Peru Trip 2013

I never meant for this to turn into a travel blog. It’s hard to write about my life without all the travel stuff though. Travel has been & continues to be such a significant part of my adult life.

I’ve been to Tokyo, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, India, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina, Hawaii, Mexico, England, France, Italy, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Hungary & all over the US & Canada. I’ve just returned from three weeks in Peru.

I went with a few friends. We saw places. Met people. Played with pet monkeys in the Amazon jungle. Hung out with talking birds. Had some adventures. Went to high elevations & suffered from altitude sickness. We checked one of the wonders of the world “Machu Picchu” off the bucket list. The last day I went paragliding in Lima which was exhilarating. Every time I do one of these trips I learn more about myself & the world I live in. More importantly, I learn about the world beyond my door step. It makes me both appreciate what I have in Canada & also see how I take things for granite. It gives perspective.

I’ve always felt that one of the best things a person can do is travel, see the world. Not just all-inclusive resorts & comfy cruises (although they certainly have their appeal) but do the more challenging trips & SEE the world.

Photo’s & video’s can not duplicate the experience of being there in the flesh but maybe it will inspire you to go on your own adventure.


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Hiking around in the middle of god-knows-where in Peru tripping on Mescaline. Probably perfectly safe.


I made it to the top of this mountain so I guess I wasn’t too high.


Machu Picchu, obviously.




Cusco, Peru…a cute town with some seriously old buildings. Like older than Betty White.


A nice artsy shot, if you’re into that sort of thing. Selfie in Pisac, Peru. A tiny hippie-friendly town on route to Machu Picchu.



These fucking birds never shut up.



Pic taken just before one monkey chomped the other ones head off & spat it at me.
Okay, that didn’t happen. The monkeys were almost as friendly as Canadians. Super sweet.



The bugs in the amazon jungle were ridiculous. I have loads of pics of them but I’ll just add this one because it’s also a very lovely photo of me.

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16 thoughts on “Peru Trip 2013

  1. Dear Mistress these writing and photographs show you at onther side of you,intellectual.thanker,thankyou

  2. Good to see that something (bugs) can scare you. Small revenge from poor men you scare to death and keep as groveling worms under your boots!

      • Sorry for my mistake, tough Mistress. Then only the second part of the sentence is true. We, poor men, are trembling with fear in your presence…

  3. Oh, tripping on mescaline you say! How did that come? Was it purely recreational or in the setting of self-exploration?

    • To be honest, I didn’t really ‘feel’ the mescaline much. It tasted so awful I couldn’t bear to consume enough to get much of a feeling.

  4. i being your fan and my brain carrying you all the time as fetishism
    i want to ask you even in these photos
    that are you wearing animal print leggings in the very first pic of yours
    my pervy brain

  5. Mistress T, I loved the non-travel blog! The photos are great, but your added commentary (especially on the birds pic), is pretty damn funny. If you weren’t so amazing in the world of Domination, you could have been a comedian.

    • Glad you caught my humor. But seriously, those fuckers would start yapping at 5:30am. Not so charming then…but bird stew started to have it’s appeal…

      • Yeah, the look on your face says it all. Take the damn picture so I can get away from these fucking things!! Bird stew sounds awful, but shooting a bird who starts yapping at 0530 sounds appealing. Also, the hiking on mescaline comment was good as well….especially after I googled what the hell mescaline was!!

  6. Those captions are gold, jerry…GOLD! Not sure what is my favourite between the “older than Betty White” comment, “The fucking birds” or the violent monkey chomping.

    Great photos, looks like you had a great time.

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