Waiting in Guayaquil

We made it to Guayaquil, the city of taking a flight to Galapagos. This was actually the only reason to visit this city, but that doesn’t mean we were planning to wait literally. We had 24 hours in the biggest city of Ecuador so we decided to make the best of it, so here we…

Leaving Peru behind

Hola Amigos, This post is gonna be about our last hours in Peru. Currently I’m, in a hammock in Cuyabeno, which is almost the most northeast part of the country. So imagine how much we are behind. It could have easily be more, but some times I actually like to write my experiences down. Besides…

Kuelap & Gocta

Dear friends, Going forther up north in Peru, Chachapoyas was one of our first determined destinations when planning our trip. Chachapoyas is one of the entries to the peruvian Amazon and indeed you can tell as soon as you get out the bus. It’s very wet (raining when we arrived) and very green. Chachapoyas was…

Peruvian Coast – Trujillo and Huanchaco

After many hikes at high altitude, many times freezing my hands while taking landscape pictures – we finally arrived in warmer regions: The nothern coast of Peru. We made our way to Trujillo by bus from Lima (Linea, 8hrs) during the day, so we arrived just after nightfall. The Plaza de Armas of Trujillo is…

Rushing Huaraz

I can read your first thoughts reading the titel. Why would we be in a rush when we have 6 months in South America. The reason for this is that we found a cheap ticket to Galapagos from Guayaquil(Ecuador) for like 200 euros cheaper than the average price. The flight was unfortunately a week earlier…

Lima Again

After a 23 hour bus ride from Cusco we arrived back in Lima to spend two days before heading to the north of Peru and heading towards Ecuador. During this stopover we chilled alot without purpose. We stayed again at the Pariwana hostel which was still as good as the first time. We walked through…

Sacred Valley

Hola Amigos, This time I’ll talk about our experiences in the Sacred Valley. This 20km valley is just north of Cusco. Back in the days the inkas used to live here and nowadays you can find much proof of that. We didn’t visit everything in the Sacred Valley but did quite a good job with…