Peru Itinerary: 10 Day Travel Plan (Adventurous Edition)
We get lots of questions relating to how people should plan out their Peru itinerary. Because of that this episode, we are starting with our “adventurous” or “adrenaline” version of a Peru 10 day itinerary.
Below is the quick breakdown but be sure to listen to hear all the details.
Day 1: Fly to Lima
Day 2: Fly to Cusco
Day 3: Sacred Valley Tour
Day 4: Short Inca Trail
Day 5: Machu Picchu
Day 6: Fly to Lima
Day 7: Ballestas/Huacachina
Day 8: Nazca Lines
Day 9: Lima Food Tour or Museums
Day 10: Fly Home
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Below is a transcript that has been modified for your reading pleasure.
David Kosloski: 00:00 Hey there, my name is David Kosloski and you’re listening to the Peru Travel Podcast. A show we talk all about Peru travel. Between my cohost Kevin Groh and myself, we have over six years of working experience in the Peru travel industry. We’ve developed a business called Cachi Life that helps push the limits of sustainable tourism and provides help and support to those surrounding communities that otherwise don’t benefit from the travel industry. We are Cachi Life and this is the Peru Travel Podcast.
David Kosloski: 00:31 What’s going on everyone? Welcome back to the Peru Travel Podcast. I’m your host, David Kosloski alongside me is Kevin Groh. Today we’re doing a 10-day trip itinerary to Peru. That means that we’re going to give you a complete guide, 10 days, and we’re actually gonna split up into two different podcasts. We’re going to do an adventure podcast for a 10-day itinerary for the adventure types. And we’re also going to do another one that is for cultural, more chill experiences. Is that right, Kev?
Kevin Groh: 01:00 Yeah, I mean if you’re one the kids doing the adventure going parasailing and things like that. You want to do something crazy, sandboarding.
David Kosloski: 01:07 Did you say the kids? Like how are you defining kids now? You’re 30 plus years old.
Kevin Groh: 01:13 Six years old.
David Kosloski: 01:13 Okay.
Kevin Groh: 01:14 Versus people that you know aren’t really interested in doing four-day treks or bungee jumping.
David Kosloski: 01:22 Cool. Well before we get started, we got some cleanup work. First off, we’ve got a Facebook group. If you’re new to the Peru Travel Podcast, check out our Facebook group. It is Peru Tips for Travelers. It’s on Facebook. It’s a great community, a great place for people to ask questions. No one makes fun of anybody. There’s no advertisement going on. It’s a great place. Go check it out. Add it. That’s our plug for the Peru Tips for Travelers Facebook group. Also looks like we’ve got some reviews we’re going to check out and kind of give you guys a little bit of, some love because we’ve mentioned in the past, if you leave a review we will post it or talk about it rather. So Kevin’s gonna pull up his two favorite reviews in a second and I’m going to do a quick plug for if you are going to Peru.
David Kosloski: 02:04 There is a business that we started called Cachi Life. That’s why we started the Peru Tips for Travelers podcast. Cachi Life is based around sustainable tourism. The reason we started it was we went to the Inca Trail. We met a guy named David and David sorta changed our lives and we wanted to help him and his family. And after this experience, we started Cachi with David. Partnering up with him and it’s been great. We’ve run it for about three years now and things are going good and we love it. We love helping people. Rayan community’s involved with this. And Rayan community uses a great tour that we offer where basically we send people to a local community, get their real authentic, Quechua experience. Shameless plug it’s Cachi Life. Been throwing it up like crazy. We got some reviews though. We’re going to go into, as we’re pulling up those, Kevin, what do you got?
Kevin Groh: 02:50 So we have one review from a guy named Fortnite Jock. Gave a great review.
David Kosloski: 02:57 Well, I wonder if he plays Fortnite?
Kevin Groh: 02:59 I’ve never played.
