I enjoyed a seven hour stopover in San Salvador on my flight away from Perú. […] One of the highlights of these few hours of exploration was stumbling upon El Rosario church in Parque Libertad.
Between February and June, José went around Lima trying to convince musicians from his favourite Peruvian psychedelic cumbia bands from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s to come together as one and give new life to their percussive anthems.
It was almost six in the morning and the market in Capachica was already starting to bustle. People were slowly arriving, slinging large bags of produce or hauling carts of merchandise. It was drizzling and rainy season mud seemed to be caking up everything: tires, boots, dog hair. Our shared taxi van from Puno was parked on a side road, waiting for a few more passengers before continuing to Llachón.
The recommended route to Machu Picchu: by bus and on foot. Machu Picchu is beautiful. It takes your breath and stirs your mind. Anyone passing through Cusco should try going and even better if you’ve got the means and time for…