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Feds: Intruder killed at Peruvian ambassador's residence

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Feds: Intruder killed at Peruvian ambassador's residence

"U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. secret secret secret secret service service service service officers officers officers officers have have have have shot shot shot shot and and and and killed killed killed killed an an an an intruder intruder intruder intruder at at at at the the the the Washington Washington Washington Washington residence residence residence residence of of of of Peru's Peru's Peru's Peru's ambassador ambassador ambassador ambassador to to to to the the the the United United United United States States States States I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details authorities authorities authorities authorities say say say say the the the the ambassador ambassador ambassador ambassador and and and and his his his his family family family family heard heard heard heard windows windows windows windows being being being being smashed smashed smashed smashed just just just just before before before before eight eight eight eight AM AM AM AM and and and and called called called called the the the the secret secret secret secret service service service service to to to to report report report report a a a a burglary burglary burglary burglary in in in in progress progress progress progress secret secret secret secret service service service service officers officers officers officers discovered discovered discovered discovered a a a a man man man man in in in in the the the the rear rear rear rear yard yard yard yard armed armed armed armed with with with with a a a a metal metal metal metal stake stake stake stake taser taser taser taser failed failed failed failed to to to to stop stop stop stop him him him him and and and and police police police police say say say say it it it it was was was was at at at at that that that that point point point point the the the the officers officers officers officers shot shot shot shot the the the the man man man man he he he he was was was was pronounced pronounced pronounced pronounced dead dead dead dead at at at at the the the the scene scene scene scene investigators investigators investigators investigators have have have have not not not not determined determined determined determined a a a a motive motive motive motive but but but but police police police police say say say say the the the the incident incident incident incident appeared appeared appeared appeared to to to to be be be be isolated isolated isolated isolated to to to to this this this this particular particular particular particular embassy embassy embassy embassy residence residence residence residence the the the the Peruvian Peruvian Peruvian Peruvian embassy embassy embassy embassy says says says says the the the the ambassador ambassador ambassador ambassador his his his his family family family family and and and and staff staff staff staff are are are are all all all all safe safe safe safe the the the the sprawling sprawling sprawling sprawling home home home home is is is is one one one one of of of of the the the the largest largest largest largest in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington surrounded surrounded surrounded surrounded by by by by trees trees trees trees just just just just outside outside outside outside the the the the seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen hundred hundred hundred hundred acre acre acre acre Rock Rock Rock Rock Creek Creek Creek Creek park park park park Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are some foods in life. You really don't even think about. You just eat. Potatoes are one of those foods for me. I don't care if it's mashed, baked, fried, dotted. I love potatoes. They're filling, and well, they get the job done. What I didn't realize is where potatoes come from. I don't even think about it. Here in America, we think, well, they're from Idaho because Idaho grows the most potatoes. But I found out the other day when I was just reading the trivia question online that the potato actually comes from a wild plant located in southern Peru and parts of Bolivia, unknown to the entire world until the Spanish conquest of the Americas in the 1600s. And I wonder how they knew to eat or find it. That's the interesting part to me. And once you think about that, well, how exactly did they decide to bake it and fry it and mash it? Well, it's just fascinating stuff to me. And I got lost for about an hour reading about the genus of potatoes. I know most people don't even think about it anymore. It's just one of those things from the time we're a kid. We start eating and we either love or we hate. I don't know many people who don't love potatoes in some form or fashion.

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Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are some foods in life. You really don't even think about. You just eat. Potatoes are one of those foods for me. I don't care if it's mashed, baked, fried, dotted. I love potatoes. They're filling, and well, they get the job done. What I didn't realize is where potatoes come from. I don't even think about it. Here in America, we think, well, they're from Idaho because Idaho grows the most potatoes. But I found out the other day when I was just reading the trivia question online that the potato actually comes from a wild plant located in southern Peru and parts of Bolivia, unknown to the entire world until the Spanish conquest of the Americas in the 1600s. And I wonder how they knew to eat or find it. That's the interesting part to me. And once you think about that, well, how exactly did they decide to bake it and fry it and mash it? Well, it's just fascinating stuff to me. And I got lost for about an hour reading about the genus of potatoes. I know most people don't even think about it anymore. It's just one of those things from the time we're a kid. We start eating and we either love or we hate. I don't know many people who don't love potatoes in some form or fashion.

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Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are some foods in life. You really don't even think about. You just eat. Potatoes are one of those foods for me. I don't care if it's mashed, baked, fried, dotted. I love potatoes. They're filling, and well, they get the job done. What I didn't realize is where potatoes come from. I don't even think about it. Here in America, we think, well, they're from Idaho because Idaho grows the most potatoes. But I found out the other day when I was just reading the trivia question online that the potato actually comes from a wild plant located in southern Peru and parts of Bolivia, unknown to the entire world until the Spanish conquest of the Americas in the 1600s. And I wonder how they knew to eat or find it. That's the interesting part to me. And once you think about that, well, how exactly did they decide to bake it and fry it and mash it? Well, it's just fascinating stuff to me. And I got lost for about an hour reading about the genus of potatoes. I know most people don't even think about it anymore. It's just one of those things from the time we're a kid. We start eating and we either love or we hate. I don't know many people who don't love potatoes in some form or fashion.

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NutraMedix Founder Tim Eaton Describes Exciting New Product GlucoMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

NutraMedix Founder Tim Eaton Describes Exciting New Product GlucoMedix

"You were just talking about, what does it gluco medics? It's a product we've been working on for it's been under development for many years. And it's a combination of cemento and stevia. Stevia. Yes. Stevia has the sweetener. The sweetener, if it's a whole leaf extract, it has blood sugar support properties, cardiovascular support properties. Does not have that. Saccharin sucralose does not have that. I don't think so. Aspartame does not have that. No. So most people think of stevia as a natural sweetener. But a whole leaf extract of that of that leaf can, as I mentioned, have blood sugar support properties, et cetera. So we combine that with cemento and we did some research and our university did some research and what do you mean our university? Your university now. The one you work with. A university in Peru. Actually the top university improved is doing research and publishing the research is called the calle tano university in Liam Peru. And they did several studies comparing glucoma medics for metabolic support, blood sugar, support, cardiovascular support, and it was very comparable to these other remedies that it was compared to. So that has all been that research has been compiled and it's been submitted to a very high level peer reviewed medical journal in Europe for publication. We're waiting to see if that's going to be accepted for publication. But that's really helped a lot of people, gluco medics,

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Founder Tim Eaton Shares the Origin Story of NutraMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:44 min | 2 months ago

Founder Tim Eaton Shares the Origin Story of NutraMedix

"Have my new friend Tim Eaton, who is the founder of nutrimetics as my guest. Tim, you're right here. I've talked to you on the phone. I've talked to you on Zoom, but I've not met you in person and my audience. Some of them might know you if they watched our programs or heard our programs. But I am just in awe of when somebody lives out their faith in the marketplace. So I want to start at the beginning, but before we actually go to the beginning, when did you decide to really, you know, to leave quote unquote, ministry ministry, and to bring your faith into a company? Well, first off, thanks, Eric, finally great to meet you as well. Thank you for having us here today. Well, I served as a missionary pilot in Peru, the late 80s, early 90s. I met my wife down there. And we had been there once I was there 5 years. And I saw poverty hardship that I'd never seen before, I once again met my wife, I also began to learn about medicinal plants from the tribal groups down there that I spent a lot of time with. And so after about 5 years, my wife and I were talking, why don't we go up to the United States, we'll start a company doing something in whatever we do will send 50% of the profits back to Peru to fund these ministries or these that we're very passionate about. And at that time, rescuing kids that were orphaned, there was a lot of terrorism improved, a lot of parents were killed. But also helping to train and support national pastors, Peruvian pastures in the jungle that obviously would be able to communicate the gospel much better than I could as a gringo speaks will in Spanish. My wife's Peruvian, but it's a whole different culture. So we decided back and that was in 19 91 that we would start a company traumatic wasn't born yet, but I can actually say the purpose was there. It was purpose driven in that whatever we do, we're going to send 50% of the profits down to Peru to fund these ministries

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Images reveal devastation inflicted on Tonga by volcano and tsunami

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Images reveal devastation inflicted on Tonga by volcano and tsunami

"Have have pulled pulled runway runway because because delayed delayed aid aid deliveries deliveries to to the the Pacific Pacific island island of of Tonga Tonga significant significant damage damage was was being being reported reported days days off off to to a a huge huge undersea undersea volcanic volcanic eruption eruption and and tsunami tsunami New New Zealand Zealand is is preparing preparing much much needed needed drinking drinking water water and and other other supplies supplies but but officials officials say say the the Irish Irish on on the the runway runway will will delay delay the the first first fight fight for for these these today today a a tiring tiring actually actually odd odd since since Saturday's Saturday's abruption abruption prevented prevented early early flights flights out out she's she's also also disrupting disrupting satellite satellite cools cools well well communication communication remains remains limited limited due due to to the the apparent apparent severing severing undersea undersea fiber fiber optic optic cable cable two two deaths deaths have have been been confirmed confirmed on on Tonga Tonga so so far far this this in in army army also also crossed crossed the the Pacific Pacific causing causing two two deaths deaths and and an an oil oil spill spill in in Peru Peru I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma thick thick eyelash eyelash on on the the airport's airport's runway runway is is delayed delayed he he delivers delivers to to the the Pacific Pacific island island of of Tonga Tonga significant significant

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'Tribute to Hip Hop & Tupac' ft. 'Keepin' it 100' Crew & Hip Hop Artist Ron Obasi (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #26)

Ball

06:10 min | 8 months ago

'Tribute to Hip Hop & Tupac' ft. 'Keepin' it 100' Crew & Hip Hop Artist Ron Obasi (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #26)

"His mom was a black panther. they were revolutionaries or named after two polycom aroo one of the last inc and warriors from peru who rebelled against spain so he already had a bad ass name. Mom was already a bad ass. He was already he already had it. Like a revolutionary mind. You know what i'm saying. So i mean huge influence me because what he was talking about is shit. I was seeing on the street. You know and For the people. That never really heard early to joe if you could put just a little bit. Just so they know where he comes from. 'cause i wanna give some props. Oh so to. One of the most underrated fun bands digital underground. But now because i used to hang out a lot in alameda. County bro north californian. Just has it going on. They just have a whole different buck. Imbibe say dope is how dope is hip hop in oakland bay area. Plus let me tell you what was great about it. L. a. was on some thug shit l. a. was all gang shit and mexicans hated blacks and blacks hated mexican and i was not into that northern cali they were together by says and bucking brothers. Were hooking up. They were doing party music. doing fun. shit. You know what i'm saying. That's why. I love the northern california vibe but and asians to men but put this song Gioja so people can see where he came from us a backup dancer for this group. Call digital underground. It's called same old song. Can you put that. Drew digital underground always had bucket. Slap in can you show a joke. I'm not playing video. I'm just playing the music video. Said they've they do fun. Videos arrest piece of shock g who just passed resident piece to that fucking genius shot g humpty hump himself bro. What a great character. The one that okay. We're gonna put two digital underground sunk so people can also know who these cats were two. He produced the first shock jeep. I now some jury the party to get naughty your body to the pops all sing and needs bringing everybody's thinking in place as keep the jay z. Mitch new the hip hop stern b. Champagne my hand and won't be on single so this is the style kansas sweat dripping early before we look at the grease on your pantyhose. I love your funnels. Knees please. Slimming on again. What attorney if it's good and plenty. Don't you know rago rago there. I know but i go away. Go to joe. Tropical learn grow. Maybe we just watch because my name is shot. I liked his. Can't stop this to go ahead. And rockdale around. When i hang around with ground chelsea's to proud when i come around. Pass me herath. Bernardi asked me if they can kiss me change one. Republican chose not same right. So that's that's the first time i've ever seen in my semen. The video on mtv wraps one of those shows. And i was like. Wow just the first time i saw him. I was like well. I like this cat right off the bat his swag and i love digital underground. The fact that he was with them. I liked him even more and yeah videos is always like a party that i can just i want. I want joe to show the people so they can go down the rabbit hole. Put humpty hump look at this party atmosphere. I know we've all heard the song. But and this is what the oakland clubs were back like back then sex packets album. Most beginning to end was funny. Ass lyrics go win. Come about the ruin imaging scholar to used to. I look funny but you'll make money so your world. I hope you're ready for me. I got brown south powered by the underground. I'm paul hennessey. You gotta let me introduce myself now football and all the rabbit. Please step in and just like compact stereos. I like the. I like tacky. Spunky sick with this straight tax. The mac but sometimes i get ridiculous crackers and your licorice fact girl committee that skinny. Stop me from getting freak like the girl. I got busy bathroom on clay. Allow me to amaze date. I'd say don't phase me. I'm getting in the tonight. You've got my dad's tall right so this is a fun. Great video and digital underground always had bucket slapping videos. And if you see there's cameos by easy mc light day biz markie way. So you know that's too. I wanna give