David Kosloski: 03:01 Dude. I think it’s kina like Minecraft with like a bunch of killing. I don’t really know. I know you build stuff and I know that it’s like a Battle Royal.
Kevin Groh: 03:11 I thought you just kill things in Fortnite.
David Kosloski: 03:15 I think you build stuff too.
Kevin Groh: 03:16 Alright. I have no idea.
David Kosloski: 03:18 The kids would know.
Kevin Groh: 03:19 This is the kid episode, remember? So they’ll tell us, they’ll write in and they’ll tell us. So the first review from Fortnite Jock he says I’ll listen to the rest of the series just because I’m trying to learn as much as possible for my trip in two months.
Kevin Groh: 03:32 He’s going in October. Right now. These guys are down to earth, which I prefer over stuffy and sterile. They don’t claim to be bilingual experts or geniuses. So I wasn’t expecting everything to be grammatically correct. Which we’re going to butcher some names in this episode here.
David Kosloski: 03:50 Always. We stay butchering names.
Kevin Groh: 03:55 We’re trying, we’re learning. We’re learning. David says we need to learn Spanish anyway.
David Kosloski: 04:00 That German, everything else. Okay.
Kevin Groh: 04:02 So he goes, though I did laugh super hard when in the first episode they were trying to pronounce Bjorn baby backpacks. Bjorn. That was hilarious.
David Kosloski: 04:14 Do you think he meant Deuter?
Kevin Groh: 04:15 I thought it was Deuter that we were talking.
David Kosloski: 04:16 I don’t remember ever talking about Bjorn. I don’t know what that is. I was like… Oh, it’s a baby pack.
Kevin Groh: 04:23 That’s the review we got there.
David Kosloski: 04:27 Cool. Again, if you guys throw reviews, you could throw us a five star.
Kevin Groh: 04:30 We’ll even read the bad one. You know, when they’re like, this is a catastrophe and you don’t know how to say Spanish words.
David Kosloski: 04:38 Yeah. Those are my favorite. Well, we don’t claim to be Spanish experts, but it’s all right. Anyways, guys, let’s get into the 10-day itinerary for the Peru adventure itinerary. And if you guys want this itinerary after we’re done, go ahead and leave a comment. Shoot us an email or hit us up on the Facebook group and just ask. We want the itinerary in a PDF form. We’re going to definitely print these puppies off if you want one. Let us know. Otherwise, we’re just going to keep it hanging onto it until somebody says, Hey, I want that. All right.
David Kosloski: 05:08 All right Kev. So break it down. Day one, what do we got?
Kevin Groh: 05:11 So day one, I mean you’re arriving in Lima. That’s just what it comes down to. You’re, coming into Lima super late. All the flights come in at like 11:00 PM.
David Kosloski: 05:22 Do they all come at 11? Is that, I mean just the States?
Kevin Groh: 05:27 Yeah, from the States. If you’re coming from the States that are coming in, a lot of them are coming in really, really late. Okay. So most flights coming in at nighttime. Yeah. So you’re probably gonna go pass out. Yep. If you do get there a little bit earlier though, you’ve got a couple of different options. You’re probably gonna get there in the afternoon if you’re getting there earlier.
David Kosloski: 05:46 Okay. I arrive in the afternoon. What am I doing?
Kevin Groh: 05:52 You know, you probably just want to do something kinda chill. You could rent some bikes along Miraflores if you’re staying in Miraflores.
David Kosloski: 06:00 Where do we rent bikes?
Kevin Groh: 06:03 Just along the boardwalk down there. There’s a bunch of different bike shops.
David Kosloski: 06:07 If you’re not familiar with the boardwalk, I’m assuming you just walk to the ocean.
Kevin Groh: 06:09 Yeah. Just head towards the ocean. You’ll see it.
David Kosloski: 06:11 Got it, check. You get to the Lima, go to in Flores, walk to the ocean, get a bike.
