Truth be told, I tried to avoid this for as long as possible! From day one, we’d all decided we would have to try the Peruvian culinary delicacy that is Cuy – Roasted Guinea pig. 🐹  Thing is, my only experiences with guinea pigs has been as fluffy, furry pets so the idea of eating … Continue Reading

For starters – very hard! Not impossible (far from actually) but still hard. The trail itself is actually easy enough, it’s never so steep that you can’t handle it – what truly gets you is the fact that you’re in one of the highest altitudes in the world (even higher than Machu Picchu or Cusco) … Continue Reading

Now although we flew into Puno from Cusco to see Lake Titicaca, we’d been told the train journey from Puno back to Cusco was one of the prettiest, not just in the country but in the world. *Sidebar – we actually flew into Juliaca and then took a long taxi ride to Puno. It’s a … Continue Reading

Peru was one place we’d wanted to visit for the longest time and I’m so pleased to report that it totally lives up to its hype! It’s absolutely amazing, chock-filled with fascinating historical sights and some of the most stunning natural beauty in all of South America! If you’re looking to visit Peru soon, or … Continue Reading

The idea of a floating villages was always going to be one which piqued anyone’s curiosity and we were certainly very intrigued by this long before we visited Peru. Suffice it to say, as soon as we booked our flights, this was one of the first places we made plans to visit. The floating villages … Continue Reading

Glittering glass buildings surrounded by architectural wonders and snowcapped mountains… …sound like somewhere special? Santiago, the capital of Chile, is a perfect gem of a city nestled within the Andes Mountains. The city’s incredible mix of ancient tradition, European influence and beautiful wonders of the natural world, leave you with plenty of things to see … Continue Reading

As it turns out, packing for Peru is such a different kettle of fish! Given the amount of travelling we do, I kinda pride myself on being very good at packing. No shadow of a lie here, if you told me that a taxi would be arriving within 20 minutes to take me to the … Continue Reading

This is the big one! This is probably the moment I was looking forward to the most once we booked our trip to Peru and here it finally is! 🙂 THE VIDEO Click here to subscribe to our YouTube channel After arriving to Machupicchu village the day before heading up to Machu Picchu, we were … Continue Reading

Day 2 in Peru. We realise (thankfully, before we left the UK) that due to the fact that our Machu Picchu tickets were for 7am, there was no way we would make the 4 hour train journey on the same day and so we had to arrive a day earlier. You can also do a 4 day … Continue Reading