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More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 8 months ago

More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

"To this. this is this. Is stephanie rule and julia. Ainsley on msnbc now we have to turn to texas where the migrant crisis maybe on the verge of getting a whole lot worse. You've seen the pictures of haitian migrants camp under a bridge in del rio. Roughly twenty excuse me twelve thousand of them but now we're learning that thousands more could be on their way from columbia from panama from peru. That can triple the number of migrants in south texas. Nbc's mortgage huskies in del rio. Julia ainsley covers the vhs. She broke the story about this new group of migrants. That may be headed here. Truly at what. Can you tell us if you'd think about what has happened in haiti in the last few weeks in the last few years. It's a dire situation at home for them it is. There really isn't a home for these people to go back to stephanie. A lot of these haitians left their home country. Some around the two thousand ten earthquake others during the devastating events. They're both natural and political. That have occurred in haiti over these years. They've been living in south america. Many of them were there around the olympics. In two thousand sixteen their opportunities there have dried up. It is very hard for them to find work or find any way to feed their families and now according to internal documents that we obtained last night. Dhs monitoring a group of more than twenty thousand haitians that have all amassed northern colombia. Maybe the next group to come here. They're also more than a thousand and panama more than a thousand in peru. they're also monitoring these groups to see if they come. Thousands of haitians are gathering in other countries preparing to enter the united states. All dude to to to joe biden and his policies all due to this administration's open borders remember. When hillary clinton dreamed of open borders. It's coming to fruition.

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The Domestication of the Potato

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:12 min | 9 months ago

The Domestication of the Potato

"How many foods that we eat today. All around the world simply didn't exist in the old world of africa asia and europe corn chocolate vanilla peppers green beans pumpkins. Tomatoes and squash are all foods that were completely unknown to the peoples of the old world. Perhaps the most important neural food. However was the humble potato. The potato was originally native to south. America it was first domesticated impro- anywheres from five thousand ten thousand years ago. It's really hard to tell because potatoes aren't very well preserved in the archaeological record. But we know that they were being grown. Probably when studies were first being built in mesopotamia specifically they were probably first domesticated around the area of lake titicaca high in the andes mountains. The first confirmed evidence in the archaeological record comes from the year. Thousand five hundred. You're the coastal city of n con just north of lima peru. The potato was the primary food stuff for the incan empire. Potatoes cooked by ancient peruvians. We're not too dissimilar to how they're cook today. They were baked or boiled and might have been mashed. Potato is pretty much have to be cooked in order for the starches in them to be digestible by humans. Some potato varieties had toxic compounds that required soaking and clay and water to leach out the toxic substances one popular way of processing potatoes in the andes was to make this involved repeatedly leaving them outside to freeze and then thawing them. The next day this freeze drying would go on for three to five nights then they would be laid out and stomped on to remove any remaining water. The result would be white. Rock looking thing not too dissimilar from appealed potato but because it was dehydrated it could last for years. Potatoes had been domesticated all the way down the andes mountains to southern patagonia. In what is today chile prior to the arrival of europeans. The first spanish explorers to the region led by pizarro in fifteen thirty to recognize the value of the potato but when they brought them back to europe it was mostly for consumption by the south american people they brought back with them supposedly and i know this because i actually paid a visit. The first place in europe to grow potatoes was the garden at the monastery in guadalupe spain. It was a place that queen isabella frequently visited.

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The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain

TED Talks Daily

02:43 min | 9 months ago

The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain

"Oblast. Suspend your poly. Say you wish ulama if you answered si we or quay chances are you belong to the world's bilingual and multilingual majority and besides an easier time traveling or watching movies without subtitles. Knowing two or more languages means that your brain may actually look and work differently than those of your monolingual friends. So what does it really mean. to noah. language language ability is typically measured in two active parts speaking and writing and to passive parts listening and reading while he balanced bilingual has near equal abilities across the board in two languages. Most bilingual's around the world know and use their languages in varying proportions and depending on their situation and how they acquired each language they can be classified into three general types for example. Let's take gabriella whose family emigrates to the us from peru when she's two years old as a compound bilingual gabriella develops to linguistic code simultaneously with a single set of concepts learning both english and spanish as she begins to process the world around her. Her teenage brother on the other hand might be coordinate. Bilingual working with two sets of concepts learning english and school while continuing to speak spanish at home and with friends finally gabrielle is. Parents are likely to be subordinate. Bilingual's who learn a secondary language by filtering it through their primary language because all types of bilingual people can become fully proficient in a language regardless of accent or pronunciation. The difference may not be apparent to a casual observer but recent advances in brain imaging technology have given neuro linguists at glimpse into how specific aspects of language learning affect the bilingual brain. It's well known that the brains left hemisphere is more dominant and analytical and logical processes while the right hemisphere is more active in emotional and social ones though this is a matter of degree not an absolute split the fact that language involves both types of functions while lateral ization develops gradually with age has led to the critical period hypothesis. According to this theory children learn languages more easily because the plasticity of their developing brains. Let's them use both hemispheres in language acquisition while in most adults languages latter allies to one hemisphere usually the left. If this is true learning a language in childhood may give you a more holistic grasp of its social and emotional

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"peru" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

02:59 min | 10 months ago

"peru" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Grew which was an effort by righwing governments in the region to overthrow the venezuelan government. This group started in two thousand seventeen. But now st you has elected a sociologist ex-guerrilla fighter dada aspect. Whose foreign minister in he has committed to a strengthening regional integration with organizations such as they will not suit and this lack in a position to the organization of american states so the foreign minister has said that through will no longer support sanctions in blockades such as the blockade us locate against venezuela and the in us locate against cuba. So the foreign minister has said also that peru will act in solidarity with its neighboring countries. This is obviously something that united states dasan feel happy about. Assad said through was one of a. Us main allies in the region in now is moving away. In fact on the day of casillas inauguration the secretary of the state of the united states. Antony blinken call casteel to congratulate him and recommended that peru should play at constructive role regarding venezuela and cuba..

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"peru" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

02:31 min | 10 months ago

"peru" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Talk to me. What happened in the last couple of weeks like so people there. There's a lot of people don't even know what happened in federal with the election. Can you just break down the facts of what happened in the last couple of weeks. Yeah sure so. In june six petrol kostya won the presidential elections in peru. And this as you said his historical never before a casino a peasant. I ruled schoolteacher. A union leader has become the president of peru so casteel also defeated the right wing forces that tried to overturn electoral results that gave casteel dispensary. This is what happened in in the past few weeks so this righ-wing forces including the leads us donald trump's playbook they opposition candidate. Her name is geico for giamatti daughter of former dictator. Fujimori cried fraud with no basis with no evidence in fortunately after a big legal fide more than a month after the elections to place. Castilla was proclaimed precedent earned. From what i understand. I mean gusty people say like oh he's just coming out of nowhere. I mean he does have some political experience right. He organized in education. From what i read right. I mean he didn't just literally come from the air. You know what. I mean like he. He has been involved in some form of organizing in the past correct. Yeah that's correct so casteel was the leader of a teachers strike in two thousand seventeen. Nevertheless it's true that his victory wasn't inspected by deleting peru and of course the righ-wing is not satisfied. And they they still want to get rid of castilla. Say try to during the past few weeks so casteel socialist and he keeps also has indigenous origins so peru's extremely racist country ran as i said historically by the elite school leaf in the capital city in that are mostly white. So right now. Several members of congress are talking about organizing an impeachment process against steel. So so i'm saying this in order to to give you an idea. How much rejection from the elites in the wind castillo is receiving

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What's Happening With Peru's Contentious Election

Latino Rebels Radio

02:31 min | 10 months ago

What's Happening With Peru's Contentious Election

"Talk to me. What happened in the last couple of weeks like so people there. There's a lot of people don't even know what happened in federal with the election. Can you just break down the facts of what happened in the last couple of weeks. Yeah sure so. In june six petrol kostya won the presidential elections in peru. And this as you said his historical never before a casino a peasant. I ruled schoolteacher. A union leader has become the president of peru so casteel also defeated the right wing forces that tried to overturn electoral results that gave casteel dispensary. This is what happened in in the past few weeks so this righ-wing forces including the leads us donald trump's playbook they opposition candidate. Her name is geico for giamatti daughter of former dictator. Fujimori cried fraud with no basis with no evidence in fortunately after a big legal fide more than a month after the elections to place. Castilla was proclaimed precedent earned. From what i understand. I mean gusty people say like oh he's just coming out of nowhere. I mean he does have some political experience right. He organized in education. From what i read right. I mean he didn't just literally come from the air. You know what. I mean like he. He has been involved in some form of organizing in the past correct. Yeah that's correct so casteel was the leader of a teachers strike in two thousand seventeen. Nevertheless it's true that his victory wasn't inspected by deleting peru and of course the righ-wing is not satisfied. And they they still want to get rid of castilla. Say try to during the past few weeks so casteel socialist and he keeps also has indigenous origins so peru's extremely racist country ran as i said historically by the elite school leaf in the capital city in that are mostly white. So right now. Several members of congress are talking about organizing an impeachment process against steel. So so i'm saying this in order to to give you an idea. How much rejection from the elites in the wind castillo is receiving

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Benjamin Franklin Sends a Message to France With His Outfit

Now & Then

02:24 min | 10 months ago

Benjamin Franklin Sends a Message to France With His Outfit

"Is sent during the revolution he sent in seventeen seventy six to try and get french aid for the revolution which was desperately needed so he sent with a commission and before when he had got to francis he'd been there before he had dressed as a french gentleman. He writes to friend actually a female friend and says they basically in six days in france or quote him here my taylor and peru ta had transforming into a frenchman. Only what a figure. I make in a little bag and with naked ears. They told me. I was become twenty years. Younger look very gallant. So he's made into a frenchman. But now seventeen seventy six heat goes back at. Something is very different. He's dresses himself deliberately very different to send a message as he says later in a letter actually to another woman friend which is i was gonna say slip in those in there. I just noticed for the first time. He dresses in very plain clothes. Which i suppose would have been typical of a quaker in the period. He just has his own hair down street. And he's wearing a very prominent for hat which i'll bet a lot of people listening have probably in one way or another seen that image because becomes so famous and franklin wrote think how this must appear among the powdered heads of paris. I wish every gentleman and lady in france would only be so obliging is to follow my fashion cone. Their own heads as i do mine. Dismiss their frontiers. There again. kind of hairdresser and pay me half the money. They paid to them so he comes there. As the sort of plane dressed person no frill to his hair and this big for cap on his head and the french obviously notice it. It's meant to be noticed. And they say things like you. The contrast the contrast between as one noble onlooker in france puts it the contrast between the luxury of our capital of the elegance of our fashions the magnificence of versailles and the still brilliant remains of the monarchic bride of louis the fourteenth and the almost rustic apparel the powdered hair. The plane but firm demeanor the free and direct language of the

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"peru" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