Kevin Groh: 06:16 And then just ride up and down Miraflores. All right. That’s probably where I would start. So you know leisurely stroll through the different areas, check it out. Get acquainted.
David Kosloski: 06:31 Let’s hypothetically say that we get there, it’s like nine o’clock.
David Kosloski: 06:33 I don’t want to go get a bike and it’s dark out. My first kind of thing that I like to do is I like to get some food. I mean a new country, new cuisine. Where can we pig out the first night there?
Kevin Groh: 06:47 There’s a bunch of different, there are good places in Miraflores. One that’s really cool is if you’re staying in Miraflores, which is kind of a little bit of a tourist district.
David Kosloski: 07:00 It’s touristy, but it’s like it’s a nicer place to stay, right? Yeah. It’s nicer. When we say nicer. It’s not really expensive in the grand scheme of what you would pay for a hotel. And I mean, we’re in Nashville. Nashville is more expensive than Miraflores.
Kevin Groh: 07:15 I mean that’s where your areas of the Hilton are going to be and you know.
David Kosloski: 07:19 And still the prices are pretty affordable. Like we stayed at an Airbnb, I don’t know what we spent, but it was less than a hundred bucks a night. And it was a three-bedroom Airbnb.
Kevin Groh: 07:32 Yeah, it was nice. Yeah. Super nice. So if you’re in Miraflores there’s actually a really cool pyramid.
David Kosloski: 07:39 What about the restaurants?
Kevin Groh: 07:40 There’s a restaurant there. Okay. You got something to do and you got a restaurant. We’re on a ten-day itinerary. We’re going to be efficient here. I’m gonna see sites and eat at the same time word. So Huacapucllana. I think I got that right.
David Kosloski: 07:57 I hope man you’re gonna get tore up.
Kevin Groh: 08:01 So it’s an Incan pyramid site, but there’s also a pretty nice restaurant at the historical site.
Kevin Groh: 08:11 And it’s, it’s good Peruvian food.
David Kosloski: 08:14 And if we’re speaking of experience, do you by chance, remember the name of the tapas bar that we went to? Our second trip to Lima?
David Kosloski: 08:22 The problem is like there are so many great restaurants and you stumble upon them. I think if you go to Google type in a restaurant, the chance to find something good, provided that there are good reviews. I mean, this tapas bar we stumbled upon it. It was delicious. It was great.
Kevin Groh: 08:38 Right. The places, the restaurants in Lima are open super late. So even if you’re arriving late hit the restaurants up.
David Kosloski: 08:44 It’s a cuisine capital of the world. So yeah, I wouldn’t stress it. Since we’re talking about Peru travel real quick, plug on Lima is like you’re in Lima, try to enjoy it. The food is amazing. Don’t just see a city and go, Oh, there’s nothing for me to do or I want to go to the clubs or whatever. Get some food because the food is incredible in Lima. That’s the best ceviche I’ve ever had my entire life. Mangoes, right? Wasn’t the day Mangoes for brunch one time. Mangoes was sick. That was really good. Really good brunch.
Speaker 4: 09:13 I’m surprised you remember that. I couldn’t remember the name. I was trying to remember when you asked earlier. I dunno how I remember that either. I guess another option is a good area to see if… cuz you’re probably going to fly out the next day to Cusco. If you’re on a 10-day itinerary you can hit up the Barranco neighborhood, which is a pretty cool neighborhood as well.
David Kosloski: 09:34 So what’s Barranco?
Kevin Groh: 09:35 So it’s an area between Miraflores and the airport. Miraflores is about a 45-minute drive. Barranco is in between. So it’s a little bit less but that is basically the artsy district. So you’re gonna probably, there are some good sites to see there. Visit the Catholic cathedral. There is a bridge that was built in 1903 called the Puente de Los Supiros, sorry built in 1876 excuse me. But it was built to join the ends of the Gorge in the area, but it’s a pretty romantic area. So if you’re going with your boyfriend or girlfriend, hit it up.
