Running a successful company and surfing in the Pacific every morning, sure! Seeing friends a few times a week over laughs and pisco sours is de rigueur. It’s this spirit that I will carry with me.
The district of Barranco is an Instagrammer’s dream with countless walls of beautiful murals telling stories from whimsy and history in every shade imaginable.
and just space. A car drove by here and there, but no other bicyclist. I looked at my waning water bottle and the afternoon sun…. Was this a really stupid mission?
We might not have a lot of time, but we crave finding about the heart and soul of a place, what makes it tick. We want a personalized experience filled with human interaction. Autor offers you this and so much more.
As I read her Instagram / Facebook captions, there is always a “Ooo, what is she up to?” Brilliant, Courtney is perpetually working on an amazing project, but there’s something else that has always captivated me about this beautiful California blonde.
I have tried a pisco sour pre-Peru and absolutely loved it. I was excited to try it again in the home of pisco sours, Lima, Peru.
When in Medellín, the first thing people would say when I mentioned I’m going to Lima, Peru afterwards was, “You’re going to love the food there!” or “They have the best food in South America.”
When I pulled up to Second Home Guesthouse on a February evening this winter and went through the heavy gilded bronze doors, I immediately felt the impression that this property would make on me. The spotlights guiding you through the property at night gave a small hint of the Xanadu vibe that Second Home conveys.
In the past two weeks I’ve journeyed from NYC to Guatapé, Colombia, climbed a giant rock, took a helicopter to the city of Medellín, met amazing people, planned a future life, headed to Lima, met another German and here I am, in the beach / desert side town of Paracas, Peru. I can’t wait to share this all with you