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Puno is an unremarkable town in southern Peru. It has some dreary tower blocks, a mall of sorts and, from personal experience, a shabby restaurant on a side street somewhere that cooks amazing fried rice.
“Why I Didn’t Visit Lake Titicaca’s Reed Islands”
“Give me your simplest fish”. I chirped nervously as I rolled onto the leather couch. In a narrow Cusco street I’d decided to get my first, and incidentally, my only tattoo.
“I Got A Silly Tattoo In Cusco, Peru”
In a world where few corners remain unexplored, it’s easy to become cynical about well-trodden paths.
“Following In Inca Footsteps At Machu Picchu, Peru”
Not visiting the Galapagos Islands while I was in Ecuador is my biggest travel regret. My strict budget didn’t allow me the luxury.
“The Poor Man’s Galapagos Islands, Peru”
We think of deserts as vast expanses of nothingness. No life, no growth and certainly no visible signs of the moments in between.
“Life And Death In The Peruvian Desert”
The first time I ever saw the Pacific it glistened steely white under a strong afternoon sun.
“All The Suns Of Punta Sal, Northern Peru”