In Pictures: Crossing A Continent (Part 1)

By the time I arrived at Machu Picchu in June 2007, I’d been on the road for over a month. I had travelled southwards from Quito in the north of Ecuador, dabbling all too briefly with the rainforest, before crossing the border into Peru and travelling along the coast through Punta Sal, Pisco and the desert towns of Nazca and Trujillo to visit ruins of South America’s ancient civilisations.


 

I’ve really enjoyed talking retrospectively about my time in these countries and today Peru is still one of my favourite places in the world because of its wonderful diversity.

Before I start reminiscing about my onward adventures into Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil, I thought I’d share something rare on Home Is A Feeling: A behind-the-scenes look at the things I did when not writing in my travel diary!

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