Upcoming Travel Plans!

I am so excited that in a little over one week I will be flying to Peru! I have never traveled to South America before, so I am thrilled to have the opportunity to explore a small piece of a new continent. This will definitely be one of the most adventurous trips I have ever taken, and I can’t wait to share my experiences with you when I return.

Map of Peru
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Soon after getting back from Peru I will be gearing up to reunite with my darling friends in Charlotte, NC. We try to have a “London reunion” (we all studied abroad there together) every year or so, and I am glad we have kept in touch since graduating college. It’s not easy to do with our busy lives these days.

I was also recently accepted into the Global Citizenship Project program at my university. The purpose of the program is to educate us on a new culture and way of life to promote understanding and acceptance. It was an incredible honor to be awarded an all expenses paid trip to an unknown destination with fellow classmates and professors. I just found out they are sending us to Japan! I will be traveling with my group there in March, and I can’t wait to share my cultural experience in this country.

With the arrival of the holiday season I am sure you all have some exciting plans too — even it if it a “staycation!” I would love to hear about your plans, so please share them in the comment section below…

Cheers!

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Erin is the founder of Evergreen Soles. She has traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, South America and Asia. Erin has a passion for traveling, spending time in nature, and appreciating our beautiful home, Mother Earth. She has a renewed focus on learning how to raise her consciousness and connect to the energy of the universe.

19 thoughts on “Upcoming Travel Plans!

  1. Awesome. Still never been myself but I have a very good friend from Peru who says I have an open invite . . . I’ll make it one day. Have a blast and keep blogging!

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  2. How exciting to be visiting two such diverse and different countries in such a short time! I haven’t been to Peru and I’ve only been to Tokyo on a layover but would love to go back. Happy travels!

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  3. Perú??? Can’t wait to read your posts from your next destination… I’ll be traveling there next March too for a couple of weeks, when I’m planning to walk Salkantay hike up to Machu Picchu… I’m really excited!

    Do you know which places are you gonna visit? Should I adD any of them on my Perú-trip-planning-list?? hahha! I’m open to any kind of recommendations! 🙂

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    1. Hi Marina,

      How exciting! The Salkantay looks absolutely beautiful! My cousin and I almost booked that one! We will be staying in Cusco and exploring around there before and after we hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. I would be more than happy to let you know all my recommendations when I get back! If you bookmark the blog or subscribe to our newsletter, that would be the best way to stay updated. I will try to remember to come back to this comment and let you know when I have written about Peru. 🙂

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  4. I am going to embark on a long-term journey to South America next year and Peru is definitely the first three country I plan to visit. So keep the post coming so I can prepare my trip accordingly. Have fun in London and Japan !

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  5. Peru sounds so amazing! I am the culture will be fascinating and the landscapes will be beautiful. I am planning on going there eventually.

    I don’t have any concrete travel plans but am thinking of going to Vancouver for a long weekend in the spring and then Chiapas and Oaxaca in Mexico in the fall with some other trips in between during the summer.

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  6. Congratulations on the Global Citizenship and have fun in Peru! Everyone that I know personally that went had a great experience.

    I wish I had studied abroad in college when I had the chance!

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