We have just gotten back from the most wonderful week spent cruising in Alaska. We have never been on a cruise before, so this experience was brand new to us. And reflecting on the week that has just been, I would definitely recommend it to anyone contemplating a cruise!
Earlier this year, we spent a few days in Washington DC. After a week in New York, we took the train down and I was so pleasantly surprised with how much I absolutely loved DC. It was clean, and beautiful and best of all everything we wanted to see was 100% free.
People will always tell you, that time goes more quickly as you get older. Truer words have never resonated more with me. And I can’t believe two years have passed since we visited the City of Angels aka Los Angeles.
We recently spent a week in Florida – however it did not at all live up to its nickname of the Sunshine State as we got well acquainted with the rain. We didn’t let the rain ruin our fun and we still managed to enjoy some truly incredible sunsets.
On our way back into North America from South America, we had a longish layover in Houston, Texas. We had decided we had more than enough time to get out of the airport and spend the day exploring!
We were coming to the end of our incredible 3 months in South America and we had saved our visit to Cusco til the end – mainly because it was the cheapest place to fly out of, but also because it seemed like the perfect way to end the trip. And ultimately what this meant, was that my expectations were high – very, very high.
Rainbow Mountain is one of the newest attractions in Peru. As the site was only discovered in recent years, it is still relatively untouched and less touristy than many other places. We decided to do a day trip with Rainbow Mountain Travels, which was one of the earliest to leave which meant you could arrive at the view point before the hoards of tourists.