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along

Joined: Oct 09
Points: 3


hi eire

Posted: 2009-10-22 08:41 PM   
Hi there, sorry about the chat mishap..

My wife and I had a sudden change of plans, deciding to make Peru the first coutry to visit, left us with very little time to plan, and therefore your help is highly appreciated :)
we're arriving october 28th, and will travel in Peru in November, and possibly early to mid December as well.
Our main concern is weather; We would like to travel at least in the following destinations (while we will more than welcome any other ideas :) - Huaraz and area, Cuzco and area, Iquitos and area, Lake Titicaca and area.
Do you think any of this destinations is problematic weatherwise, or should be visited as early as possible to try to avoid weather conditions ? do you think other destination are more attractive in this time of year ? are some of the destinations problematic as out-of-season? also, if you have any idea regarding how to make a route out of those points, that will also be great (especially where from/to and how to arrive to Iquitos)



agomez101

Joined: Oct 09
Points: 53


Don't Worry

Posted: 2009-10-22 08:37 PM   
Hello!, don't worry it's ok, hope that later we can talk, i see you later

Bye



aufgehts

Joined: Apr 07
Points: 6377


Hi Eire

Posted: 2009-10-20 07:43 PM   
Thanks so much for your comments on the album and report. If you ever really consider going, let me know and I'll give you some more info. There's so many hiking trails there that there's one for every hiking ability. Thanks again!

Cheers friend,
Jill



jorgesanchez

Joined: May 05
Points: 41625


Tiksi report

Posted: 2009-10-17 03:53 AM   
Eire, thanks for you comments on my Tiksi report.
I see that you again traveled to Guatemala and Honduras, you must already speak Spanish!
Saludos
jorge



mistybleu

Joined: Aug 04
Points: 51905


Volcanoes

Posted: 2009-10-15 10:46 AM   
Hey Eire,

Central America is still on the top of my travel list. But whenever go to the Caribbean I have to visit family, so I never seem to get the chance to see regional places. Anyway one day...

Was your trip an organised one with a guide et al or did you go up the volcano on your own (so to speak)?

Unfortunately no real plans for this year. Back to the Caribbean in December and not much else. I suppose technically - well after last year, this has been a quiet year for me on the travel front. But I have a lot of plans for next year.

Catch you later.
Amanda



frenchfrog

Joined: Dec 05
Points: 26139


Hi Eirie

Posted: 2009-10-15 09:38 AM   
You have some great pictures from Guatemala.

It is a long...long story but I was supposed to go to Guatemala and our vehecule was not allowed in so we stayed in Mexico only.

So by seing your pics my mind feels better. It is very similar to Peru and Mexico. But I honestly thing that Guatemala is better!

Well done

Isabelle


porto

Joined: Jan 09
Points: 13044


Volcanicity!

Posted: 2009-10-15 05:47 AM   
Hi Eire,
So great to see your wonderful adventure put together nicely in an album,and 2 great sunset shots too.
All the best
Fred.



pesu

Joined: Jul 08
Points: 15863


Pacaya Volcano Album

Posted: 2009-10-14 05:18 PM   
Eire,
it is great to follow your way to the lava flows. Your stunning photos and texts let me feel and smell the atmosphere... I simply adore pics number 7, 11 and 12! :) Thanks so much for sharing -
Petra



mistybleu

Joined: Aug 04
Points: 51905


Lava flows

Posted: 2009-10-14 09:10 AM   
Hey Eire,

I'm so intrigued with you pictures, I was hoping to see this sight in Hawaii but the volcano was quiet as a mouse and the flows so hard to see.

I’m sure you would recommend this journey?

Amanda



madness

Joined: Jan 05
Points: 6577


Hi Eire

Posted: 2009-10-13 03:04 PM   
Thank you for your message, Japan was really great country with full of oppurtunities taking nice photos. I prepared my first slide with a software, I promise I will prepare a startup slide for your Turkey album next year:) I hope...

best regards,
Burak


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