There’s so much for me to learn about surfing. But it’s no big deal. It will happen when it happens.
The first Tintin book I read was set in Peru. But how does it hold up, after visiting the South American country?
Cheers to love, health, and X-Force!
Eat cake, loneliness does exist, and nothing is what it seems.
It’s my second birthday in Peru. Getting sick after? I must be getting old.
It’s been one year since I’ve moved to Peru. This experience wasn’t what I thought it would be.
By this action alone I cannot just return to Australia with some happy memories and stories. I have responsibilities.
A wild spirit of Canada speaks her mind after living 11 months in Peru.
You need to be a little loca.
Life as a teacher in Peru is hard, despite the attempts of normalcy. This is how:
There was some light in the sky by the time my bus was halfway up the winding dirt road to Machu Picchu. The jagged mountains formed the most intense horizon I had seen in my life. A few restaurants and a bathroom have been built next to the entrance gate […]