Iguazu Falls is quite the site to see. We explored this wonder of nature from the Brazil side, getting up close with a speed boat ride into the falls.
With 9 days to explore the Sacred Valley, we’ve planned a combination of down days with sightseeing days, including some of the lesser known sites.
We spent the first 2 days of our Round the World family adventure in Lima, Peru. We spent most of our time exploring the Miraflores neighborhood.
In this last of a 3-part post about Brazil with Kids: We love Rio, I write about the family friendly nature of Rio de Janeiro.
The residents (Cariocas) of Rio are known for their laid back vibe, and we definitely found that to be the case. They were very friendly and helpful to us.
After staying in a small village in the Andes, we appreciated all the conveniences Rio de Janeiro had to offer. It is a beautiful city with a lot to offer.
One of the reasons I wanted to visit two countries in each continent was so that we could have a slightly better sense of the diversity within and between countries.
Before we leave Peru I wanted to find out what the girls thought of this beautiful country. Here’s what they had to say:
How does the saying go ‘Getting there is half the fun.’? That was certainly true of our trip to Machu Picchu.
After 9 days in Sillacancha, I reflect on daily living in this small town in the Sacred Valley of Peru, surrounded by the Andes mountains.