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One of my favourite places, the Pongo de Mainique

from The Next Big Adventure

Someday I Will....

Someday I will….. - - I adore Jimmy Buffet. While not quite as obsessed as many of his parrot head tribe, following him around the world on tour dates, I have been an avid fan for many a year. In fact, our truck-campers name of … Continue reading → The post Someday I will….. appeared first on The Next Big Adventure. #overland #overlanding #adventuretravel #travel #4x4

Perú in the April 2013 Vogue Paris magazine by Peruvian photographer, Mario Testino and Peruvian model, Juana Burga Cervera

from Aventure Déco

Où trouver des affiches végétales

picture wall, botanic poster, monstera. by Ollie & Sebs Haus

from Going Awesome Places

What To Pack For A Trip To Peru

The hardest part about going to Peru is figuring out what to bring when planning that Inca Trail hike and exploration of the Amazon Jungle. See a full breakdown of everything I brought for my trip.

Two Weeks In Peru: Your Detailed Itinerary so you hit all the hotspots and get everything in that you need to, except the jungle.

Giant Lilly Pads In The Amazon Rain Forest, Peru

from IMDb

Predator (1987)

a great action film with so many quality one liners. I have seen it numerous times. One time in particular springs to mind. I was coming back from a night out in a town in Peru, Finding nothing to watch on TV in English, Until we found this on but dubbed into Spanish. I switched on about a half hour from the end. Now there are not many films you can watch in a foreign language and still keep up, but the last half hour of this has virtually no dialogue and is riveting viewing in any language

Machu Picchu 'Face' turn picture to the right and you will see only mountain peaks..very cool

from Local Adventurer >> Currently Atlanta

25 Best Hikes in the World to Put on Your Bucket List

1. Inca Trail Location: Peru Distance: 26 miles Time: 4 days Best Time to Go: May to September One of the most popular hikes in the world, the Inca Trail takes you through 26 miles of grueling inclines and declines. You get a chance to explore ruins, jungle, and beautiful mountain scenery, and of course, end the hike at Machu Picchu.