I would really like to talk to the person who said “Your twenties are your best years”. Because truly, I’m not seeing it. Unless they meant that your twenties are your best years because you feel completely and utterly lost as far as what your’e supposed to do with your life? I mean, if you are … More Where I Am Right Now
I opened my eyes, and lay in bed. This was my final day in Peru. I had the morning and afternoon to myself, and needed to catch my flight around 5pm. Emmie and I went upstairs to eat our last breakfast, and made plans to meet up later with Iain and Matt for lunch. I … More My Journey in Peru: Day 7 – Saying Goodbye and Lessons Learned
4am. That is the time we needed to be up for to begin our hike to Machu Picchu. Those who know me, know I am far from a morning person. Before I left for my trip, my friends would laugh when I told them about this part of the trip. Surprisingly however, it was not … More My Journey in Peru: Day 6 – Machu Picchu
Waking up on the morning of the third day was tough. I hadn’t slept most of the night and was grumpy. Oh well. At least today was the easy day of hiking! I had that to look forward to. I was a quick downhill hiker. And, it had luckily stopped raining. We all ate breakfast … More My Journey in Peru: Day 5 -Descending Tears
I heard Fletcher whispering my name at approximately 6am “Jessy…Jessy”. I was pissed. It was early and I was cold. And sore. And not ready to start my day of hiking up the mountain. Day two of the Inca Trail hike is said to be the hardest day of hiking by most who have completed … More My Journey in Peru: Day 4 – Sweat and Altitude
The next morning we ate breakfast and weighed bags which were given to us at the beginning of the trip. The bags would carry items we did not need throughout the day and would be carried by Porters. Porters are very common in Peru. They assist many hikers and travel groups in their journey to … More My Journey in Peru: Day 3 – The Hiking Begins!
Day two. I made it through the night and joined everyone for breakfast in the morning. I had bread and a crap ton of coca tea. Lesson learned. I wouldn’t be eating heavy food for a while. After breakfast, the plan was for us to all get on a bus and have a tour of … More My Journey in Peru: Day 2 – Mud and Colours
My biological father was a traveller and spoke five languages. Unfortunately, it appears that I did not get the languages gene. But, my desire to travel began to emerge during my years in university. Like many students, I did not have the funds to travel during university – instead, I promised myself that I would … More My Journey in Peru: Day 1 – Arriving in Peru