years b.c. They were discovered only when comercial flights started to operate on the area, as these lines can hardly be recognized from the ... Read more >

Photos: Nazca, Huancachina and Lima

Tuesday, 25 May 2010 | Photo Gallery

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Paradise hiking in Colca Cannon

Sunday, 23 May 2010 | Views [834]

I arrived to Colca cannon and decided to hike for 3 days, on my own. I avoided booking a tour for this, as I preferred to do it at my own pace, finding out where to stay the night on my own, and being alone to fully experience the cannon. And I loved ... Read more >

Photos: Arequipa and Colca cannon

Saturday, 22 May 2010 | Photo Gallery

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Machu Picchu a la Indiana Jones

Saturday, 15 May 2010 | Views [1675] | Comments [2]

The adventure started in Cuzco, the capital of the Incas. There, I met two australians, both travelling on their own. One of them had a very tight budget, so I adapted to sleep in low cost hostels, eat in cheap places, and negociate even for the toilet ... Read more >

Photos: Cuzco, Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu

Saturday, 15 May 2010 | Photo Gallery

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Lake Titikaka and the question of change

Monday, 10 May 2010 | Views [716]

Lake Titikaka is 3810 meters high, the highest navegable lake in the world, located roughly half in Bolivia and half in Peru... The tiwanakus considered it sacred for centuries... so did the incas after them... and still today it's considered sacred ... Read more >



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