Second only in size to the mighty Brazilian Amazon, the Amazon Jungle covers 60% of Peru’s territory and is considered the most bio-diverse area on Earth. Home to 595 different species of bird, 1,200 types of butterfly, 2,000 species of fish, 300 reptiles and over 50,000 plants, this lush jungle paradise was calling me to… Read More Breathing with the Lungs of the World: The Amazon
“Horses are very keen on body language and what I refer to as “presence”, and expression. They know quite a bit about you before you ever get to ‘em. They can read things about you clear across an arena.” Buck Brannaman. Descended from the horses of the Conquistadors, the Peruvian Paso is “hot-blooded” possessing the… Read More Cruz de Jaime…..My Paso Llano Dance Partner!
Nestled deep in the Peruvian Andes against a back-drop of snow capped peaks, flowering meadows, deep crystalline lakes and abundant forests lays the enigmatic Sacred Valley, a place stepped in ethereal natural beauty and cradle of the once glorious and illustrious Inca Empire. This narrow strip of land running from the old imperial capital of… Read More Dancing the Paso Llano in The Sacred Valley………..