06:27 min | 10 months ago

"peru" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Is. There is an preambule thing that you do. You give us a quick rundown on the different indigenous groups that will encounter were in peru. Oh my they're the two strongest groups are the keturah and the i mata and the catch was speakers in the matter speakers. they have different languages. There are many many different indigenous languages in in peru and quite a few in the jungle as well. They're tribes that their own languages their own cultures but the two main ones are the keturah. Any i matter and you can even see the difference in physically. The keturah are sort of they have a sharper features. The i bought a round rounder faces. You can actually see the physical difference the the catcher who lived in the mountains for so long. Have these wonderful sort of developed chests in the way that an opera singer does because their lungs operate differently and and you can really tell the difference between the indigenous people or they're just Diesels live on the shore. And those who live in the mountains but just by virtue of their chests. So those would be. I would imagine the two big indigenous groups and then you've got afro peruvian along the coast and you've got a lot of europeans probably in the big cities right exactly right. And the africans are on the on the costa and historically all over latin america on the coast because the spanish colonial powers understood very quickly that people could not work in the fields in the way that they wanted someone to work on the sugar plantations and the moon plantations the coffee plantations because they couldn't stand the heat and the field work so they sent the Indigenous up into the mountains to do the mining so the africans who were very. You're used to the hot weather and to feel work. Were kept along the shores. So that is you know. History created that distinction. This is travel with brick. Steve's we're talking with marie arana about the people of peru her homeland. Her book is silver sword and stone. Three crucibles in the latin american story. We we're just about done with our visit to peru with you but as our tour guide. What would you do to broaden the itinerary beyond visiting much. Up to be sure we get a a nice representative experience in peru. Well i would. I would definitely say and this has always been a puzzlement to me. Because for so many years People would come to peru with they would just completely neglect lemon. And hop over to kuske. Oh and feature which are indeed beautiful. Who's co is just a wonderful historic city and is just a fabulous natural wonder but skip over over lima or through. He'll or a deepa. And i have to tell you that within the last fifteen years or twenty years the peru has become a capital of culinary arts the cuisine of peru which is a fusion of indigenous and afro peruvians and chinese and asians. We have a lot of japanese and chinese and european culture and that fusion of food is so popular and so it's very special very special kind of food and you will find that in the cities where you will not find it in the in the beautiful mountains necessarilly and you know how to keep by his Intellectual center it has a wonderful university has always been a place where you know the smart people were. We've been talking with marie arana. Her book is silver sword and stone three crucibles than the latin american story. We it's been so nice talking with you. It's gotten me fascinated with that thinking about one. We can travel again to go down to peru. I'm just curious next emiko home to peru a home in the sense that we spend several months year there and you get settled in. What will you and your husband do it. Just kind of celebrate your there. What what is that sort of ritual that yes now. We're back in peru. Oh you know. Every time are playing lands within four or five hours. We are down at a restaurant called a fiscal. And it's but we call the cvt. Ya where are they serve. Heavy chain savita should only be served on midday. So you always go for lunch. So what is to be. Savvy is fish right from the water. I mean they've caught it that morning. That's the reason why you have to eat it for lunch. They catch it that morning off the coast of lima. And it's cooked in in lemon and lime and it is absolutely divine. You know this is in. Lima are absolutely fabulous. That's where we go right away to say we're home now. we're here. That is that good travel tip for all of us maria. Thanks so much. I hope that you have a sivy chain in your near future. Thank you so much rik. It's such a pleasure to talk to you. Burn for some of our listeners. If they aren't making travel plans they're remembering where they've been. Here's a few travel haiku britain and sent to radio at rick. Steves dot com beverly sizemore from albuquerque. New mexico will always remember the fun of having a sauna. In finland. With the icu. She wrote sweat sting birch leads shrieking joy as kim meets lake the neath the midnight sun. Jd markman from clever. Missouri has a layover in mind and their travel plans. Fly me to the moon with ireland. Stops before me. I will be there soon and gasparovic and her son from pittsburgh. Pa sent haiku to her sister. Well road tripping through yellowstone national park and the grand tetons. Here's a few examples of what they wrote. Traffic jam ahead car stopped all over the road. Oh it's just a deer. Did i see a moose stopped. The car turned around. It's just a log no haiku today. No more counting syllables. We just need a break next week. Crossover cultures with an american made a new life for herself in bhutan in the himalayas and in a bit we'll plan a getaway to barcelona. It's travel with rick. Steves tucked away in the mountains. Between indian china. The remote buddhist country of bhutan is a nation with no traffic signals. It aims for high value low impact type of tourism which requires visitors to go on.

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What Separates Peru From the Rest of South America?

Travel with Rick Steves

02:17 min | 10 months ago

What Separates Peru From the Rest of South America?

"With rick steves with an insider look at how peru stands out from the rest of south america. It's where author and journalist. Marie arana grew up before her bicultural family moved to the us. She writes about her identity in her book. American teacup read. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much. Rik good to be here. I'm just really excited for you to be my tour guide because is country. I know very little about before we get into this discussion about the people of peru. Just give us a quick one paragraph description of your homeland you know for a country that's the size of roughly the size of california not much bigger. It's an astonishing place because it has just every kind of land form you can imagine. Rick it has the coast it has the desert it has the jungle it has the mountain has the planes. It has all of that and if you fly over peru this is amazing to me you go from one land form to another land form just in the course of a few seconds. It's it's really astonishing place geographically when you compare peru to the other south american countries. How would the people of peru see themselves Compared to the countries that surround them. Well you know we are an andean nation and the andean nations are of course colombia and ecuador and bolivia these are the the spine of the andes of course runs through the whole continent. But we are. We call ourselves and ian people because we are a mix honesty so mix of indigenous and white and black in a very different proportion. Shall we say to. The people of venezuela which are are less india less indigenous more more black and the colombians as well which has a much larger population of blacks than we do improve we do have afro peruvian along the coast who have been there for hundreds and hundreds of years but we are distinguished. I think by our indian ness. And i think that you know the people of argentina. The people of that people are why they come. They come up to peru and they're they're struck by the truly indian culture that we have okay so when you say

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GlucoMedix - Naturally Supporting Healthy Glucose Levels

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 11 months ago

GlucoMedix - Naturally Supporting Healthy Glucose Levels

"I'm just fascinated because the more you learn the more interesting it cats and you were just talking about. What is it glucose glucose medics. It's a pro product. We've been working on for been under development for many years and it's a combination of cemento and stevia stevia. Yes stevia has the sweetener the sweetener if If it's a whole leaf extract it has blood sugar support properties Cardiovascular support properties. Zatterin does not have that saccharine. Sucralose does not have. I don't think so so aspartame does not have that no so So most people think of stevia as a natural sweetener yeah but but a whole leaf extract of that of that leaf Can as i mentioned have blood sugar support properties etc so. We combine that with cemento and we did. Some research and our university did some research. And what do you mean. Our university university now are when you work with a university in peru. Actually the top university improved doing research and publishing the research is called the the Cayetano university in lima peru and and They did a Several studies comparing luca medics For metabolic support blood sugar support cardiovascular support and it was very comparable to these other remedies was compared to so that has all been That research has been compiled in and it's been submitted to a very high level Pure reviewed medical journal in europe for publication waiting to see if that's going to be accepted for publication but that's really helped a lot of people glucose

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Founding a Company on Mission With Tim Eaton CEO of NutraMedix.Com

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 11 months ago

Founding a Company on Mission With Tim Eaton CEO of NutraMedix.Com

"Did you decide to really you know to leave quote unquote ministry ministry and to bring your faith into a company first off thanks. Eric was finally great to meet us. Well thank you for having us here today Well i Served as a missionary pilot in peru. The late eighties early nineties Met my wife down there and We had been there once. I was there five years and i. I saw poverty hardship that had never seen before and i Once again met my wife. I also began to learn about medicinal plants from the tribal groups down there that i spent a lot of time with and so after about five years My wife and i were talking. Look what's you know. Why don't we go up to. The united states will start a company. Doing something in we do will send fifty percent of the prophets back to peru to fund these ministries or these That we're very passionate about in at that time rescuing Kids That were orphaned. A lot of terrorism improve a lot of parents were killed but also Helping to train and support like national pastors peruvian pastures in the jungle that obviously would be able to communicate the gospel much better than i could as a gringo speaks spanish my wife's peruvian but it's a whole different culture So we decided back in that was in nineteen ninety one that we would start a company. Neutra medics wasn't born yet. Both you know. I can actually say the purpose was there. It was purpose driven in that. Whatever we do. We're going to send fifty percent of the prophets down to peru to fund these ministries in and we just felt like no we can make a bigger impact for the gospel Sharing jesus with people that had never heard of jesus before Meeting the needs Feeding drilling wells medical relief etcetera so as nineteen ninety-one long long long answered your question

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Messi Breaks Argentina's Record for Caps at Copa America Win

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Messi Breaks Argentina's Record for Caps at Copa America Win

"Beat Paraguay one nil. It means for the quarters, Argentina will play Ecuador. Uruguay will face Colombia, Paraguay face Peru and Brazil take on Chile Special mention to Leo Messi, He became Argentina's top, um most capped player 148. Performances for Argentina tennis Next at Wimbledon. It was a rain interrupted first day.

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CEO/Co-Founder of Anywhere.com, Zach Smith, Discusses His Business' Mission

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

02:20 min | 11 months ago

CEO/Co-Founder of Anywhere.com, Zach Smith, Discusses His Business' Mission

"So i'm zac. Smith and anywhere dot com is my business and a professional pursuit. I've been at for many years. I'm currently living in los angeles. And how old are you. I'm thirty seven years old. And so what is anywhere dot com. We try to make it easier for people to explore really fun. Places generally thought to be more complicated places. Costa rica peru ecuador. and what have you. Yeah our goal is just to make it easier for families and couples to go explore the world and your website. Anywhere dot com. So i mean that sounds like a pretty generic name so it must have been connected by the domain. Yeah it was an investment in our brand. We really needed to centralize who we are. And what we do in the past. We were really focusing. On one market not was costa rica and as we steadily expanded into other markets such as anywhere panama anywhere peru etc were just juggling multiple domains and so bringing all of that content and our brand into one unified website just became a long term investment in our real vision for what we want to do and accomplish and so new people will work in your company and revenues from last year. We have around fifty people that contribute daily to the business. Some of them are contractors or partners. A number of employees but actually in the united states we only have three employees are revenue was just north of ten million last year. So i guess you're thirty seven years old and it sounds like pretty cool job that you have here. I guess you're trying to make people have a better vacation. Is that the idea. Yeah really the world. We live in right now. We believe that experiences are kind of social currency of today so that means going to new exciting destinations and travel in general becomes a big heart that our goal is to assure that the experiences go flawlessly. Take away a lot of the headaches. Disappointments that can happen so people spend a lot of time anticipating a trip but really the only have seven or ten days when they're actually there and if there's even one thing that goes wrong or a couple of things go wrong it can really sour the entire experience so we're accountable to that and we do a planning process that ensures that there's no regrets

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"peru" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"peru" Discussed on This is Today

"It's thursday march twenty fifth twenty twenty. One i'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Well it's var frude gin. I think i'm saying that right. That's what i say every time. I walk around ikea. I think i'm saying that right Yeah i i spent like three hours once. And i key looking for a car for lockin and i. I have no idea where that was It was a desk but confined it anyway. we'll save. That's rest of that story for another day instead. We'll talk about what the heck is of our dog and You know it's not like you know haagen-dazs it is waffles. Yeah it's a an international day to celebrate waffles. now. I know if you've been listening since back in august when we first started this podcast you were thinking. We'll wait a second august. Twenty fifth is national waffle. Day will yes it is. You are correct but the waffle is such a great thing did not only. Is there a national day for it. But there's an international day for it so you get two days a year to celebrate waffles and get discounts at various places especially over in atlanta here. They've got a lotta discounts and atlanta for waffles today. So if you happen to be listening and you happen to be in atlanta then you're gonna happen to be eating waffles later. Probably at a great deal Anyway waffle today it's also maryland day. Which means. I'm not going to have very many listeners in maryland today because it is a day off for most of maryland What is well. It's the legal holiday Observed for the landing of the first european settlers in the province of maryland And they do all kinds of events. Basically it's a lot of like you know Cheap entry into museums and historic locations. Things like that. The good news about that as many of those are live type of things but a lot of those are virtual. So if you're a fan of history might wanna go check out maryland. Day dot org There's plenty of stuff on there for you to check out and do some virtual tours It is also a national medal of honor. Day today The medal of honor was created by president lincoln to honor union service people who valiantly fought in the civil war it has been given by the president ever since and they're giving them out about three thousand five hundred and twenty medals of honor. As of this podcast who knows maybe biden gave one out between me recording it. And you're listening to it who knows But yes they are given out by the president and oh you know what i almost forgot i do have to tell you jumping back to waffles because you know i get excited about large guinness book of world records things and i almost forgot to tell you that the largest waffle ways one hundred and yeah they did this up in the netherlands and then what about you know you're thinking stacking up waffles right well. The biggest stack was thirty six inches tall. I think i could do better than that. I that was in belgium. But i'm going to give it a shot and we'll see if i can stack waffles all do that. While you take a little break we will be right back to talk about our events and hopefully have some more waffles brand after this. We've got some exciting news.

