Travelled to Peru/Bolivia... arrived Lima (Peru), via Santiago (Chile) and Auckland (New Zealand), then travelled to/through Lima, Huaraz, Trujillo, Cajamarca, Chiclayo, Lima, Ayacucho, Andahualas, Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, Aguas Calientes, Machu Piccu, Cuzco (Peru), Copacabana, La Paz (Bolivia), and back home via Santiago (Chile) and Auckland (New Zealand)...
In the mountains above Huaraz you'll find Laguna Querococha, Peru.
The legendary Peruvian Hairless dog, allegedly favourite pet of Incan royalty, Trujillo, Peru.
The mystical petroglyphic rock formations of Cumbe Mayo, near Cajamarca, Peru.
Peruvians love their corn, hope you do too!
Lord of Sipan
Ancient Moche burial site, near Chiclayo, Peru.
Plaza de Armas
The Plaza de Armas in the delightful township of Ayacucho, Peru.
Cuesta de San Blas, Cuzco, Peru.
Ollantaytambo Inca Fortress
The massive Inca Fortress of Ollantaytambo, Peru. (3 stitch shot)
Fabric seller at the famous weekend markets, Pisac, Sacred Valley, Peru.
Fields of Gold
Golden fields of wheat on the way to the terraced amphitheatre near Moray, Sacred Valley, Peru.
Stepping back in Time
The unique amphitheatre-like terrace built by the Inca's. They used this terraced site as a nursery to find the optimum conditions in which to grow the plants they cultivated, Moray, Sacred Valley, Peru.
In the hills above Urubamba, warm salt laden waters are diverted, channeled, dried and collected at the Incan Pans of Salinas, Sacred Valley, Peru.
Machu Misty Picchu
A rainy and misty day at mysterious Machu Picchu, Peru.
Bolivia's famous Copacabana beach taken from the summit of Cerro Calvario, Copacabana, Bolivia.
Revellers on Copacabana beach celebrating their National Day, Copacabana, Bolivia.
At 6438m, Mount Llimani, the highest mountain in the Cordillera Real, towering over the highest capital... in the World, La Paz, Bolivia.
Offerings to the Pachamama in the Mercado de las Brujas or Witches' Market, La Paz, Bolivia.