David Kosloski: 10:14 I have so many things. Why don’t we go Kev? I thought we were in a serious bromance. You took me to a penis museum called Museo. What? Yeah. Do you remember the museum that you took me to?
Kevin Groh: 10:27 Museo Larco.
David Kosloski: 10:27 Yeah, you took me there, but you didn’t take me to this? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. All right. Whatever. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you’re gonna have to go back to a couple of podcasts.
Kevin Groh: 10:36 Day two. We’re just gonna skip that. Day two, you are flying to Cusco. You’re going to want to leave really early cause a lot of the flight gets delayed or canceled.
David Kosloski: 10:51 And even still, one of the times we went, we got rerouted to Arequipa. And we stayed there literally on the plane for about three hours. Just sitting on the runway. Like it was ridiculous.
Kevin Groh: 11:08 Yup. So flying in early, you’re not going to have much time once you actually get there because you’re going to get to your hotel and all that stuff. So I’d recommend probably doing a Cusco City Tour, it’s just a half-day tour.
Kevin Groh: 11:18 You’re going to see a few different sites, a few different ruins sitting around Cusco.
David Kosloski: 11:22 Okay. And that’s why you should do it? Cause the ruins?
Kevin Groh: 11:25 If you’re hiking, you’re going to have to acclimate anyway. You might as well do something. Yeah, sure. Move around a little bit. Cause that’s day two.
Kevin Groh: 11:31 Day three. Again, this is a 10-day trip. So if you got more time, you can do the full Inca Trail, but day three, you’re going to do a Sacred Valley tour. That’s what I’d recommend for this next step. The reason for that is because if you’re going to probably do the Short Inca Trail coming up but the Sacred Valley is in between the start of the Inca Trail and Cusco. To see some of the sites, see Chinchero, the Pisac market, Ollantaytambo, a few different ruins sites in, around the Sacred Valley. It’s pretty cool.
David Kosloski: 12:04 What was your favorite?
Kevin Groh: 12:07 Probably Ollantaytambo. It’s a big ruin site. One of the bigger ones.
David Kosloski: 12:14 I think if I go back, I want to see the Salt Mines. That’s the one that in June we go back rather. That’s what I want to see.
Kevin Groh: 12:22 Yeah. Salt mines are still used. I mean they’re still getting salt out of it. It’s cool. Each family can get a little plot.
David Kosloski: 12:30 Wait, what?
Kevin Groh: 12:31 Yeah, in modern-day Peru it’s still actively mined. Each family can get a little plot you might see on the pictures a little square. That’s the plot.
David Kosloski: 12:44 So what do they do you know much about this? Do you purchase a plot?
Kevin Groh: 12:49 That I don’t know if it’s purchased or if it’s it’s just been handed down.
David Kosloski: 12:55 So you like are you selling the salt or is this something that you just use for your home?
Kevin Groh: 12:58 Both. Yeah. There’s also like a gift shop there, they’re making salted chocolate.
David Kosloski: 13:08 Oh man. Sweet salty chocolate. It’s so good! Totally. Alright. Day four, Short Inca trail, right?
Kevin Groh: 13:14 Short Inca because once again, you don’t have enough time to do the full Inca Trail, especially if you want to hit a few different sites in Peru. Make good use of your time. So short Inca Trail is two days one night. The first day is the last day of the standard four day Inca Trail. You’re hitting probably the most beautiful sites on the Inca Trail. You’re hitting the cloud forest and it’s really cold. There’s just clouds ground level with you walking around them.
David Kosloski: 13:45 So real quick, Short Inca Trail is how many days? Two days. One night. So you had started day four and you had still day five you’d end up at Machu Picchu.
Kevin Groh: 13:56 Exactly, yep. It’s day five is of the Short Inca Trail you’re spending the night in a hotel. So you’re hiking the first day, seeing a good mix of what the Inca Trail is. But then day five is spending the day at Machu Picchu. It’s all Machu Picchu day five.