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"peru" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"peru" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Basically this week's episode is a catch wa language mix tape and this mix tape starts with track. One introducing librado. Yeah that's clearly now my voice. I'm getting mixed eight hosting help from my friend. Dj just john. Okay here we go now. That's lebron connie emceeing at the national theatre here in lima. This past february he's rapping in a mix of spanish and catch wa if you haven't heard of catch wa that's kind of the point. It's the most widely spoken indigenous language and latin america about ten million people speak it and liberal bringing it to people in a whole new way. His mc name librado. Connie means i am a free man and a call and response you hear throughout his concerts is catch wa is resistance. I met librado while in lima peru. And i was in lima on this. Totally non far-flung gig filming young rappers and beat makers which have been doing on and off for the past seven years all over the world priscilla. Anyway i've always been interested in ways. Music leads to cultural mashups like catch one hip hop and how that intersects with identity and the way people feel about themselves and when it comes to documenting hip hop it's always a cool story when different languages and traditions get mixed into the music but it's kind of hard to tell what that mixing means. What does it mean. When someone is wrapping in their ancestral language does that relate to a language living or dying and house. All that culturally significant politically significant. When does it lead to change on. Its face it might seem like the fight for catch. Wise is about lima's pride in their past and that's true but there's another crucial thing at stake here. It's the ability for indian culture to survive and to evolve into the future so to get the significance of what liberals doing we need to start with some background on ketchaoua. But you don't hear much catch. What outside of the countryside in peru ever since colonisation spanish has been the dominant language of government. Business education. Really life in general. And there's of course all kinds of cultural implications with that as well in the broncos music though you don't hear any of that higher he swapping between languages constantly and letting catch while on hooks his call and responses. He's young but he's like a classic ninety s hip hop head and when we hung out. He seemed really comfortable in his skin and sincere about everything. Oh and heads up. We were talking spanish most of this interview. So you'll hear some overdub. English shorter track to deepen the andean bronx. This is teach them what either made from purple corn. It's very delicious from corn. You can even make teacher. They hold a credible. We're walking down along. Walk walking for a little bit. We are eating a kind of <hes>. Proven popcorn and we're drinking a purple corn based drink. Ginger morava balmy out here. It's not that hot again. Noisy sirens is a cultural hub for peruvians. It's like they're la and new york matching into one about ten million people live here and the population's growing we're walking through downtown. Lima librado told me that when he went to new york to perform for the first time in two thousand eighteen a lot of what he saw reminded him of home unusual ways. You told the crowd that he realized he was like a rapper from the indian. Bronx they loved it. You know. he's a rapper. So he's good with metaphor and there's something very hip hop about his light experience. He grew up in a world that was hostile towards identity specifically his indian catch. Wasp became identity twenty mike cornell so librado wrapping and catch wa flowed great to my ear as someone who didn't have a lot of linguistic and cultural context. It's just good sound but sometimes locals were shocked to hear the language mixed into hip hop track three welcome to the donkey belly sky. And what are those. Locals is my friend oscar durand he's producing and basically co hosting this episode with me. Oscar grew up in lima in the eighties. And i left peru in two thousand two to study and live abroad as a photo journalist. The first time that occurred without those music. I was surprised you know he was not the first time i catch wa. I heard it when i was in crew. Obviously but it was the first time that i hear someone rapping ikeja and he was a new context for language at the energy. So i knew that. I had to meet this guy told me the story man. I wasn't there so you know. I already heard about him. So i was really curious about his because as a journalist i have my my antennas. You always scanning for interesting stories to last time when i was visiting peru i was there for work. I send a message of media and she told me. have this concert. why don't you come. I couldn't make it but him and his band were playing this rehearsal space so i just went and then we start chatting and it was just such great energy because i felt like i knew these guys forever and then they start playing and it was just the most amazing experiences having peru because he had this concert just for myself. But what was it about him that shocked locals. I mean there's great musicians in peru for sure. So what was it about librado. That made him stand out. Well its first surprising to catch on. Because when i was growing up catcher was really around me in school. Remember catcher being mentioned in our history class when we were talking about the inca empire our glory days but those days are long gone and many people would not associate catcher with innovation or success.

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"peru" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"peru" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Thought I wrote him and cannot use your poster for my new show and he said yes and that's how I got the title but I I thought it was. I was feeling things in my life kind of happened in Rocky Way and I thought you know I am feeling tense right now in this world. So so that's a perfect title for my just took it from there and I started choosing songs that I was interested in singing because I like to sing them and bribing stories around can work those so it all came together. I noticed this time around the songs you sang in. The show seemed to go by much quicker Did you work with the musical director to integrate the cabaret elements into the performance better? Yes I have a guy and all of my shows I create my own tracks because that is something that bothers me when I go to see other people shows is that they will use karaoke attracts and therefore it is they. Sometimes it is a full four or five minutes song and I think you could have shortened that song so I will sometimes even shortened songs and I also feel that in a in a live show. Music has to move a little bit faster than it does on a recording or on a karaoke track so I kind of make them flow a little bit. I try and make them feel a little bit move a little bit faster. It reminds me of the way. Npr USES MUSIC. To sort of buttress is the WORD BETWEEN THEIR SEGMENTS. And so it keeps us like engage kind of clears our mind and gets ready for the next them ideas that you're presenting. Yeah and I think a song is another way of presenting an idea. That is emotional. Because it's music so it just sorta emphasizes everything I'm trying to say in the in the monologues but on another emotional level. Because it's musical will and grace's back on television after a decade of I guess and you're one of the as far as I know one of the few drag Queens over made an appearance on the show and a very memorable -ment when you're getting ready and dragged the way a lot of drag queens today do so on social media right except underneath your little box. It didn't say I don't own the music. Yeah that was a fun little GIG and I think it's great that the show's deck on the air. I hope it does well. Have you gotten a chance to see it? Yeah I saw the first. Of course the first episode. I've watched it in Chicago in my hotel room. And what are your thoughts about it? I I enjoyed it. I am. I think the so. I think it will get better as well. I was surprised at how political it was. Okay think about when that show first came on. Tv It's amazing that lasted it. Resonated with With America I mean people watched it. There were probably people who were homophobic. That watched that show that liked it. I mean I think the show was really really important and I think about the young kids that got to seek a character that didn't exist when I was young. So on that level I think the show really did wonders and I feel like right now. They probably think what have we got to lose some. They really went for it in that. First step aside with the political statement. So what's the first gay character you saw on television? Togo on all in the family. There was one episode. We ARE CHEAP. I. I'm not sure if I remember this correctly but there was a trans character that saved archie bunkers life with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation So they were exploring so I remember. I remember that I remember watching Phil Donahue and there would be drag queens and Trans people often as guests on his show and I remember Tula who have been James. Bond girl was trans and she was on the show and the whole audience loved her. You're so beautiful. Yeah they loved her and then they had other transpeople on who warrant as maybe fortunate as too late in the looks department and it was so interesting as audience turned on them disgusting. You don't even look like a woman you know. Just that was so interesting about beauty in this country even back then and I try out for maybe. I'm on soap. Do you remember? So Billy Crystal say gay character. He was gay but then he was not gay or then he was trans and then he was not trans or something. It was. Yeah I mean. The whole thing was ridiculous. It wasn't the best you know And I would say that. The first positive experience I had with a gay character was when I went to see. Victor Victoria. The movie to Classic Robert Preston. Yeah and now we see Victor. Victoria's all over the place with the women pretending to be dragged. Wade's right. Yeah they are. I'm sorry I shouldn't say that. It is kind of an obstacle right now since gendered women are facing even though we all like we welcome you. You're part of our community somewhere in the back of our minds. Where like not really? Hey I do welcome them. I think anybody feels that drive to be self expressed and dress up and it like let them let them explore their clown inside or whatever it is that they are drawn to listen if you go to a gay bar and they have a woman who calls herself a drag when he gets up on stage and you don't find that interesting. Is it really that big of a deal? You know what bothers me? Moore's those Bachelorette parties. What don't you like about them because they you know. I when I would do my show on in P. Town I had some and some of them are wonderful but I've seen them ruin people's shows 'cause it's not about they're just out to get drunk and have a great time and be the center of attention when you're a drag queen even. You can't even compete with you know with that. It's too much you an peaches. Christ and Chad. Michaels did the witches of East Bay. Send up of the witches of eastwick. Yeah and who do you play you? Don't play share. Obviously you're a Susan Serandon Serandon. How do you tell the unfortunately like it's it's a show that I'm dynasty but a lot of us don't get you know shown in San Francisco New York? I went to see. Peaches do great gardens with jinx soon and. I thought it was so much fun so when I got online to greet them afterwards. I finally got up to say hello to them. And I'm David Wonderful on is peaches. You ever can think of how to work me into a show. I love to work with you. So she said really and I said yes of course in. I'M GONNA take you up on that and I said Oh I would yes. So that's how I mean. We knew each other before then but I had never been asked to do anything with her so I I wanted to work with her so then we were talking about. What could we do in? I thought if which Eastwick but I assumed while she must have already done that and then she wrote to me saying what about which is the feast Chat to and that that's how it came about in the development of the dialogue in the show. How much of a hand did you have in that like? Did pizzas right material for you or did you guys collaborate together pieces throughout the whole thing and then said punch it up with your voice how you would say things or people love when you can work in so I worked in the tension. Tamer T. I worked in little bits here and there. I made a joke about Chad. Data was really nervous about like he'd be a good sport about it but he was great. Seven surprise them with it or did he hear it in rehearsal. Didn't get the script with the revision. An a something happened and the first time he heard it was in rehearsal but he was great. I make I make fun of his basically. He's making fun of my wig That I haven't changed in all these years and then I say to to chat. I say well it's true. I don't like change. Which is why. I've never really can't to your face and it's a good dig. Yeah And he was a great. Did you intentionally set out to make Coco Peru? Look the way she does today. Or is that something that evolved over the course of the years it evolved. It's bet. Did you see that twitter things? Some kid in England. I think he was. He's very young. I guess he said that I would never win. Repulsed drag race and that and that is said that on my might look is so basic and I'm I'm a basic clean and well I have to laugh at it because I just think you try writing a one person show or you get even most of the drag Queens in the planet to try and write the shows that I write some now but anyway it's just that I chose at the time in New York City. I wanted to set apart. I wanted to be different than at that time lady. Bunny you picture the day care you know other ones. We're pasting broken mirror to their faces and it was very an. I just wanted to look the opposite. I made a very conscious choice. Not to wear a lot of jewelry not to have a lot of sparkle.

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"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"It's yeah so we got a table and it was amazing it was like a sixteen course meal and they had planned everything based on it was basically like a map of Peru Il going through all the different regions by altitude and it was absolutely amazing. It was still probably the best meal. I've had in mind tireless prising affordable for the number two in the world. Yeah like I think it was like around one hundred like a meal for each of us which I mean. Yeah yeah that's a lot in Peru but it's the best restaurant in the world and then they tried to charge us for water and I was actually I kind of freaked out. We like or they were like. Would you like mineral water and I was like. Oh hell fancy yes it would and then it was like twenty dollars a bottle of water and I was like no I would not I am going back to a hostile. No thank you. I think we actually bought accident. I did and I was horrified But it's not it all just like super bowl in Lima. Do you remember the bread place. Oh my God abandoned Sola they have the best like it was like Barada and sun dried tomatoes bread olive oil avocado but it was like the best spread. We went back like eight times. Did you say best to spread. Just wanted to make sure whatever I'm standing. What and then God? Okay Marco. The oxyde pies octopus like grilled octopus on Cole's and like yes and we know octopuses the Super Smart Animals and yes pushes not occupy but this was delicious and it used to be my favorite music. I've turned a corner. We do feel bad now that we know how smart octopus is. That sounds really stupid is what it is but it was delicious and well what they do have really good Soviet j two in Makoko they do and it looks really sketched but just go back follow. The amazing smells. We also took that cooking class. Lima Gourmet the peace. Go Sour Savitri class and I was so excited about it because that that was our first ever blog sponsorship. We felt like the biggest of deals like we literally. We had just started this blog like two months ago and somebody was willing to give us a thing for free and I died. I.

