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8th June 2011
piles of salt

H Miracle Review
With excellent description in you articles, I want to thanks for your blog providing a large amount of knowledge and enlightenment..H Miracle Review
24th July 2009

Biutiffol images
From Blog: Arequipa, Peru
28th February 2009

ferry crossint the lake
Hi, we have been too there and y dont remember the name of the town (?) with the soldiers monumet. can you help me?? Thanks
10th April 2008

Cusco and environs
There is a print option within each entry (bottom left) but I don't know how well the pictures will turn out. The pictures are probably best viewed on your computer but the text should print out fine I would think.
10th April 2008

From my hometown Strathroy
I am looking with interest at the pictures, looks like you all have a good time, I am trying to print the whole works so Mom can read them. It must be a great country nature wise, keep looking at the farming part of it and try if you could compare it with Canadian way of farming. Talk to you later. from Dad
9th April 2008

Hockey updates
Well, there weren't any NHL highlights on the evening news ... but, the internet being everwhere I was able to keep track of the stumbling sens backing their way into the post-season. Now that I'm back (and heading to either game 3 or 4 vs Pitts) they'll hopefully put it all back together and make a run.
From Blog: Arequipa, Peru
8th April 2008

Peru
Leaving from North Virginia we got home April 6 at 9 PM driving 1026 Km. The cruise was good checked out St. Thomas, Curacou, Aruba etc. Gained one LB per day.The weather is good back home 17+c and probably it's good in Peru, talk to you later, Dad
From Blog: the Maritimes
7th April 2008

Hockey Updates?
Hey G, do they have NHL updates in Peru? Your beloved Senators squeaked into the playoffs. 7th place... playing Pittsburgh. As for your trip... awesome photos. Hope you're still having a great time.
From Blog: Arequipa, Peru
5th April 2008

San Diego
hopefully ... sometime we can work in a visit
5th April 2008

Sounds great...now i'm really getting excited to go on my trip too!!!! Now that you've made another friend in San Diego, the Timmerman clan will have more of an excuse to come visit me in San Diego. :)
5th April 2008

Eric´s blog
Hey, I just re-read your blog entry too ... Heather is right, pretty darn similar. I think our perspectives on things are still quite similar when we travel. Regarding the water on the salar, it was only really in one spot just as we were leaving. I was so hoping for it as I´d seen pictures elsewhere ... it was barely enough to get the reflection shot ... but that was enough for me.
5th April 2008

beer
my favourite so far has been either Cusqueña or Arequipeña in Peru (where I am right now). In Bolivia they had a pilsner that was pretty good ... I can´t remember the name ... La Paz Pilsner maybe?
5th April 2008

Just re-read my blog entry from my Bolivia trip in 2002 -- it was almost identical! Heather said she wouldn't be able to tell the author between the two http://travel.ericdsouza.com/2002/06/potosi-bolivia.html
5th April 2008

Your blog brings back a lot of memories! You're lucky that there was water on Salar de Uyuni -- I was hoping for that but it was cracked dry when I was there. I'd forgotten about the train graveyard -- that's a cool site and a nice bonus on the trip
5th April 2008

I made the post!!!!!
Awwww..... Thanks Gerry! You made me smile, and I only hope I can one day meet your new friend Jamie. My cousin lives in San Diego, and I have been threatening to move there for at least 4 years now... Anyway, thanks Sweetheart for the shout out. For some reason, I'm in a funk tonight, and you put a big smile on my face. It's the little things... Good friends, good peeps. Okay, enough sap. What kind of beer do they have? :P
4th April 2008

Lares Trek
I have heard of the Lares Trek but I´m not exactly sure which one it is. Is it a 4 day trek, or a 5 day? In any case, if all of the ¨Inca Trail¨ treks are booked the major difference is that you´ll likely end up hiking to Aguas Calientes (which is a town near Machu Picchu) and then hiking up to Machu Picchu the following day (or taking a bus). On the Inca Trail treks you hike down to Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate early early in the morning.
4th April 2008

Lares Trek
hey gerry, have you heard anything about the Lares Trek up to Machu Piccu and any comment on how it's different, cuz i'm planning to go in the summer and the mail trail permits are all gone.
1st April 2008

The Inca Trail
I didn´t see that many wild animals ... mostly little rabbits and birds of all sorts ... and Llamas, horses and donkeys on the first day.
1st April 2008

La Paz, Bolivia
I didn´t see the Bolivian navy at Lago Titicaca ... and I was looking for them too ...
From Blog: La Paz, Bolivia
1st April 2008

cool...
Very cool trek...we love the forest shots. It's all so surreal looking, so old. Any neat wild animals around?
31st March 2008

I think I stayed in Hotel Vienna when it was in the state of disrepair. Did you see the Bolivian navy at Lago Titicaca? How's the altitude treating you?
From Blog: La Paz, Bolivia
30th March 2008

trek
Yes, it´s definitely up there. If it isn´t number 1 then it´s pretty close, I haven´t had time to think about it yet. I´m in Uyuni right now and I´m about to head off to the Salaar in about 45 minutes. More amazing sights to see!!!
29th March 2008

Your notes brought back great memories. This is really a fantastic trek to do and hopefully is a trip highlight. You've got some great photos!!!!
28th March 2008

trek
Hi Gerry, So how does this rate amongst the most amazing things to see in the world? For me it's still #1. ...Eric
28th March 2008

Oooh, ruins
That's it... I'm officially jealous! Looks like a great trip. Enjoy.

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