David Kosloski: 14:14 Okay. So rewind quick. Let’s say that we wanted to do the real Inca Trail. What day would that put us at? So we started, we’re again, we’re just to recap for everyone that’s listening day one, you’re finding the Lima, day two, you’re finding Cusco. Three, you’re doing Sacred Valley. Four, you do short Inca Trail. However, if you were to do the regular Inca Trail, what day would you get spit out at too Machu Picchu?
Kevin Groh: 14:35 So starting it on day four. So you got let’s see, four, five, six. You’re going to be out to Machu Picchu on day seven. Okay. So you’re losing a little bit of time. Yeah, you’re losing time. I mean, you can do it, you definitely do it, but you’re gonna have to cut out some other really cool sites in Peru.
David Kosloski: 14:49 What if you did have you started on day three then you’d be ending day six?
Kevin Groh: 14:54 You can cut out the Sacred Valley tour.
Kevin Groh: 14:56 Would you recommend that? I don’t think I would. There’s a lot of really cool things to see in the Sacred Valley.
Kevin Groh: 15:02 If you’re a big avid hiker?
Kevin Groh: 15:07 I mean, again, we’re, doing it for the kids, so it’s adventurous here. So you can throw on that, get that quad bike, do an ATV Sacred Tour.
David Kosloski: 15:16 There is an ATV Sacred Valley. There is an ATV Sacred Valley tour that we offer, and it’s a little cooler than just your traditional Sacred Valley walking tour I guess. Right?
Kevin Groh: 15:27 With that you’re going to be hitting up more of the salt mines and Maras.
David Kosloski: 15:33 Cool. So day five you got all day at Machu Picchu. You hang out much at Machu Picchu. I’m assuming you’re heading home that night.
Kevin Groh: 15:40 You’re heading home. You can also hit up Huayna Picchu that day five, if you really want to do some more hiking, seeing Machu Picchu from a bird’s eye view.
David Kosloski: 15:49 Yeah. And if you listened to the Jen on a Jet Plane podcast, that place is crazy. Like super sketch, Stairs of Death, heart attack moments, find a rock. Cause you know, they’ve gotta find a rock to sit on, right? That was the epic moment of that podcast. Day six.
Kevin Groh: 16:10 So day six. So we had a couple of different options to go with this. We are flying back to Lima. And the reason for that is because again, this is the adventurous itinerary. Yeah, you could go to Puno, things like that, but that’s, that’s a little bit more on the non-adventurous side. And the reason we’re doing that is that eventually what we want to get to Ica and do some pretty fun stuff there. Okay. So day six, you’re flying back to Lima and you have the option of doing something like parasailing that day in Lima.
David Kosloski: 16:37 Okay, I don’t care about parasailing what am I doing?
Kevin Groh: 16:40 I mean, you could give yourself a break, but you could go to like some of the museums maybe hit up some of the big-time foodie places.
David Kosloski: 16:47 I was like, that’s what I’ll be doing. I want to get that belly game on. Dad bod full effect, no kids.
Kevin Groh: 16:55 You might want to get yourself a little recovery day.
David Kosloski: 16:57 Okay, cool. And as we progress?
Kevin Groh: 17:01 So basically you’re going to wake up really early day seven. Because you’re going to want to get down to Ballestas and Huacachina. So you can do all this in two days. We can get back to Lima and time for a flight out.
David Kosloski: 17:27 So you’re saying Ballestas, is that the same as Ica?
Kevin Groh: 17:29 No. So by Ballestas is kinda like the Galapagos of Peru. So it’s, it’s a little Island. Basically you take a speedboat and you kind of drive around it and you can see different wildlife on the island and it’s pretty cool.
David Kosloski: 17:45 How far is that from Ica?