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"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Was just constantly nauseous and then they would serve you food while they're winding back and forth and the food would just spit on you. 'cause you couldn't because it was winding back and forth and then they would like play those like really loud movies at all hours and it was always like movies that made it worse to be on the bus and it was always like themed movies. Do you remember that there. Is that one day where it was like fast and the furious and then so the whole time were like going one hundred miles per hour around these mountains washing the fast and the furious and i felt that we were like in the fast various which is sort of bad as it was. It was actually pretty. Well yeah can we. Just bring the music. Yeah and then it was like a movie about like a bus that got hijacked plato. Three three bus we were on. They played this movie about a bus. Getting hijacked close to fifty seven or something like that and it was the guy that plays again in the walking dead. I think they were just like it makes sense. It's the theme. This is the bus theme so sometimes it was like it was like movies about things going very fast getting stolen and then there then there was that one time where it was just movies about dogs dying. It was like three movies in a row about dogs. Oh yeah they're dying horrifyingly dying and then there was the ones about the daddies there was like it was like vin diesel had like a bunch of babies and then the next movie was jackie. Chan had babies. It was it was the weirdest thing. Yeah the buses and peru the other thing about it though is that they always are like overnights because perused like it's hard to fathom how big peru is because it's also it's a lot of wind roads mountains. Yeah so the buses always take hell along. Yeah i'm not going to get it back into my rant. Ran is over done so the the hostile that we booked in what is was a climbing hostile that had like rock climbing outside rock climbing. Did we do. We did zero. Actually the minute that i got off the bus i thought i was just nauseous because of the bias but it turned out that i had a really bad case of altitude sickness. We got off the bus immediately walk. Hill it sucks it like i. This is the first time that i legitimately had altitude sickness..

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"peru" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

Practical Wanderlust

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"peru" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"Was just constantly nauseous and then they would serve you food while they're winding back and forth and the food would just spit on you. 'cause you couldn't because it was winding back and forth and then they would like play those like really loud movies at all hours and it was always like movies that made it worse to be on the bus and it was always like themed movies. Do you remember that there. Is that one day where it was like fast and the furious and then so the whole time were like going one hundred miles per hour around these mountains washing the fast and the furious and i felt that we were like in the fast various which is sort of bad as it was. It was actually pretty. Well yeah can we. Just bring the music. Yeah and then it was like a movie about like a bus that got hijacked plato. Three three bus we were on. They played this movie about a bus. Getting hijacked close to fifty seven or something like that and it was the guy that played the again in the walking dead. I think they were just like it makes sense. It's the theme. This is the bus theme so sometimes it was like it was like movies about things going very fast getting stolen and then there then there was that one time where it was just movies about dogs dying. It was like three movies in a row about dogs. Oh yeah they're dying horrifyingly dying and then there was the ones about the daddies there was like it was like vin diesel had like a bunch of babies and then the next movie was jackie. Chan had babies. It was it was the weirdest thing. Yeah the buses and peru the other thing about it though is that they always are like overnights because perused like it's hard to fathom how big peru is because it's also it's a lot of wind roads mountains. Yeah so the buses always take hell along. Yeah i'm not going to get it back into my rant. Ran is over done so the the hostile that we booked in what is was a climbing hostile that had like rock climbing outside rock climbing. Did we do. We did zero. Actually the minute that i got off the bus i thought i was just nauseous because of the bias but it turned out that i had a really bad case of altitude sickness. We got off the bus immediately walk. Hill it sucks it like i. This is the first time that i legitimately had altitude sickness..

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"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Was just constantly nauseous and then they would serve you food while they're winding back and forth and the food would just spit on you. 'cause you couldn't because it was winding back and forth and then they would like play those like really loud movies at all hours and it was always like movies that made it worse on the bus and it was always like themed movies. Do you remember that there. Is that one day where it was like fast and the furious and then so the whole time were like going one hundred miles per hour around these mountains washing the fast and the furious and i felt that we were like in the fast various which is sort of bad as it was. It was actually pretty well. Yeah can we just bring the music. Yeah and then it was like a movie about like a bus that got hijacked plato. Three three bus we were on. They played this movie about a bus. Getting hijacked close to fifty seven or something like that and it was the guy that plays in the again in the walking dead. I think they were just like it makes sense. It's the theme. This is the bus theme so sometimes it was like it was like movies about things going very fast getting stolen and then there then there was that one time where it was just movies about dogs dying. It was like three movies in a row about dogs. Oh yeah they're dying horrifyingly dying and then there was the ones about the daddies there was like it was like vin diesel had like a bunch of babies and then the next movie was jackie. Chan had babies. It was it was the weirdest thing. Yeah the buses and peru the other thing about it though is that they always are like overnights because perused like it's hard to fathom how big peru is because it's also it's a lot of wind roads mountains. Yeah so the buses always take hell along. Yeah i'm not going to get it back into my rant. Ran is over done so the the hostile that we booked in what is was a climbing hostile that had like rock climbing outside rock climbing. Did we do. We did zero. Actually the minute that i got off the bus i thought i was just nauseous because of the bias but it turned out that i had a really bad case of altitude sickness. We got off the bus immediately walk. Hill it sucks it like i. This is the first time that i legitimately had altitude sickness..

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"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"peru" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"I wanted to see two cans cans. Maybe checkout the Kayla Ruins. The ruins are built in the sixth century and occupied for centuries until the Spanish invasion Asian. Yes so how'd sightseeing go. I only left the hostile for roasted chicken and ice cream. Honestly like that's just like a Motif that you're gonNA see during our time in Peru Peru is thought of as amazing sacred land of wonder and mystery but for us. It's like the land where we just gave up. Also can we just go back. There are a two cans currently. How did we not see that? I didn't see a single to Ken. Well it's hard to see them from the bed of hostile. You know what though I was researching later and it turns out. The church is in the Amazonas region which we absolutely did not realize so? We did. In fact visit the Amazon in Peru. We just didn't know it because we never left the hostile. Well you know we did nothing in nothing. I think we just sat inside in our oddly. Moist Room was so weirdly moist. Why was it so moist? There wasn't a a storm or anything it was just as we open the windows every day and it was just continuously moist. That was it. That's all we did for four days so moving on after we went to a hallmark Mukta they have amazing cheese and ice cream and monarch Blanco which is like a caramel. It's like Dosa Keep a they have different names in different countries. Wow you are very very knowledgeable. About Forms of South America are you not like a PhD and Kerma leaning and South America. That's amazing yeah ever PhD. It stands for pretty heavy dude. Yeah we wanted to go to a dairy farm because God America is like the dairy spot and like you know we're from California. We have like a dairy area up in petaluma going to a dairy farm in California means like cheese samples and like fresh milk and it's delicious they don't do that in car market. And maybe like the rest the world is you know if that's the thing everywhere else like that may have just been like are weird California expectations because everybody was like. Why the hell do you visit a dairy farm? We were just like walking around a tour operators. There is a bus stops being like. Please take us to a farm and everybody was just no wait wait. I go first result. com dairy farm is about riding horses milking cows eating farm-to-table cheese the fug. Oh It's two thousand eighteen. That's bullshit we were there two years too early. You know what they probably added in it because we were like walking around being like please take us to cheese samples and they were like wait. These white people will pay to walk around and Shit all the time. We will pay you to milk. Your New York. How's how could you not want to let us do that? We had plenty of cheese though shops and I hate so much ice cream. That's where I discovered my love for. Look Kuma Lukama Luma Oklahoma. It's a Peruvian fruit. That kind of looks like an Orange Avocado and it tastes like Caramel. I thought you had your PhD and Ice Cream name. This is really disappointing that you don't even know how to pronounce Likud move past it loose. There's an a on the end assume. Oh my God so the the main thing that got hallmark is known for is not it may be cheese and ice cream but the other thing is known for is its incredible history call. Mark is the site of the fall of the Incan Empire. And it's actually a place where the last Incan emperor ought to was murdered by Spanish colonizers in what's known as the battle of Markelle which was a huge deal mm-hmm and it's like really incredible history. We'd actually been reading a lot about it before our trip. which by the way if you are a big nerd and you love you know nonfiction and history and stuff? I highly recommend a book called fourteen ninety one new revelations of the Americas before Columbus it tells the story of America's indigenous peoples and these massive massive empires like that incas and Texan Mayans And I found it really fascinating before I visited South America. And that's like minor sidebar. Yeah when we were there we got to go up to the place where ought to help up Were there we got to go to the place. Route to walk a stood and watched the Spaniards like swarming over the mountain towards him coming to defeat his empire gave me chills. Also it was like really cold up there but yeah that was amazing. Awful other thing that we did were the INCA bath. NFL Yeah the yourself Inka. There's like these These natural mineral hot springs and back in the day that was a luxury SPA FOR INCA elite. Those wagon the day Today's not so much. It's like you walk past like the sulfur smelly cement pools and then you wait for two hours in the sun so that you can sit for twenty minutes in a large bathtub with an estimate commit room. Yeah you can't like actually sit in the mineral pools outside which actually do have really pretty surroundings? You're just Kinda like inside this room listening to the people on either side ahead of you. It was a little underwhelming. Yeah we'll because the thermal baths are like boiling and then they have to like manage the temperatures again. Actually sit in it but that was kind of it for COM Markelle. Yup Yep so next. We went to one shock. Oh honestly probably top. Ten on the town's revisited. In South America. It had the best severe J. At me. Please do at us because we would like to know. where else has amazing Savitri because we are really missing it since we left pro instagram practical Mondelez twitter parts go wander and they also did That you don't ask the fish which we don't is and you may be thinking of like you know like pork rinds. You buy in a bag in Peru. She Delicious Fried Nuggets. They are so good every kind of meat. Teach so that you guys all know one Choco is it's a beach town and it's like famous surfing town and a famous Dj town. Now it is we we also really loved are hostile frogs Chill House soups chill so it was really cool like it. Looks out is up a hill looking out at the ocean so every every night we would watch the sunset over the ocean from our room which was gorgeous and you could just like go down the stairs and be at the beach. It was great everybody was sort of hanging out in the living room and I remember one night. We were watching. The presidential debate with trump versus Hillary and this abandoned kitten came walking up and it was the cutest thing and we all got together unlike nursed it back to health. Oh it was like it was like falling over it was starving and then the entire hostile banded together to take care of this adorable kitten. I still have the scarf that she was bundled up in. You do and we found a really nice home in found a really nice home for it was this woman who liked takes in foster so she was really well taken care of. We got incredibly close to taking that getting getting home with us. We thought about it for a full twenty four hours and then she was like I'll take care where like that's a sign yeah But the coolest thing to do on Choco is those amazing boats made aide out of woven. Straw that are like surfboards. Yeah and so you can either take those boats or you can just go regular surfing which he did How did that go for? You know..

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"peru" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"peru" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Only speak Spanish to live in Peru and some of them speak to catch one once she got the role of Dora is gonna learn that she would have to learn Getcha an indigenous language that spoken in the Andes anon flat bottom line restrictions meningitis can yeah got a cool country cheese he should think impressive what does it mean all those that six pack shall surely perish she started by listening to an audio recording of her lines and catch one and they repeated it word for word over and over again she said she had to learn about three paragraphs in total and sometimes in between scenes Isabella call her and for help one time she was like cooking and she's like what do you need it she kind of was annoyed and I'm like I know you don't understand right now with this is for what I need your help right now please he's a man and the crew wanted to make sure that get your speakers would be able to understand clearly source how to be corrected even after the movie was done a fluent catches speaker with no like Hey that's not right so we fixed it and it's crazy like the amount of detail it's put into into movies like these and those details are important to get right because of how wrong Hollywood has gotten it in the past here's a clip from the two thousand eight movie Indiana Jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull this scene Indiana Jones is in Perot got to Spanish understand a word at what was the catch one local Lincoln's island road with a bunch of the ark of his guys hi Sylvia this clip blows my mind I can't believe it he says he learned K. try from financial V. as men funtrivia was a Mexican revolutionary also this is only ten years ago like all of this is wild right the film has other inaccuracies like placing Mesoamerican pair men's but look like they belong and she needs a in the middle of proof somewhere and unfortunately that could give the impression that they the ad that everything that is below the Rio Grande is pretty much the same thing and we know that's not true that's a medical mental somebody he's a professor of catch one Spanish at the university of Pennsylvania one of the only programs that promote the catcher language in the US a medical is from Perot and he identifies as indigenous there's a legacy of NBC station of indigenous groups and indigenous cultures anything to pay with steel half to clinical proof the value and relevance and knowledge from the unicycle tourism peoples so when these representations and intention the need for percent then we are reinforcing those stereotypes just like the darker trim product consultants America was brought on to consult on the dar film to represent and then call tour in a major film that many people who maybe you will learn for the very first time about the and this and catch fire so it is a unique opportunity medical help.

