The relationship was worth saving, they knew as much. But their daily routine was hectic, their emotional lives cluttered and out of focus.
Greenpeace activists sneaked giant banners into Machu Picchu on the eve of today’s UN Climate Summit (COP20) in Lima and unfurled a message urging world leaders to quickly phase out biofuels and adopt a new course toward 100% renewable energy by 2050.
Earlier this year, there was an announcement about Machu Picchu, and it was imminent: An afternoon entry shift was being created for visitors to the Inca citadel, with a deeply discounted rate for Peruvians.
We received the following email from a former client on behalf of friends who are considering a trip to Peru after the New Year:
I have friends that are looking for an adventure in January and are considering coming to Peru and making the trip to Machu Picchu. However, they are concerned about it being the rainy season. What are your thoughts on a machu picchu trip in January?
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Last week Peru’s government signed a partnership agreement with a French company to build a cable car system to reach the Chachapoya temple fortress of Kuelap in Peru’s northeast Amazon cloud forest.