Traveling and living in Peru and Bolivia, talking to locals and experiencing everyday life has so far changed a lot in my point of view and how I see the world. Not only are these “third-world” countries and you can see the poor in every corner, but also do the people here grow up with a completely different mindset and mentality.
Below I have plotted down a few points that came to my mind in terms of things that people in the Western countries take for granted and don’t even think about.Read More »
This time I am going to tell some more about our experience with helping out in the small and a little touristic village of Cabanaconde in the mountains of Colca Canyon. We volunteered at a hostel and its restaurant which we found on Workaway. But I think I should jump right to it. This is going to be a very honest post about what happened and what I thought about it. Read More »
In case you noticed that there was not much going on around here the last few weeks, I’m still alive.
After our stay in Lima we spent one week traveling south towards Arequipa and then decided to take on a voluntary job at a hostel up in the mountains. The whole village lacked good internet connection. Read More »