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"peru" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"peru" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Peru's most of the three hundred children who are being held at a remote border station in texas have now been moved into the custody of the u._s. department of health and human services the decision followed reports that there was not enough food and water at the station and that older children were caring for babies correspondent nick valencia is in el paso this morning shortly after news the condition surface the children were abruptly moved and here's what health and human services has to say about that in a statement they said last week the office of refugee resettlement identified shelter space in its network for two hundred and forty nine unaccompanied children who were located at the c. v. p. clint station facility these children should now be in h._h._s. care as of tuesday june twenty fifth some of the children were being held in what was described as squalid and appalling conditions of bill would provide four and a half billion dollars to improve the conditions in which migrants are being held maybe approved today by the house but the white house says president trump may veto it because it doesn't provide money for border security insulting words from iran today says correspondent jerry bowed lender iran isn't mincing words in response to the sanctions which targeted supreme leader and other top officials and came after the downing of a u._s. drone winning they mean quote permanent closure of the doors of diplomacy iranian president hassan ruhani called the sanctions against the supreme leader outrageous and idiot eric and said the white house is quote afflicted by mental retardation meanwhile national security adviser john bolton says the door for talks is open iran just has to walk through jerry bowed lender washington president trump says the woman accusing him of raping her in the dressing room of a department store in new york city in the mid nineteen ninety s quote.

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"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

Peru Travel Podcast

15:11 min | 3 years ago

"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

"Josh. I didn't realize that was a possibility. But. I was gonna come out from this night. I'm reconsidering point like there's a line of people. I'm so that's kind of the main check in point when you're already inside the ruined inside the macho peach who site and you're about to start the trick. So that's where you sign the book, and you get ready to go, and I had gone up. I took the short route. So I had gone through. I'd only gone overnight to Wisconsin. Then I woke up early in the morning to go and do this hike, and I took the shuttle up from this up to not UP to. And I I could you know, because they say that the shuttle start like around six AM or right around sunrise, but people are lining up already by four AM. It's insane. It's like the worst. Disney line you've ever seen on steroids. Bus. But thankfully, they have like shuttle buses that are just ready to go. Once they do start running so one after the other they'll start than it moves pretty quickly at that point. So I was able to get in before Reggie for the sunrise shot around that time. And I it was so foggy that I remember thinking like I've come all this way expect to walk through the gates and be confronted with this. Majestic like, you know, shot of the sunrise over much p two, and I was like all I see is fog. Gone horribly wrong. Right. And so I was Louis appointed. And then I went that's my decided to just go straight into the hike instead of like kind of waiting for this magical experience, and then I got confronted with having a sign my name in the book and potential risking my life. And that's when it hit me like this may be more serious than I anticipated. I had just gone in regular, you know, like, hiking, shoes like workout shoes. Like meakers, not even like, my hiking boots that now I have proper hiking boots after having done harder trail. But I just I I think what it is. It's the elevating, and so it's not even so much that it's a strenuous trail because I mean, it is and you have kind of you know, at some point you're climbing completely. You know, like if you were climbing a ladder stair, so to speak, but for the most part, it's a pretty it's just a steady incline up. And so it hurts a lot with your like five and you're already kind of short for air and gasping for air. And I mean, I was so desperate on that hike that I was trying. Anything like just feel like I wasn't out a fresh. So there were people that had like, you know, the coca leaves? And so I'm in my mind, I reason that like there's people that dip tobacco and they like put it on there. They like to it and put it underneath their mid to hope that reaches their bloodstream quicker. Right. So I'm gonna do this at the coca leaf. God helps so I have these two. That's okay. Lease now underneath my lip. Like would be. I know anything about this at all. But I'm just so desperate to get like any kind of oxygen because I was so out of breath. And as I'm sitting there with like leaves coming out for my bottom lip. This little little kid who's Horace coming from somewhere in Asia. Just comes. He skips on by with like one. Mickey Mouse hand. Jackson. Right past me, you know, without any issues whatsoever. See here like looking rough for you know, aware and not little kid actually related motivate me and keep me going out of time. 'cause they every time I feel like every time I would kind of collapse and just like. He would just you know skip on by. Oh is this hard for you? That's so unfortunate. So he actually goes a good motivator. I think maybe I needed that to help push up the mountain. And then when I did get up there. I had this wonderful moment. We're finally the fog cleared, and I finally saw the ruins. And I saw them from above which was just amazing way better than anything. I could have imagined. So that was a great experience. You said that it was a pretty steep was earning appoint what you're kinda going on all fours or anything like that. The end. Okay. And what was it like going down? Then. It you go. So you don't go down the same path. So there's kind of just kind of continue walking down the path that you walked up on it takes kind of around down the other side of the mountain. Okay. I mean at some point some of the pass overlap, but for the most part, you get to be you have a little bit of an area where you kind of clear away. And then yes, once they kind of converge again, you might see 'cause I was in the first group. So there were points where I did have people that were crossing backs that were coming in the second group, and I was going down we were on the same trail. So, thankfully, it's not really a narrow trail. Most of the parts you have some pretty good walk in space where you can fit two or more people easily with ample room and shoulder on the sides. But yeah, towards the very end on your way up. It gets to be, you know, pretty much vertical. The stairs are very interesting. I just didn't see those stairs of death. Thankfully, I think. They're just around like, maybe another side. And I was so busy. You know, the fog I think that a really good job of clearing up. You know, how high actually? Was rector you after how awful did it hurt. The next day. We were you pretty wrecked bad. And so I had gotten there around around around fan. My got in there. So by one pm I wanted to stay longer. I really did. And I was just like no can't do it. Like, I need food and bed. Like right now. Do you think what did you do when you're up there? He's actually. I hung out. So when I got up there were a lot of like rocks jutting up and out, and so people kind of took their perch on a rock and tried to claim that rock, you know. And so like, yeah, you have to I gotta find a good rock. Boulder. Stuff from strike. Exactly. And then, you know, maybe if you have your eye on another rock you want to. Person. And then like ask that, I maybe let you take a picture there. So I spent some time like working my way over across the rocks to like this one prime rock, and I'm kind of waiting it out. And then ask him to take a picture there. Which is which is really great as well. But you gotta get your camera to somebody who's on another rock and then. While rocks. That rock right there. And you don't wanna drop things around there either you're pretty high up. So, you know, you just don't want to have to go searching for anything there. So once the top people are really taking their time. Nobody's trying to rush you underway out. There's a there was a guide or some some kind of official Kirsan in some capacity when I got up there that was kind of just overseeing the whole experience, and he had been walking up there when I was walking up there too. And they will keep telling you like, you're so close you're not close. I hate when people do that. So the septic and you're like I've been walking for like an hour like how close close so it's really there's somebody up there. I think just the Martos situation, and you can take your time and make your way back down carefully just being aware that if you go in the first group you will have to probably cross pass with the second group. That's coming up. Came back down. Did you get down to see the temple of the moon? So I went down, and I got kind of a ruins tour of the runs that were right there immediately around the area. So this was back when you could still walk in and around the site. So somebody just came and they did kind of a quick hour and a half tour of like, this is this particular building, we use it for this particular. But I didn't go to the sun gate that was that was too far behind like another two hours. And so I don't remember if I saw the moon temple specifically. But I think it to see that point. Yeah. I saw some ruins. So much care. Just wanna go home. Give me Margarita. I really yeah. A piece go sour in that case. Would you? So all right. And I got two more on this. So was it worth it? Yeah. I would hike again that was a beautiful hike. And when the fog cleared there that today one of my favorite views. I don't think you get a few like that very often. Yeah. It's just magical in. It's still an and I've taken a lot of pictures now. And it's one of the pictures, I still love, and it's it's me with my hair offers, the, you know. You know, hot mess, and it's still a picture that I'm so proud of at I really enjoy showing people. Yeah. Picture that statement is like that. I mean, I just use bones. But yeah, I mean, I think when people like take a lot of photos, you know, it's easy to phone from the Eiffel tower, you take a little bus to taxi whatever you can step in front of it. But when you get to do something like that or used to have to put some sweat into it puts a muscle work into it. And you get to take that photo. It just means so much more because it was a story behind it. You know what? I mean, they everyone seen these like simple photos that are the cool beach that you're on. But those ones that take work and how this big journey behind. It of like, yeah, I had to hike, you know, of this mountain to get here. And then I found this rock and now a nice rock, and I sat there and then had got another rock. I mean, this is a story in itself. Clearly that photo has a lot of memories attached to it. I think that's really awesome. Thank you. Yeah. Would you wreck? So one thing that we always recommend is is and it's obviously different from everybody. We recommend. And that you do two days PJ, you're gonna do wanted peachy. And the reason is kind of be there to relax the day. You get in go see Mancha peachy. But then the second day do wanna be too. If you wanted to what what do you think do you think that's recommended on your end? Or would you do if you did it again, would you do two different days? Or would you do it all the same day and just kinda tough it out? Now, I agree with you completely. I had to do it kind of all the same day tough it out because of at the time I had my limited work schedule. And I was trying to be back, you know, within a certain point. But if I if I could do it again, I would definitely spend one day just exploring maybe even hiking to the sun gate. You know, really getting to see the ruins for what they are. And then the other day do wanna peach because it does I wanna teach you just drains you and after you're like, I already like seen much to like from the angle, and you know. It's it's a lot. I gotta ask them here. In the way, you say these words, do you speak Spanish, I do. I knew it, man. There you go. I was like man she's saying his way better than I can ever think to say them brush up on Spanish. That's awesome. That's super cool. I mean, do you think are you in the running to go back to Peru sometime soon? I would love to had a great time in Peru to date the pack of socks that. I bought they're still my favorite souvenirs time. They actually serve me really well in Iceland of all places else's like my toes are frozen. And I was like I have these bomb Alcock assumption for REU and actually my fear like sweating like amazing socks. And they're like nine dollars there versus the sixty dollars you'll pay for them, and they US so they're wonderful. So great really amazing souvenirs kind of like a local culture there that you can support I loved when I was in Cousteau. I went to the planetarium there that I thought was phenomenal. We got to see planets, and you know, just really learn a lot about the stars on the southern hemisphere. So I learned that there's all kinds of different constellations that I'd never knew of before, you know, just with my own little constellations on this part of the world in in North America. So it was good to see that contrast. And there's just so many natural wonders in Peru. I think are really needed. It's it's completely even on tap. In terms of what we often has. So basically a recap everything recommend it. It's worth it doing in two days. It's very difficult. Very strenuous. You're gonna want probably did on the second day. And then just relax afterwards. What else you think? I just kind of want to touch on something that you had mentioned, you know, the kind of like Disneyland, and you kinda showed up did you, you know, with the regulations of how many tickets they allow and how popular is did you were you able to get tickets when you were there did you get him at a time. So I didn't sign up bar enough ahead of time to get them through the regular booking site, just as a regular person. So I had to go with an actual tour provider that sold me kind of like a do it yourself option. So they gave me all the tickets set up the trains for me. And I just went and did it myself. So I landed in Kuske, oh, and then somebody met me up. There gave me everything I needed to get on the train from Cousteau Wesleyan things. And then from there they had already arranged the shuttle in advance for me. So I had my shuttle ticket I just had to get in line, and that was pretty convenient. And I think a good middle price point for any. Obviously, I I'm always a big fan of budget travel. So if I can book something direct, I will book it directly through the ticket booking website. But it just wasn't a possibility for me at that time. So that's why I had gone with that other option and I had chosen to do wanna peach as an add on with them. But you can do it yourself at make the reservations yourself, obviously. It's the member where to go to save the most money. All right. So sounds like that's a good good cap on one. And definitely recommend it which is good. We're going to have to add it listening, something go. Let's talk about what you got going on outside of Peru SCO now. So your books out. What else you got going on? So I'm actually working. I that was my first book that it, really. Well, my second book did wows while actually cracked the one top one fifty on Amazon's free list when I did the free promotion. So it's very excited about that. It's called UNIDO vacation how to travel with a fulltime job. And now, I'm working on my third book in this kind of non-fiction how to Siri how to series to help people get over the common excuses. They use not to travel and the last ones on solo female travel, specifically it's going to be called the solo female travel guide, and it'll be out in March team in super cool. Thank you. A lot of great stuff going on. We can't wait to see in here. Can I as you keep exploring and kind of keep up with you? I would say we're falling Instagram. Jenna jet plan makes you guess check it out. Also got a great blog genita- jet plane dot com. Played or not it's the same exact title. If you will the Instagram and sounds like there's a lot of good books coming out to it's super exciting to see what you're doing. And the fact that you were one of the many that are choose me few rather who's been able to just kind of like, you know, what I'm making it happen. I'm making it work. I'm gonna go travel the world, and I see a lot of really cool sites and make great memories and have experiences so kudos to you. Thank you. It's been a big life change. But it's been completely worth it. And I encourage people to just try to travel, even if they can't make you know that giant leap to even try to fit in travel a little bit in their own lives. Even if they do wanna pay too much trolley one day like I did that when I was working full-time, and it's always worth it. It's always worth it. Who they so much? And we really appreciate you again. This is David lost momentum. Kevin grow Jen on a jet plane. Check her out is the Pru. Treva podcast guys.

