Latacunga and Quilotoa

Hi there! This post is about our 3 day stay in the middle of the ecuadorian Andes. Let’s starts with Latacunga. A small town with it’s own airport, this place is relatively good situated for it’s connections to all kinds of places in Ecuador. It’s a indigenous town, where the ladies like to wear plenty…

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…

Lago Titicaca

And so we made our way to the lake of Titicaca! Starting in Copacabana, visiting la Isla de Sol and making a final stop in Puno. To get to Copacabana we took a bus at the cementerio of La Paz. It’s 20 soles for an most 4 hour ride. In Copacabana we stayed at a…

Rurre Rurre Rurreeee

Ay friends, so we made it to Rurrenabaque. This is a small town and also called the bolivian entrance to the Amazonas – thus very, very VERY warm. How did we make it there? Well, let me tell you there’s two ways: by plane (80 euros, 45min) or by bus (10euros, 15 hrs). Since we…

Detour through Chile

Dear reader, As you might realized, so far we visited what is also known as the gringo trail of Peru: From Lima along the coast to Arequipa, then Cusco and back to Lima or futher on to Bolivia. We however, decided to go to Chile and southern Bolivia first, before going to Cusco. The way…