Blog Link Fixed

Dear Readers,

I recently discovered the email we send when I write a new blog included a link in the image to an old URL that took readers to a page that no longer exists. We corrected that so in the future, regardless of where you click in the image, it will take you to the newest blog post.

You will no longer see the pill-shaped button in the image that said BLOG. That was the culprit. We can always be found at www.seniornomads.com. And don’t hesitate to reach out by email at  seniornomadsineurope@gmail.com  any time. Michael or I will always respond.

You will no longer see the pill-shaped button in the image that said BLOG. That was the culprit. We can always be found at www.seniornomads.com. And don’t hesitate to reach out by email at seniornomadsineurope@gmail.com any time. Michael or I will always respond.

As you can see from the photo below, we are alive and well in Lima, Peru. We usually avoid touristy situations like this, but we were surprised to be given free admission to the Park de las Leyendas (local zoo) since we are seniors, so we decided to spend our windfall on this snazzy “happy snap”. The reason we dressed in this dubious traditional garb and snuggled up to a stuffed Llama was because this will be as close as we get to Machu Picchu on this trip. And as you can see, we don’t have the proper shoes for mountain trekking in the Andes during the rainy season anyway.

Do not be fooled. We are not in the Andes, and there are very few exotic animals at this zoo! We did see lively monkeys, bored Llamas, crazy birds and one lonely hippo.

Do not be fooled. We are not in the Andes, and there are very few exotic animals at this zoo! We did see lively monkeys, bored Llamas, crazy birds and one lonely hippo.

I’ll tell you more about life in Lima in the next blog. but for now, we are off to eat some skewered beef hearts and ceviche, and drink a few Pisco Sours on a Airbnb Experience called Street Foods and Old City Taverns Night Tour. Gulp.

Thanks for following along,

Debbie and Michael Campbell

The Senior Nomads