Category Archives: Peru Spring 2009

100% Baby Alpaca

“100% BABY ALPACA”  is a presentation on a unique expedition, that a group of students were able to take to South America this winter. The Link School is an expeditionary high school located just north of Buena Vista. Comprised of … Continue reading

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Final Post – by Bobby

We arrived back at the Lodge last night around 1:30am after travelling for 24 hours from Lima through customs in Miami and then back to Denver and into the Yukons.   Whew.   That’s a lot of herding, but the students did … Continue reading

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El Misti: The Link School goes to 19,100 (by Natalie)

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Pedro’s Post

We have been on quite the round of tours during our four weeks here in Peru, but we just had an exceptional tour, in a bit unexpected place. Lake Titicaca is known as the highest navigable lake in the world, … Continue reading

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Amy’s Update

I have spent many months in parts of Asia, Europe, and South America and written countless e-mails detailing the events of each trip.  The words have always flown freely from me as I react the the new, exciting, and sometimes … Continue reading

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Lake Titicaca (by Sarita W.)

My watch alarm annoys me into wakefulness at 6:21. Rolling over I tell Shawnee that it is time to get up. She agrees but it is another 10 minutes before I get out of bed and another 15 before she … Continue reading

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Burdens (a poem by Ariana)

We went over this sacred pass for the Andean people. They carry a stone up the pass and leave it there on the cairns. Everyone in the group carried up a stone, or multiple. We were told to take that … Continue reading

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