This trip gave me everything I needed to blossom.
I caught his eye as I took my own off the road.
“I could feel the air in the room vibrating as he cleared the negative energies from the man who had come to visit.”
I’m slumped on a dirty mattress in an abandoned hut in the middle of the jungle, dry-heaving into a bucket while a shaman whacks me over the head with a bundle of dried leaves.
“Pilpintuwasi” is Quechua (native language of South America) and translates to “Butterfly house”.
FURTHUR, said the bus.
My thoughts turn to the next chapter of my journey as I prepare to finish my first volunteering project and leave Cusco on my own!
To plant a tree is an act of selflessness. Lowering the young saplings into the ground, I am reminded that…
Catch up on week 2 of my adventure!
“Gringo” is Latin American slang, essentially meaning “an idiot abroad”. Which I am.