Winds of Peru. Perhaps Machu Picchu is the first association that we get when we hear something about Peru but this place has a lot to tell! Nazca lines, for example, which consist of spiders, dogs, monkeys and other animals, are also wide known. They were constructed by the Nazca people in southern Peru somewhere between 500 B.C. and 500 A.D. and after so many years, no one knows for sure what symbols mean. Perhaps are lines from a labyrinth or figures that match up with constellations, maybe UFO landing center, or a communication gateway to the celestial gods up above?
Aside from that, about 11.05 percent of the Amazon is in Peru and is home to thousands of wildlife species. Peru’s North Pacific coast is home to one of the world’s most famous waves, the left-handed point break. The purest form of chocolate was discovered in Peru, it is home to over 3,000 species of potato, there is purple corn over there, and so many other interesting things that need to be seen… Amazed by those interesting facts Edward has chosen to visit Peru. It was his bi wish since he knows about himself, something that he had to do, like a point on his bucket list.
And Peru is interesting by its own but when we go somewhere, we can’t predict everything from the start… Edward for example met three strange people on his road to Peru. He doesn’t know them well but they are asking him for some help.