Nothing in more American than the 4th of July. It’s a fun, festive, and of course, free time for Americans all over the world. In Perú, though, the 4th doesn’t mean much in my small town of
Sarah and I (my fellow PC friend who also stayed in Yauyos for the 4th) went on a 3 day/2 night backpacking adventure to visit Vilca, a lake called Papacocha, and a forest of queñuales (a native Andean tree). What we found were breathtaking views and up close experiences with birds, waterfalls, trees, and even a local dog.
I don’t have much to write about Vilca, because the pictures and videos speak for themselves. Enjoy!
A little video taken at the waterfalls of Vilca.