Kevin Groh: 17:48 So Ica in total, I don’t know that the time from Ballestas, but from Lima to Ica is roughly six hours on a bus. Ballestas is a stop in between.
David Kosloski: 18:03 Okay, got it. Got it. So you’re doing this, you’re not going to Ica? No, you still are. So you’re still going to Ica, but you’re going to this Galapagos Islands of Peru. When we talk about the Galapagos Islands, one of the biggest things we talk about are the animal. What do we get here at Ballestas?
Kevin Groh: 18:26 Mostly it’s for the speedboat ride. We’re doing adventurous stuff. Some animals, some birds, you know, cool wildlife. On Ballestas there are different animals you’re going to see are penguins, you got sea lions, pelicans, penguins, dolphins. Depending on the time of year, you might even see some humpback whales when you’re on the boat.
David Kosloski: 18:53 What else we got?
Kevin Groh: 18:58 And then you’re going to continue on. You’re going to go to get to Ica.
David Kosloski: 19:02 So what’s the difference between Ica and Huacachina?
Kevin Groh: 19:04 So Ica is the main town that you’re driving to from Lima, the six-hour drive. There’s really not much to see there to be honest if you’re a tourist. If you’re a tourist and you’re going, you’re going to take it a little five to ten-minute drive, you’re going to hit up Huacachina.
David Kosloski: 19:20 Which is the Oasis in the middle of the desert?
Kevin Groh: 19:23 Exactly. There are the largest sand dunes in South America. And then there’s a little town in it around the sand dunes.
David Kosloski: 19:31 That’s where you can get your board game.
Kevin Groh: 19:33 You’re going to sandboarding and you’re going to do some dune buggies.
David Kosloski: 19:36 So I’m a pretty decent snowboarder. I’m all right. Do you think I’ll be all right with sandboarding?
Kevin Groh: 19:41 It’s different. You’re gonna fall of course.
David Kosloski: 19:44 Of course. Are there any similarities between sandboarding and snowboarding?
Kevin Groh: 19:51 I mean you’re on a board.
Kevin Groh: 19:54 All right. We’re going that route. People that have talked about it though, is it similar?
Kevin Groh: 20:03 I suppose the skill transfers over a little bit. But I’ve heard so many people say they’re snowboarders and they still fall.
David Kosloski: 20:08 I have to guess that falling in sands going to suck a lot more than snow because sand gets in your shorts and stuff.
David Kosloski: 20:19 Let’s progress. So we figured out the difference here. We’re in Huacachina we’re done with day seven. Where are we heading to on day eight?
Kevin Groh: 20:29 So day eight, you’re gonna wake up really early again and you’re going to drive down to Nazca cause you want to see the Nazca Lines, take the flight over the lines.
David Kosloski: 20:38 Those are crazy in general. You know, there’s a thought process that the United States or whoever makes movies actually built the alien off of the Nazca Lines. No, I’m serious. I have you seen the alien one? That’s supposedly where they came up with this idea of a Martian, with the way a Martian looks. The Nazca Line alien Martian looks similar to aliens that we create and cartoons and stuff.
David Kosloski: 21:06 That’s what David told me. I’m just throwing that out there. I remember David telling me that.
Kevin Groh: 21:13 Yeah, I mean, that’s cool. It looks cool.
David Kosloski: 21:15 He’s like, I don’t really care.
Kevin Groh: 21:16 No it’s really cool. I mean, you’ve got these massive… What would you call them?
David Kosloski: 21:24 Massive geoglyphs they technical term. So they were also created before 500 BC, which I couldn’t do that today. Now granted I’m not an artist in general. I can barely draw a circle. It’s pretty incredible that they did these crazy designs without anything for a thousand years. Cause it was 500 BC to 580.
Kevin Groh: 21:46 They didn’t have any GPS. No Google maps to help build them.
Kevin Groh: 21:50 Yeah, I no John Deere tractors.
