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I'm Jackie BeckerTravel Advisor

Salsa dancing, destinations where the view steals my breath away, and introducing others to the richness of Latin America are among the things that inspire me. I studied Child & Family Development and Spanish at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. Later, I was awarded the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship for my extensive volunteer history and in 2013 I was sent to Lima as an “Ambassador of Goodwill.” During this time, I fell utterly in love with Peru. I've lived in Brazil since then (where I learned Portuguese), traveled through Argentina, Europe, and Jordan, and settled back in Lima in 2017.

Travel early and travel often. Live abroad, if you can. Understand cultures other than your own. As your understanding of other cultures increases, your understanding of yourself and your own culture will increase exponentially. -- Tom Freston

Random things that I love

Traveling
Dancing
Volunteering
Reading

Music

Needtobreathe,
Brett Eldredge,
and Bethel Music.

Books

“Bittersweet, Shauna Niequist”,
“Til We Have Faces, CS Lewis”,
and “Harry Potter Saga, JK Rowling”.

4 favorite destinations in Peru



Machu Picchu
Lake Titicaca
Cusco
Colca Canyon

Some tips and recommedations when traveling to Peru:



Include some free days in your trip. Having scheduled tours helps you get to know a destination, then having free time helps you appreciate and explore it in a whole new way.

Take altitude seriously and allow yourself time to adjust. I promise you will thank yourself later!

Take at least 2-3 minutes in each place to not take pictures and just soak in the experience. A picture will help you remember but be sure to “live” it while you’re there!

 
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