I'm Adrienne MossTravel Advisoradriennne@latinamericaforless.com

Growing up in a multicultural American-French family that moved around the United States, the travel bug bit me at a young age. I studied biology at the College of Charleston in South Carolina and shortly thereafter set out to explore the globe. After backpacking around Western Europe for six months, I flew to South America to begin new life adventures through Ecuador, Peru, and beyond. I'm a foodie at heart that likes to try new foods on restaurant menus and experiment with recipes at home. Biking, live music, or simply relaxing in a hammock with a good book are among the activities I like to do during my free time.

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For me, to travel is to really live. To deepen your understanding of the world, to experience child-like wonder at something you’ve never seen before, to free yourself from routine, to appreciate the little things, and to create memories that will enrich your life and forever give you a reason to smile. I think Mark Twain says it best: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

Random Things That I Love



David Guetta,
and Enrique Iglesias.


“Eat, Pray, Love”,
“The Alchemist”,
and “The Geography of Bliss”.

4 Favorite Destinations in Peru

Machu Picchu
Lake Titicaca

My Peru and Ecuador Travel Tips and Recommendations:

Don’t try to pack too much into your itinerary. The unexpected moments are often the most memorable ones!

Be curious, and don’t be afraid to try new things, whether it’s an adventure sport you’ve never tried or a local dance you’re seeing for the first time! It just might be the highlight of your trip.

That goes for food too...especially in Peru! Be sure to check out a local market to see an incredible variety of exotic fruits you may have never heard of before. Some of my favorites: Lucuma (in desserts), Chirimoya (as is), Aguaymanto (the perfect snack), or Maracuya (in juices/cocktails). As for traditional dishes - Causa, Anticuchos, Aji de Gallina, Tiradito, Nikkei style sushi, Chupe de Camarones, Empanadas, Pulpo al Olivo...the list goes on!

If you can, take a break from your phone and wifi and just soak in your surroundings instead. Strike up a conversation with locals for recommendations rather than searching online. Capture the moment in your memory rather than immediately snapping a picture. Keep your head up and your eyes open, and you’ll soon realize that time seems to slow down when you go unplugged…and that’s a great thing when you’re on vacation!

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