David Kosloski: 21:55 We get a John Deere backlink now.
Kevin Groh: 21:58 There are different shapes. I mean most of them are just straight lines. That’s the massive majority of them. But then there are some really intricate ones such as you were saying the Martian or person. There’s a bird, there are spiders, there’s a monkey, there’s a monkey, lizard, dog. There are all kinds of like really intricate ones.
David Kosloski: 22:20 Day nine?
Kevin Groh: 22:23 At that point you’re driving back to Lima and you’re going to get back really late. So day eight you’re driving back. And then day nine I mean from there from waking up really early, you’re probably gonna want a little recovery. You know, just hit up some museums, Museo Larco.
David Kosloski: 22:46 Could you go home this day?
Kevin Groh: 22:47 Yeah, you could. You could go home. But there’s still stuff to see in Lima. I wouldn’t skip Lima. I’d see some things there. Hit up some of the restaurants.
David Kosloski: 22:58 I mean, if you’re a kid, you can go to a nightclub. Screw dinner parties.
Kevin Groh: 23:03 Yeah, we’re doing it for the kids.
David Kosloski: 23:04 So just to recap on everything that we’ve talked about. We’re going to do a quick little rundown. So day one you arrived in Lima, you’re going to be hitting up really late. That means that you can either if you do arrive early, you could rent some bikes, check out the boardwalk, kind of take a chill day, get that jet lag off. Day two, you’re flying out to Cusco. You’re probably gonna get up really early because flights are often delayed or canceled.
David Kosloski: 23:26 Day three, you’re going to go to Sacred Valley. Or at that point, you could start your Inca Trail to where if you wanted to do the longer version. Day Four, you’re gonna be doing Short Inca Trail. Following that, day five, you’re going to arrive in Machu Picchu. Day six, you’re gonna fly back to Lima at which point you’re going to get there at a decent time. So you could do some parasailing, go check out some food options, walk around town. You can rent bikes again if you wanted to. Kinda a day just for you to relax. Day seven, you’re waking up super early. Okay? Going to Huacachina and Ballestas, which is the Peru Galapagos Islands and Huacachina is the Oasis in the middle of the desert outside of Ica. Then day eight year you’re going to check out the Nazca Lines from an airplane that is flipping sweet. Following that day nine you’re going to head back to Lima, excuse me, you’re gonna, you have head back to Lima on day eight.
David Kosloski: 24:20 At the end of day eight. On day nine you’ve got a chill day to kind of check out some museums, eat some good food, go drinking, whatever it is you want to do. Day ten, your hopping in that plane and you fly home. That’s your 10-day itinerary and that’s the bottom line! Alright, I’m not going to do that? That the 10-day itinerary. That’s the kid itinerary and that means the next itinerary that’s coming up… which it’s anybody’s itinerary. The one coming up next is going to be for the non-adventurous people who kind of don’t want to go hiking. I mean how would you describe it? Like more just chill?
Kevin Groh: 24:52 It’s the itinerary that I’m planning for my parents when they go to.
David Kosloski: 24:54 Oh man, the parents!
Kevin Groh: 24:58 My mom is not going to be sandboarding. She’s had a hip replacement.
David Kosloski: 25:03 So if you’ve got a hip replacement, this next podcast is totally for you.
David Kosloski: 25:09 That’s what we gathered.
Kevin Groh: 25:10 I wonder if we can get some sponsorship from a medical hip replacement company.
David Kosloski: 25:17 Oh man. Cool. Well, thanks Kev for taking the time to write that up. Again. If you guys want to see this itinerary written out in a PDF format, let us know. We’ll definitely get it doctored up, get it looking pretty and send it off for free. That’s about it. If you guys are booking your trip, you want to book through us, let us know, cachilife.com.
David Kosloski: Again, I’m David cause Laski
Kevin Groh: Kevin Groh.
David Kosloski: All right, we’ll see you guys later. Take care.