Peru is known to host most travelers from different countries including the Philippines with an on-arrival visa at the international airport which touches down at the capital city of Lima. Visitors are granted no more than 183 days, as tourists are usually headed towards an hour flight east first to Cuzco, the so-called Imperial city of the Incas. From there, tour operators are everywhere that takes the adventurer another 80 km east to the small town of Aguascalientes, which lies at the base of Machu Picchu.
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Born and raised in Manila, Andrei Oliver Parlade is a Filipino-American who never forgets his roots. He's a writer, explorer, history buff, linguist, freelance content contributor and producer, turtle-lover, proud pit bull daddy, a US Navy Veteran, and a lifelong learner. He has been to over 50 countries, and all 7 continents and continues to pursue infinite possibilities. Join him, and his arf-venture buddy, Seizo in their quest to see the sun, and moon; to chase the horizon and rest in cities, mountains, ice, and sand.