Puno, Peru

Puno, Peru

Peru is probably in my top 2. I’ve loved this country’s breathtaking mountain scenery, delicious food and kind souls. I was feeling a mystical ambiance as I was getting closer and closer to Bolivia, South America’s most indigenous country. I was...
Cusco, Peru

Cusco, Peru

Being on Peru’s sandy west coast was a nice change of scenery. But I was experiencing withdrawal from not being in the high altitude, jaw dropping Andes. What better way to return to these heights than the road to Cusco from Nazca which goes across the country...
Nazca, Peru

Nazca, Peru

On this trip I had come across some desert like environments (in Mexico & Colombia) that I enjoyed. But I never spent any time looking at full on sand dunes with zero vegetation. I knew this was on the schedule for my ride to Nazca. Ocean waves on the right, sand...
Lima, Peru

Lima, Peru

Bicycling is by far my favorite way to travel. But sometimes taking the bus is the right call Back when Spain claimed reign of South America, Lima acted as its satellite capital of this new land rich in resources and opportunities. Lima’s immense plazas and...
Central Peru (to Huaraz from Cajamarca)

Central Peru (to Huaraz from Cajamarca)

Bicycling in Peru has been adventurous so far. This second leg to Huaraz was no different Machu Picchu & the Quechua (Inca) people are what most people think about when it comes to Peru’s indigenous roots. But this big country has a deeper and more...