With its incredible geography and endless range of natural and man-made attractions – and one of the world’s fastest-growing economies – Peru has become increasingly popular as a destination for ex-pats in recent times. But relocating to Peru from the U.S. or further afield can be challenging, so you’ll need to research this in detail before making confirmed plans. In the post below, we’ll offer some actionable advice to help you complete your move, particularly in relation to shipping your car to Peru, along with all your household items. (Click Link for the full article)
It’s Monday again! Well, at least it has warmed up here in Northwest Arizona.
As always though, we’re still dreaming of the tropical weather and the vast and wonderful mysteries of Machu Picchu:
Last Monday in February. We’re going to finally see a bit of a warm-up here in NW Arizona. We’re so ready!
Meanwhile, back in the tropics:
It’s a rare snow day in Northwest Arizona. We actually have snow on the ground here at 3,000 ft elevation. I’ll stick a few peeks below the fold.
Meanwhile, here’s another look back to the ceramics of ancient Peru:
It’s a cold Monday in Northwest Arizona today. There was snow on the ground this morning, and there are still patches of snow around the ranch. (See pics below the fold.)
So naturally, we’re dreaming of the tropics and Machu Picchu. Here’s a bird not the least intimidated by the tourists. As one drives through the Sacred Valley there are many waterfalls, and much wildlife especially birds. I’m not sure what this is…
Click to see the winter mountain pics…
Happy Valentines day! It’s cold and rainy here, but we’re welcoming the rain and filling everything with wonderful rain water. The plants really do seem to do better with it.
Here’s a look back: