As most of you may know, one of my dreams came true a couple of months ago when Apollo Robbins and I traveled to Peru. We took a week (too short) to make our way through Lima, Cusco, and Machu Picchu. It truly is one of the most transformative countries I’ve ever been, a trip that shifted the emotional furniture of my life and continues to reward me with fresh new perspectives almost daily. Our journey began in Lima, where we got to enjoy stunning architecture and lush gardens at St. Rose of Lima monastery, ate palate-changing ceviche over-looking the Gold Coast at La Rosa Nautica Restaurant, and ended our day with the most unique sunset gazing out at the famous Lovers statue.
I wanted to also thank Style Me Pretty Living for featuring my trip to Peru on their gorgeous blog. You can see highlights from the journey here, and I’ll also be posting more chapters (Cusco and Machu Picchu) in the upcoming days so stay tuned!
A glassy-eyed woman who never cries, Lima’s sky is always pregnant with rain but never rains. The evening we were there, the sunset dared to fight her temper with a thin slice of gold, cutting across Costa Verde, like a rebellious teen in love.