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  • PeruI'll be leaving Argentina early this morning at around 7:00 am and will be heading to Peru and the flight will take about 4 hours long. Once I arrive at Peru the first thing like always, I'll be doing is Posted by Nick Frias in My dream trip around the world | Jun 6, 2019
  • Blog #8I’m headed to the airport to get in a flight to Peru from my last trip to Trinidad and Tobago, my flight leaves at 6:15pm. The flight was great because it didn’t feel to long knowing that Is was at Posted by RoshonWW in Travel and Tourism Assignment | Jun 3, 2019
  • PeruMy first few days in Peru were pretty uneventful. Lima is a heavily populated capital city and there isn't a whole lot to do. There appears to be a problem with air pollution and even though I spent a week Posted by mattld in An Irish and Spanish Abroad | Jun 2, 2019
  • South AmericaToday I drove from Mississauga, Ontario to the Toronto Pearson Airport. I will take a flight from here to Alejandro Velasco Astete Airport in Cusco, Peru. I’m starting my world tour in South America. I will take an Air Canada Posted by Tharaniyan in World Tour | Jun 2, 2019
  • Discovering Maras and Cusco treasuresWe all slept well after the day at Machu Picchu. We had a slow morning. EJ's ankle was sore so we brought her breakfast in bed from the restaurant. I walked into town to change the last of our US dollars. Our Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Machu Picchu - winding trains and buses to the cloudsWhere do I start describing our day? AJ has written pages of notes about his adventure but his writing is too scribbly for me to photograph and send to you! The day started with AJ getting up at 4 am. Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Ruins in a bootThis morning we had a slow start and headed to breakfast at 8 am. The hotel where we are staying has about ten rooms but people seem to be out all day so we haven’t seen many around. AJ chatted to Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • The road to OllantaytamboHere we go again. The coming week is the national holiday in Chile so there is no school and only two days of work for AJ so we decided he could take those days off! I’ve been planning this trip since Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Volleyball and airport adventuresOn Saturday I was keen to have an early start as EJ's first game was at 11.30 am and I really wants to see a couple more places before leaving. I caught an Uber to the downtown area where the plaza Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Time with locals, ruins and good foodI had a slow start to the day and then P, EC's niece, came to pick me up. We went to Larcomar, the mall I had visited the day before, and had breakfast on a balcony overlooking the ocean. It Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Parks, photos and peruvian cuisineYesterday started with breakfast here in the hotel (simple buffet included at the restaurant on the top floor of the hotel- don't get too excited, it's only 7 floors high so no view ????). I then walked the kilometre or Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Ruins, museums and crazy Lima traffic!It's just over 24 hours since I arrived in Lima, but it feels a lot longer! Yesterday morning we had to be at school at 1.45 am to travel by bus with the team to the airport. Fortunately I was able Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Birds for captivityIn general cocatoos, galahs and parrots are confined to captivity because they speak and it cause amusement to the people, but placing birds in captivity put in danger to them because deprive them of natural food and cages usually lacks Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 27, 2019
  • The most sociable birds When we ask ourselves which birds are the most sociable, and we might point out the parakeets, parrots and related animals that used to join flocks. In Cusco, at the Sacred Valley if we Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 27, 2019
  • Do birds make dreams come true? Science has proved that reptilians such us li Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 27, 2019
  • Travel, the migration of birdsMigration takes place basically in birds to escape from winter and because food become scarcer, this happens usually in the northern hemisphere, they might escape further even until the south hemisphere. In case of wood Ivis there are evidences that Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 27, 2019
  • Most birds predatedMany endemics species such as the duck yellow bill teal known scientifically as Anas flaviriostris are being depredated indiscriminately. Yellow billed teal is an endemic bird of South America. To be specific science have registered the specie in the Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 27, 2019
  • Which birds love being sociableWe say that a flock of birds are gregarious when they group together sharing several needs such as migration, to avoid predation, to share food, to nest. However they are not gregarious if for instance a chick is with their Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 27, 2019
  • Life style of birds by observing beaks and feetLifestyle of birds can be traced by observing their type of feet or beak; for instance the Andean woodpeckers in the area of Killarumiyoj display two toes forward and the other two backward, this features allow them to climb trees Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 27, 2019
  • Protection and flying[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/972036/cd2b5110-5d6c-11e9-9661-db7824cd Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 12, 2019
  • The comunication of birdsAs observed in human beings; when people speak, they are sending plenty information about size, gender, age of the speaker. For instance a big person generates lower harmonic series than a smaller person. In doing so the gender of a Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 12, 2019
  • Feeding chicksIf you are wandering by Tambomachay near the steam, it wil Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 8, 2019
  • Learning to fly[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/972036/f3a46650-5a4d-11e9-8c50-7 Posted by Joyfuleagle in Learning to fly | Apr 8, 2019
  • Amazing PeruFrom Guayaquil, Ecuador we went by bus into Peru after a hot, dusty stop at the border where we were fingerprinted and photographed. We stopped in the fishing village of Mancora for two semi - memorable nights. It Posted by Yukonbecks in Henderson/Gohl-The Big Trip - 2019 | Apr 3, 2019
  • Discovering the birds imported from Perú Peru is a diverse country that has diversity of layers from sea level until the high andean mountains of Huascaran, that about 6650 meters above seal level. Unfort Posted by Joyfuleagle in Birds of Peru for amusement | Apr 3, 2019
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