posted: 28 Jan 2008
Let me tell you about my day yesterday. We were up bright and early because we had a lot of things that we wanted the group to experience.
Peru is certainly a land of contrasts. The previous morning we had all witnessed the majestic splendour of the high snow-capped mountain known as Hauscran as we flew back from Hauraz in the small plane.
Today we travelled to Peurto Belen and witnessed what must be one of the saddest places on earth. What a contrast between the...
posted: 26 Jan 2008
Finally we arrived in Iquitos tonight. Here we are in the Jungle after an eventful day of flying. Huascran is the highest mountain in the Peruvian Andes and earlier this morning I was able to take this picture from the small twin engine air craft flying at 26,000 feet.
It is absolutely breath taking. The psalmist was right when be said, the heavens declare the glory of the Lord
Reflecting on the visit to Kusi it is such a contrast to the heat of the jungle. A...
posted: 23 Jan 2008
We had an early start today. We were up at 5.00am and heading for the airport at 6.00am. Here is a picture of Paul Clark and myself boarding the 18 seater plane. Here is an interesting thing: you can take 18 up to Hoarsz in the Andes but only 14 people can come back. So Willie Gregor and Gavin are heading down the steep mountain pass on the service bus tonight.
We have had a most eventful day. Coping with the altitude affects people in different ways. People can...