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The Rainforest jungle of Peru is where I participated in a week long Ayahuasca retreat last month. I had taken Ayahuasca about four years ago in a Community Hall in Brixton, London, shoulder to shoulder with 39 others.  From 8pm till 9am the following morning it was a horrible night-long experience of extreme nausea with […]

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Peru is feeling very proud of herself at the moment. The Andes must be preening themselves with delight. Why? Because the World Travel Awards for 2015 have nominated Peru for 7 awards in the South America category. Yes, 7 awards! So if you haven’t been to Peru and are looking for a country which has […]

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‘I’m in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest in a big thatched hut with a revered shaman doing ancient rituals – wow, it’s mind-blowing.’ Mary Gamberg, one of our group. It was one thing walking in to Kapitari, our home for a week in the Rainforest, but another thing altogether walking out. The rain had […]

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‘5.55am! Oh my God I’ve missed the trip up to Machu Picchu.’ As it was daylight outside I knew it could only mean one thing – the group on this Peru Odyssey sacred adventure had gone up to the crystal city without me. I was horrified, My main concern was how to tell people I’d […]

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Day 6 of our 23 day Peru Odyssey and we’ve had an amazing time exploring sacred sites around Puno and Lake Titicaca, experiencing the extraordinary qualities of the ancient (and modern) Peruvian shamanic way. It is amazing to realise how alive this shamanism is. Many of the people recognise the sacredness of this land, it’s […]

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‘So you think you’re off to Peru for an exciting experience – well, we have news for you!’ the dragons have chorused. Their burning poison carried on spurting flames has singed my skin. For the last seven weeks they insistently demanded I listen to their litany of what awful things could beset me. I was […]

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Which city is the jewel in South America’s crown? Which city has won the coveted annual award for being the best and most affordable city to visit in South America? We’re very excited to say it’s Cusco – a city close to our hearts. Thank you to El Comercio and thank you to US News […]

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I have no idea how to get ready for my Peru Odyssey in 22 days because I have absolutely no idea how fit I’ll need to be to get the most out of it. My ‘fat not fit’ dragon keeps pretending I need to have stamina and strength enough for a trek like the Inca […]

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I’m a bit like Hiccup in ‘How To Train Your Dragon’. However, I don’t want to tame it, but leap on its back without apology, harness the forces of nature to fly it like Jake Sully flies the big red Toruk in Avatar. But outside my massively active and inspiring imagination I have been a […]

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‘It was the end of the world…as he knew it!’ Ayahuasca had spoken and she got her way. Can you remember where you were on the 2012 December solstice? Perhaps you were on the first tour organised by Andy and OTIJ, which culminated at Machu Picchu on the 21st of the month. If you were, […]

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