Most people, when you mention Peru, say “Ah, yes, Machu Picchu”.  If Machu Picchu was all there was to see in Peru, it would still be worth going all that way.  But it isn’t; not by a long shot.


Machu Pichu  Peru 1

Machu Picchu

Peru is the third largest country in South America, five times  the size of Great Britain stretching from just on the equator in the north to 18 degrees south with the Pacific Ocean to the east and over the Andean Range to the borders of Brazil and Bolivia to the west.  To the north, Peru has borders with Ecuador and Colombia and to the south, Chile.  The population is around 25 million.

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Wednesday, April 10th, 2013