Journey to the Inca Trail
By: Roy Lelei
We will depart during the season of spring. None of us can survive in an environment that has even the slightest chill. This is a matter of life and death. We will remain there for two to three weeks.
Modes of transportation
We will drive to the airport, then fly to Texas, from there we fly to Peru. In Peru, our main mode of transportation will be by motor vehicle. Once we make it to the trail, we will be walking, for a WHILE.
NEVER SKIP LEG DAY.
I have the visa my parents gave me, passport is in order, and all other self-identification items are gathered
Lessons will be taken to get better acquainted with both Spanish and Quechua. Quechua is also a very often spoken language in Peru
This is where we will be staying
Two Friends named Buralio and Elijah will accompany me
Food and Drink
I will bring my own and use any I come across
I will remain on a cellphone to communicate with friends, family, and fellow travelers
I managed to convince my family and all of their friends (they have A LOT) to aid me financially. They provided for the hotel and told me to spend money on only what I need. I don't know what my companions will do, money wise that is.
- self injury
- injury of companions
- flight delay
- car troubles
- money issues (for everyone else)