Travel Digest #852
Another day of great places and stories around the globe to read about! This time we have great stories from Peru, Australia, UK, India, Singapore, Suriname, Italy, Switzerland, Portugal, Vietnam and Sri Lanka- So a little bit of everything! - Enjoy 😉
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🥇 LESS THAN $1 ???????? Peruvian street food tour | VILLAGE FOOD Pisac Cusco Peru CHEAP EATS by @waybeyondpadthai
Peruvian Street Food again and again! In this food vlog, we're still in Pisac, a sacred valley in Cusco, Peru trying some village food and Peruvian food in general. Anticucho was one of the few foods I tried. As mentioned, LESS THAN $1! Crazy Cheap Eats in Peru is so possible!We also took a collective to San Salvador, a village not so far from Pisac. It got beautiful nature surrounding and a beautiful view up on the hill where El señor de Huaca church located.Lovely and well-spent day in Pisac with some nice company from Korea and the Netherlands. Come join us for a day!
🥈 Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve by @trudeehunter
When I think about my visit to the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, in Queensland, Australia, the words, 'tranquil,' 'awe inspiring' and 'refreshing' come to mind. This amazing subtropical rainforest which overlooks the Glass House Mountains comprises of a 55 hectare landscape. The area is a remnant of the original rainforests which once covered the Blackall Range.It is a wonderful representation of the diversity of nature which encompasses a variety of plant, animal and birdlife, enriching all who have had the pleasure of immersing themselves in this picturesque landscape.
🥉 Tales of the Urban Explorer: Westwood Mill by @slobberchops
While trawling through the story of this mill, I tried to find something dramatic. A recent suicide, a ghost haunts the mill or it’s even a place where transvestites meet for group sex. Sadly I found nothing of the sort besides the usual history. This one hails from the 1790’s and was in use until 1981. I looked through some reports from ten years ago and the decay difference is startling. It has really gone downhill and at times I thought the place was going to come down on me.
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