One thing you pretty fast get used to in Peru is that there are so many dogs running around in the streets trying to find food and searching in garbage. They don’t seem to belong to anyone. Some of them might, but most of them don’t.Read More »
Still part of the Colca Valley is Chivay where we spent a few relaxing days doing some hiking.
There are a few good treks to walk for a few hours and the scenery is as fascinating as in the canyon. Read More »
Volunteering in the village of Cabanaconde was definitely a unique experience not only because of what happened there but also for the landscapes and the fiesta that was going on while we were there. Read More »
On our days off in the Colca Canyon we of course took advantage of the good weather and the great location and went for a two-day hike down the canyon. We started pretty early in the morning and hiked down for about 1200 m sea level. Meanwhile the views were just stunning and I couldn´t help myself but repeatedly taking pictures of the same scenery again and again. Colca Canyon is also known for its condors that fly close to the cliffs in the early morning hours.Read More »