• 15 April, 2011: Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • 16-18 April: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
  • 19 April: Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • 20-22 April: Lima, Peru
  • 23-24 April: Puerto Maldonado, Peru
  • 25-26 April: Cusco, Peru
  • 27 April: Ollantaytambo, Peru
  • 28-29 April: Aguas Calientes, Peru
  • 30 April: Cusco, Peru
  • 1-3 May: Santiago, Chile

6 Responses to “Itinerary”

  1. Román says:

    You’re missing Argentina. Pity. Next time I hope :) Also, are you skipping Machu Pichu?

  2. Chris Adams says:

    Sounds like a lot of fun!

    In between Year 11 and 12 back in the late Nineties, I went to Peru on a trip that was organised by my drama teacher (but not an official school trip). As hard as it was for me, since I was very much out of shape and we did a LOT of hiking, it was fantastic.

    Cusco is a beautiful town. A few weeks ago, I found a snake-shaped ring I bought in the market there, but haven’t worn for years, and now I’m wearing it again.

    Looking forward to the travel diary!

  3. The Ridger says:

    Oh, wow. Lucky you!

  4. Román: Aguas Calientes is the nearest town to Machu Picchu. No way would I miss that!

  5. Tah says:

    Looks like it should be a great trip. Have a great time!

  6. Jankzov says:

    Wow! This is going to be a terrific trip!
    Eight years ago, I made a trip to Maya sites and other interesting places in Yucatan (skipping Cancun), and came back with wonderful memories.
    My original intent at first was to go to Peru and Bolivia, and I still hope I’ll go one day!

    (Note: First time I’m having a look at your blog. There are a few little things which do not display as expected with Firefox. Probably you’re aware of this.)

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