6 Points to Remember while Traveling.

1.) Find out the Truth for yourself. If a fellow traveler tells you about their experience visiting  a place, hostel, excursion, or something to do, take it with an open mind and filtered lens. You will only know the truth once you experience it for yourself. Too many times someone had told me so and so…

Visa for Boliva, Crossing the Peru-Bolivia Border

Travellers from The United States must apply for a visa before entering into Bolivia. The U.S. is one of the few countries who are required to do so. Here are all the requirements one must need for getting into Bolivia, keep in mind that you can stay for 90 days and the Visa is good…

Incan Mural of Peru

The Mural: Nazca inspired wall, located outside of the hostel. Where: Cabanaconde, Peru. Located about 3-4 hours from Arequipa in the Incan Valley. Length of time: This piece took me about three days to make. I painted all day long, the wall was smaller than a lot of the previous walls I had created. I enjoyed…

Auywaska Mural in Cabaconde, Peru

The Mural: 2013 Sept.    Ayuwaska – Cabanaconde, Peru – Pachamama  The hat inspired mural snuggled inside of the restaurant/bar and the focal point of the room    . About the Mural: The inspiration came from the native woman’s dress of the pre-incan town of Cabanaconde and Colca Valley region.  The my mural showcases images of the birds,…

Colca Canyon Trek, Peru

The Coloca Canyon: Earthquake country, flying condors, loney dirt-cactus filled paths, getting lost, running raging rivers, playful dangerous gysers, stray dogs panting medicinal hot springs, striking mountains as far as the eye can see. This is my kind of Peru. Located in the Southern part of Peru in the second deepest canyon in the world, this 3 day…

Puerto Maldanado, Peru

Where:  Anaconda Lodge – Puerto Maldanado, Peru – Anaconda Lodge; Acrylic Paint 2013; The location is next to the Madre de Dios river that hosts camine, unclassified fish and countless endemic birds. Tiny motos zipping around the bumpy dusty streets, woman skilfully crafting plates of fish, meat, and chicken with rice, dramatic soap operas roar through the…

Magical Manchu Picchu, Sacred Valley

The magical land of Machu Picchu. Bright green energy, sunrising, eye opening, mysterious, wise and powerful. The Incan ruins are arguably be one of the most touristic places in the world, which made for an interesting adventure full of inward bliss and tons of people!   Here is the view of Machu Picchu before and…

The Ruin-Filled Town of Pisac, Peru

The small Sacred Valley of Pisac, Peru -Roaring energetic mountains, melted with sage green bushes, dancing trees, fused with Incan ruins, tiny tourist markets, one calm sleepy river and a spiritual energy that roars through the streets. People usually stop in Pisac for a day trip from Cusco as its only 45 minutes away and…

Lima to Cusco, Peru

I am sitting on the bus from Lima to cusco, 24 hour bus ride. its been 10 hours and it’s 6:30 in the morning. The sunrise is welcoming me to this new land with a warm embrace and subtle energy amplified by the valley. These mountains that stretch of amber, late, and deep bronze playfully…

Loja to Lima

Travel, travel and more travel…by bus. From the jungle of Loja I took a bus at about 11:30pm to Piura for a 12 hour bus ride and a good $18 USD for a bus fare. It was easy and I slept the whole time, I was so confused when I woke up at 3 am…