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"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

Peru Travel Podcast

08:02 min | 3 years ago

"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

"Know, you are on your way to this is where your money's going truthful hands down like there's not like this is where it's going. It's going back to help people. It's going to again, I can't stress that enough. How important that is to our foundation. That's one of our pillars of our company. And we're pushing it help people help grow communities help educate. I mean, the future were were opened up a lot of different things hopefully for female guides. And just I remember when we were leaving when we were leaving Ryan commu that first time just coming down and just being super Taj. And and until then. Like, it was just we were just running a company. I remember looking at David insane. I don't wanna let these guys down real. Like, let's let's make this thing work. So we can we can do something for these people. It's incredible. It's an incredible feeling. And I think that when you if you ever do travel with us, and you're able to do the Ryan community, obviously, I highly recommend it because to gateway drug because you're basically we're doing we're gonna try to get a trip here. That's basically voluntarism, but this is the gateway drug into you being able to see how you can make such an impact it's not necessarily about giving money as much as it is interacting with these people. And so you're able to go to Ryan community, and you're able to see these kids we have photos of Lindsay braiding someone's hair a little girl's hair like it is impactful. I mean is and these little girls had never like they don't get to hang out with with you know, tourists and travelers like it's not. Really thing. And so you're able to bridge that gap all of a sudden and see something that's real people to connect with the community that you otherwise could never ever dreamed to connect with now granny you don't speak their language 'cause you won't even speak Spanish, they don't speak Spanish speaker schwa-, but you have the ability to be a part of something that you realize men like I'll make an impact. A touch touch the lives. The reason I say that as you know, we met some girls that were like sixth grade, and she's like, I want to be too good and instantly. It opens up an idea or concept of being able to internships and allow them to learn better English with David guides, and there's a lot that can be developed from this and every time that you're booking through a company. That's like Kaci that is really trying to set up these good morals, not going to say, we're the only ones out there that do this. But the second able to open up that dialog of hey, how can we make life better? That's when things get real things get really, emotional and really beautiful. And that's I'm talking about my feelings of it's all its feelings. Too much. I gotta tone it down. But I mean, it becomes a beautiful beautiful experience. And I really hope that everyone listening does to experience that. And if you haven't do it somewhere else, it's amazing. I'm gonna I'm gonna digress here and move onto the next part? But the other the other thing that I want to touch on besides like helping these local communities, I don't benefit from tourism in and outside of. Helping David and his family and making sure that our guides and reporters toss keys, if you will are paid properly are cooks, etc. Which men that part makes me happy to just wanna touch. Our cooks like we've gone review gotten reviews. People will have had the best meal in Peru. Lima's one of the coronary capitals of the world their best meal has been with us from our our cooks like that is so crazy. So you got three of the top fifty. Yes. In the world. Yeah. That's craziness meal is on the trail. It's nuts. And then let's let's go in and take a cab of that too. Like, so we talk about like what we're providing right, obviously, it's amazing food boom. But this idea of like, we started also not to help people, but David was so fire wanting to generate the best experience ever, he knew everyone he had in network. He wanted to build it. And it's like we wanna step above what you typically. So you're paying what you pay for right? And at times, it may seem like we didn't even touch on this Inca trail cost one. But that should be released or. Soon to be released. But the point is that we give you like a Papa toilet. We give you like peace. Go sours before we give you hot cocoa in the morning. You get a thermal rest for free. You can get a sleeping bag for us. You get like this private experience. This ability to be able to get connected with people that are outside of your normal scope, it's just it makes me frustrated that this is an offer by everybody at the price that it is. But it is what it is. And yeah. In the future things are gonna change. Anyway, as we got some really big news coming out soon, but you're going to be even more flattered as to what we're what we're able to offer. But I I'll keep going here. So outside of that, the next thing is sustainable tourism, which we kind of touched on that a little bit with the proper pay. But it's really it comes down to like making sure that places stay clean, stay functional and respecting the environment that we go to David every time. He takes a drink of anything water Coca-Cola Inca Kola was he do put out for Putnam. That's right. Yeah. He loves the earth. He loves where he is. He loves you wanted to last forever. And I think that's what makes David really the key ingredient here as to what we're doing. Because it all of a sudden we as backpackers have always add and Kevin way, more backer than I am have always had as mentality that you pack, it out you, Pat me pack, it in pack, it out don't leave no trace left behind right. David wants that as well for his community, which that's a beautiful thing. Because believe it or not. There are a lot of places in Koos go outside of the the main square where there's a lot of trash everywhere. And you got to think about a lot of developing countries. There's not a lot of places to put trash and I'm making flak for saying that, but it's true. You I've been to Sierra Leone garbage everywhere in the reason there's garbage arose because there's not garbage. And I mean, I've seen pictures of you know. I've seen some pictures of cell KC trick or this garbage on the side. And whenever I see stuff like that. I mean consistently when I'm talking to David. I'm always asking him too. Big too. Big questions for one are being treated, right? Are they you know, is is everything okay there because we want to treat them really well to make sure we're not trashing places. It's right. Make sure every all the garbage is going up because you want to maintain these places. Exactly now, it's very very valid point. And then and with that comes the responsibility that the more that we get cloud, the more that we get developed into the proving culture and get more established than we also have this responsibility being able to communicate and step up to say, hey, we got a shutdown Remo mountain for at least a week or we go, do volunteer work to clean it up to make better. I don't care if we got build better trails at whatever we need to do we need to find time to do that. And that takes capital that takes volunteers that takes the local Peruvian workers that we can pay to be able to help us to do it to give them a job for the week or two. To me. That's the most important and that is the goal and the big picture scope of like, how can we find a way to make these places work for because not everyone's always gonna jump on board. Hey, we gotta fix us up. That's going to relate. Sometimes we don't have government who's very slow. Well, since we're a tight small business able to get our feet wet right away a note, we're making a change right now. So yeah, I think that kind of sums up really the whole reason why we started Kaci codgy life. And it's exciting stuff. It's an exciting time for us. We've been doing really really good things. We're gonna continue to keep pushing those really good things. We've got a trip coming up here if you're interested. We don't have a said day, we're assuming an August potentially to be able to do a voluntarism trail. We're gonna go to Ryan community spent a couple of days there. There's actually it's it's it's a community outside of right communion little bit further down the road. And the idea is to help picks up a school. We're gonna be able to replace on their toilets that are kind of busted paint the rooms possibly going to spend the night over there in the community and then wake up and keep working and then head out the next day. So it's only today's community, then we're also gonna take you out to do some fun stuff. Like, obviously Dumont you nature so much issue. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, they they see so much for listening. We appreciate it. Again. I'm David because Las he woman Kevin grow the bearded genius. And we hope to hear from you guys soon and see you on the website, his muscles for media, etc. Travels. Take.

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"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

