This is the second half of the story El Camaron. To read the first part click here! Be sure to like and follow this blog for more travel content! Follow me on Instagram @anotherwhitemaleperspective Cover Photo credit: El Tiempo My eyes fixed on the silhouette of my Dutch friend as he faded away through the […]Read more "El Camarón pt. 2/2 (Barranquilla, Colombia)"
Camarón que se duerme, se lo lleva la corriente… Cover photo: Emily de la Paz @emily_delapaz Check out last post here. Interested in South America? Click Here. Be sure to like and follow this blog for more travel content! Follow me on Instagram @anotherwhitemaleperspective Go to the Plaza, I thought. No, the city center […]Read more "El Camarón pt. 1/2 (Barranquilla, Colombia)"
Extra photos from my trip to Cusco, Peru in the summer of 2016. Click these links to read the stories I wrote for Cusco: Cusco, Peru Cusco, Peru: The Market I took these photos with a Canon G15 series. These photos range from a Inca archaeological site to the main square in the center of […]Read more "Cusco, Peru 2016 (Extras)"
Check out last weeks blog here! There’s something to say about the senses as I write this with the nostalgia felt months ago in the Andean valley of Cusco. I still find myself dumbfounded by what I perceived in those moments, in the wake of sensory overload. I drift back into these experiences held in […]Read more "Cusco, Peru: The Market"
Extra photos not used in the Lima stories. To catch up on what happened in Lima follow these links in order here: Barranco, Joao, and Miraflores.Read more "Lima 2016 (Extras)"
Check out last weeks blog here! We sat on a bench in the petite courtyard of the hostel, arriving after twenty-two hours aboard a bus from Lima. A dozen pigeons roosted above us, chip-chirping to us, themselves, and whomever wished to join. They sang to our muddled minds, our drained bodies, yet encouraged me to […]Read more "Cusco, Peru"
Check out last week’s blog here! I couldn’t sleep a wink last night, and it wasn’t over a silly fight. No, Sinatra would have to sit this one out. It was 7:12 A.M, and the past four nights had led to this. Each night, I’d count the minutes away as I laid awake, restless, in […]Read more "Miraflores, Lima, Peru"