Peru Travel Podcast

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

"Or change. Dave is Dave is a very happy happy, man. It was more like men not only is he kinda getting paid poorly. But then all of a sudden the porters are getting paid poorly and they're getting treated not so much the best. And so we did is we set out to basically try to fix that. And it was it was started with that. And then my vision had sort of develop into like helping communities and things like that's where my heart really originally lied. Kevin kept me true in on on a narrow path of like, we need to make sure that we take care of David I first and foremost goal. And so when we started Kaci live, we basically bridge the gap if you will between like, hey, you're working with us to be able to help them, and so David sort of formulated like an idea of what he dreamed or what he dreamt up. He had tried to sort of business before and kept failing because other businesses were shutting him out because he didn't oughta do marketing. And and these these companies I mean, they're they're from Canada from the US similar to us. Yeah. There's similar to us. And there's nothing wrong with that. I think there's big bad taste mouth about. I need a book local. Well, here's my challenge. The whole book local concept is that if you're if you're booking through us, you're still booking locally. And I know that's weird here. But hear me out. If I go down to Peru, and I'm able to book a trip to Monchy chew, you really don't know what you're getting. So at least Aren it's regulated or somebody who cares, and I can't stress that enough because the the idea here was that David wanted to be able to have something that was sustainable offer a product that was beautiful and great and continue being offered continuously time and time again, David doesn't wanna go on hikes. Right. Like he wants to be. He's getting older he's got two daughters. He wants to be at home with his wife. He wants to be at home with hikes are kind of like the younger people, aka his brother, Frank. So I mean when we think about that though, the goal here was to be able to offer him something that was a little bit longer of stability in a little bit paid better than proper pay is what they call it. Right. And a lot of the a lot of the competition when you go down there. It's like if I'm if I'm at a stand in a farmer's market, and I'm selling apples and Kevin is next to me selling apples as well. And there's an ability to purchase online. I wanna buy locally directly from the farmer. Great. So you go Kevin's got the same apple Zayed you and you come to mean, you're like I tell you my apple is ten dollars. That's what I'm simplifying. And I'm not preaching here. Promise you guys. This is gonna make sense. But I basically say it's ten bucks Kevin say it's five and meanwhile, he's diminishing his product because he needs to make money he needs to be able to support his family. And so we're in this battle all of a sudden more than I combat back and forth. And we bartered bordering may seem like it's this great adventure. And it's this idea that like, hey, I'm gonna find the cheapest bang for my buck now. Are not going to get the quality that you spec to get on top of that. You're also taking advantage of somebody in the local economy that really interior could be taking better. And and that's the problem that I have I guess is is the yes, you can go down there, and you can book these trips by yourself. That's totally. That's the game. You wanna do? Go ahead and do it. And I'm not going to judge you for it. Not like my judgment, Amy matters. But like you can go do that at the end of the day, though, the comes a point in terms of responsibility. And that's why we started Kaci because we wanted to be responsible for making sure that people like David we're taking care of we've had Lindsey Carver on the show, she she was on one of our trips, and she had said that you try to tip our guide, and they refused the tip which is like no don't do that still take the Ted, you know, like instill try to are still tip. But the idea that that she's being paid well enough now where she's not frightened for money. You know, she's not freaking out about where x paychecks want the tip because she's like paid so well good, and that's great. And they still like they're still so much growth opportunities. So. We go ahead with you have something. Yeah. So like, basically what David subscribing is? You know, if you think about the coffee industry for a long time, it was free trade coffee. But then, you know, Fairtrade started get more popular. And that's what you know. Because people wanted to be paid. Well, the the workers in the area. There's a lot of work that goes into a Cup of coffee. That's what we're trying to do. Just make sure that you know, basically free or semi fair fair trade tourism, making sure the the sees the porters guides. Everyone is being paid fairly on top of that. You know, when when David said that we're you know, you're going to be supporting the local Konomi there. I mean, we're we're not outsourcing anything from from for example. All of our gear if you when you're going on that trail with us, it's it's bought straight from overly. Ru there's no there's this concept to that. We have that is very much like even we give back and we'll get into that in a minute. It's always purchase locally. It's all there's never. I think we sent a jacket one time to David. That's the only thing we sent one jacket, and I think it was a hat, and that's about it. And the only reason we did is to make sure that the writing in the low going embedded was was done proper embroidery excuse me was, but as time has gone on we've found out that we do at their job. Exactly so point being is that like we're trying to do it the right way. We're still learning as we go still progressing in a lot of that comes from our travelers being able to tell us about their experience, and what they've got going on what they see. So David obviously was initial part of why we started at David and his family. Then we grew love his family, his wife and his kids and it became this bigger bigger mission. So the first time we went there. We came up the plan. We're starting this business. We're in started with David we're going to partner with him. He's gonna start a company and Cousteau. We're gonna start a company here, and we're gonna partner together. Great. All right. So second part comes into play. My vision was to be able to originally help communities that didn't benefit from tourism. Because one of Sierra Leone got to have a great experience. And it was like how can we find a way to impact communities, and then there's a second part to that that is about sustainable tourism. And we talked about ramo mountain and keeping places clean keeping them long-lasting for the next generation and really how that's our responsibility. Again, everything we're talking. Not really drills down to us to try to be responsible. Right. It's taking care of people. It's making sure that they are getting the pay that they need to get. It's making sure that we're keeping places clean packing impact out mentality. And it's also making sure that there's other places that are blessed fortunate can get the benefits in the income from that entity right out of our business. So yes, we're for profit, but we very much operate as a nonprofit. And here's my here's how I can say that. Over christmas. Actually will ris Ryan action explains when I was going to prove the second time. I ended up telling David said, hey, I need you to do me a favor. I need you to go into a village. And I need you to tell them that we're going to buy them a goat. And he was like what it was like find a community. That's less fortunate. Embalm ago. He's was the weirdest thing ever. And I was like just trust me on this. Like, I promise you. I want them to my offer is that we're in by them. Go buy them pro team. And they're gonna cook a meal for us today. All right, fine. He finds its community Ryan community. And he's like thinks I'm crazy as all get out. We get there and not only just like a an amazing hike. That's so beautiful in is a height that people do take. We didn't see anyone. But I mean, still we know it's a it's a hike that can be taken get up there. They cooked meal for almost killed a sheep in front of me, which about made me cry. It wasn't a go. Actually, they actually got lamb. I was like they tied it up. And I was like no don't do. It. Don't kill it. I don't wanna see this happen. But yeah. So I mean, we ended up. Going through we met with the locals v. Dell was our guy donkey v del had said to us. I can't believe that they made it up there in cash while he didn't speak any English about pretty couple. I think that we're gonna show. Didn't he thought that like he was like, yeah. Of course, they wanna give back Warnaco, but they're not gonna make the hike up. And I was like now we're making hike like we're going to get up there. And so we hike up this beautiful hypes video on Facebook. And check it out. It's right community. You kind of see some of the shots at the hiking. Amazing. It is. We get up there. And we get to eat a lunch with the locals which minds you if you ever do the right community where we bring an alternate launch. Because it is very very very raw very raw experience, and it's not necessarily for everybody. There's sometimes there could be things in your food. You know, obviously, they don't have water that's running to clean a lot of their vegetables. So just keep this in mind, brains, Pepco, tablets and kill anything that goes in your stomach right away. So we get up there. We get to meet the locals we get to see their children, and we get to see how they're interacting in a living. And they're like confuses all get out. Like, why are these guys here? Why are they wanna eat her food? What are they doing right now? And we tell them that. Hey, you know, we're not in the business of telling you what you need in the business of like asking, you what you believe you need and seeing if we can help and the conversation ended up developing David we ended up bringing school supplies up there for the kids originally. And so there was about forty kids ended up getting school supplies and lo and behold, all of a sudden, the next conversation was well, we really would love the Christmas gifts and. And that was something was torn with for a long time lake didn't really like help. But at the same time it definitely boosts morale and keeps people happy keeps kids happy. And so we did is we kind of went fifty fifty right? Like, we really we're going to give them Christmas gifts here in two thousand eighteen and then we're also more school supplies, and we're gonna bring clothes, and so this this Latin this time the fact that it was actually four kids like fifteen to twenty the first the first time. Now. So they then we have this video on Facebook. Check it out. It's beautiful. It is. So well done our friends Toronto. I mean, he killed it from Lima for us and Daniela, obviously came enjoying. But so we we had them come out and film and their spirits what they told us. It was just incredible these kids it's like it's so romantically beautiful because like you watch the video and you're like, wow. Like, we're doing it. We're making a difference. He's kids got close over seventy children showed up and that wasn't everybody. Because again, they still didn't believe we're gonna make it. Now, we have donkeys we've got Cianci's coming with us. We've got like all these these are excuse me, these these balls these these ball dolls like Barbie's, all these toys trucks, cetera t shirt school supplies. You name. It we got it on. It's all coming up on pack meal. Right. Yeah. I mean, when we the first time we went up there as David saying, they didn't they didn't think we're gonna show up. The second time that they would believe right. And like, I remember them saying that usually what happens is they just dropped the Christmas Casaus rather like drop by the base of the hike. Everybody kind of fend for themselves and go down there and grab them which is not gonna that's not her style. So we're guessing their community. We want to be able to be totally. Yeah. So point being is is that they were able to film this amazing video again, please just watch it because it is. It's so heartwarming to know that you're you're making a difference in your able to anyone that's traveled with us. They still listen to podcast in or if you're thinking about traveling with us or you have you know,

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"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

Peru Travel Podcast

09:44 min | 3 years ago

"peru" Discussed on Peru Travel Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm your host day because loss alongside today. Kevin grow into day. We talking about why we started Kaci. News updates that. We're gonna talk about things that we've got going on outside of the normal business. Talk of Peru, kind of do some explanations. As to why we believe what we believe. And. Yeah, just kind of help educate message. We can. Yeah. Sounds good. So before we get started something that recently just happened. You recently just a blog post for new new proven dot com. So there's a guy on there by the name of Tony Donal. He's got a website. A lot of different things about Peru. Got some good guides on. Let's say, you know, you're going to to Lima lake Titicaca akitas. So he's got some guys on there. But he actually did a guest blog post on there about what's going on at rainbow mountain with, you know, the sustainability of the area, and whether it can be maintained with the monitor. That's that's coming into ramo mountain destroying the area. Right. Yeah. There's a lot of degradation erosion things like that that that's happening around rain bemoaned because of the the massive numbers of people. I mean, it's now the second most to replace in improve buying much chew. Yeah. It's pretty rough like his it's there we saw a lot of problems, and then we had one of our guides. We went out there. We ask them take some photos because we knew that there would be waves of people insurance there is and it's unfortunate because as stuff can happen as spots. Get more popular there's not a lot of control happening, right? There's not a lot of the. Garments narrowly always technically stepping in and make sure that these paths could taken care of. And it's really up to kind of like us type of people people who were these two companies people kind of bring out the the known of like, hey, this is this is going to be a problem soon. And we need to be able to kinda step up and figure out a game plan to maybe. I mean, my thoughts, obviously like shut down for a little while or at least like a week out of the year month out of the year just to be able to kind of clean, it up fix it up, and or just have constant maintaining. I mean, you could kind of do something similar what happens within Cottrell. I mean includes down in February year, just for maintenance to make sure it's maintained for people in the future to be able to enjoy it and see it, right? Yeah. That's the big thing. Right. It's all about long lasting and enjoying it for everybody. And that's kind of the big the big kick. I feel like a lot of people don't really think about is. Well, I just wanna go. See I take my Instagram photo. Yeah. Let's this great go do that. But we also think about the future of like the other people that want to take those cool sell fees. Yeah. No. Of course. Of course. I wanna take myself, but you might not be able to all right? And. Yeah, no seriously. It's I mean, it's rim balance beautiful place. But it's got to be maintained. And I suppose as long as you're on the topic of you know, some other websites that's out there. You know, we all like podcasts. And we all you know, obviously, this is approve is specifically a pro-trump with them. Yes. But all about travel here. You know, I've been listening to some podcast doing some research on the internet, and there's actually a website and podcasts I came around that came across pretty cool. It's called a global gas dot com. Started by this guy named Rick Gazarian. And basically what he's is. He's trying to travel all hundred ninety three countries, man. That's that's a feet right there. He's got quite a few down. He's currently at one hundred thirty out of one hundred thirty Peru. He has. Talked him. Sometimes. Yeah. Get him on the podcast a podcast. He has he has a podcast is podcast is called counting countries. Okay. And pretty cool. There's it's a pretty select group of people that have actually accomplish the feat about one hundred people or so, but he gets all the lot of those people on the podcast and talks about their adventures, and what they experienced, and you know, there's there's guys that one guy. His mission was a postcard from each country. And then another guy that trying to go to every country without actually taking a plane, you know, like by boaters. And so yeah. It's pretty cool. So that's what he does. He basically gets people on the podcast that have been all the countries or in the progress got it. Well in my in the process of six is running. Running. I feel like I'm moving. Six ten hourly. How many countries I've been to actually it's a handful? Okay. But still count them on my hands and feet. Sweet man. We'll obviously great article on new Peruvian and this podcast. Check it out. I'm actually interested to see how many people I wish we knew more that done that. So it's pretty incredible. Actually, he according to his his conscious little over hundred people. Wow, they're alive or. That we start getting. Yeah. Go sweet. Well in case, you guys in know, if you are listening podcast, we are a company called Kaci life and Kaci life is a prude travel company, and I'm gonna plug this right out the gate. We have a book coming out that is about Monchy chew, and it's all about much peachy. So a lot of a lot of companies that can do Peru as a whole we felt we couldn't do that in Justice. If you will we wanted to be able to provide you with a guides on each topic. So the tours that we offer and one of them is obviously much Jew. And when we took this feat on we knew going into it that it would potentially be quite difficult because there's a lot of questions I get asked. Right. And we've tried to impact or input all those questions into blog content on our website. But be able to condense that into a book and put some pro tips in there that you might not get on the blog and vice versa. And yeah, really excited about the book hopefully, coming out in the next couple of months, it takes a lot of time believe it or not and under. Zainur? So I we're gonna parts very difficult and then restructuring all the blog content to be a to be put new book is really hard. We're not. I mean, maybe someday we'll be we'll be author some sort. But so yeah, definitely be on the lookout for its book she'd compass everything it's gonna be free. That's the best part right there. So like free ninety nine you don't gotta pay dime. There's nothing for ninety nine does not mean ninety nine cents at means legitimately free super site about it makes you check it out a couple months here. I'm sure we'll blasted all over social media follows on Instagram or Facebook. It is up there. Check out the website get in touch with us Kaci life dot com. We've had some comments people asking us like what's gonna company I wanna book, and it's Kaci life C A C H I L. I F E dot com. Had to think about that in my head. I can't I can't spell or do math. Very well. Well, here we go guys. Let's see we talked about. We're talking today about why we started Kaci life, and why we? Why it's big deal to us. And I think the first there's a little bit back story that comes into play here. So one day I woke up, and I was like, you know, what I just wanna go somewhere that gives me this this idea of an adventure. And I don't think Peru is on that list. I think it kinda like came to fruition after talking with Kevin. And I was I was dating somebody at the time. And she was like, yeah, let's go to Ecuador, and let's go to this place. And then all of a sudden it was like Peru's got cheap lights when we go to Peru. And then have we wanna Kevin come with us? And and like, so basically she would be the third wheel because you know, there's a bromance going on between. So we end up going, and we're going go to prove in candidates said he's like the Inca trail is like one of the most well-known trails in the world. I never heard of it. Hell, I didn't even know. I don't think when Macci peachy was. I mean like it was brought to me by Kayla the time anyway. So we ended up going to Peru, booking the Inca trail and. As we're on the hike of the Cottrell with another company, which will remain nameless. We ended up meeting David, and he is our main guide. He's he's our manager. If you will he's the guy with the with the plan of what when you get through. He's sort of handles everything the best part about David is that his his empathy his ability to care so much for the locals so much to care for his own people the history, the Niger everything I mean, this guy, and he's just a he's just a genuine person that wants to make sure your experience amazing when we caught that we saw that. He was that way. We italy. Just connected. We vibe there was a conversation. That was had. It was like, hey, this is a really great guy. We want to be friends with him. We want to get to know him. And I'm pretty blunt person if you can believe it or not we were talking earlier today about this Kevin pulls the reins on me, like a horse sometimes kinda like Giles back quite a bit for me, which is good. But in this situation. You know, I sort of adding up the numbers of like of like how much we all paid. And I'm thinking man, hopefully, David's like do really well financially, and we asked him not so much like Indra like directly like how much do you make? But it was kinda like conversation, basically proceeded to that through through dialogue, and he ended up telling us, and we're just like baffled and really honestly sad for him. Because here's this guy who's got two daughters. He's got a wife. He lives in a home. That has definitely below standard of living where we live and. Honestly, a lot of people in Lima to really I mean, his his living conditions weren't that. Great. And here's this great guy speaks English. And it wasn't that. We we looked to like fix or

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