Trip Planning: Peru WITH kids

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  1. Rob Taylor says:

    What a great collections of fun facts! My husband leaves a note for our kids each day before he goes to work, so I just sent this to him. The turtle tears is such a great fact.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Oh, I know they will love it! This was especially wonderful when my oldest was in a new school and feeling quite shy. I sent jokes to school and the kiddos gathered around. Made for easy conversation starters and also can get a reluctant reader to read – every little bit counts! Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Thank you for these travel tidbits – I don’t have kids but these are facts I never knew and will definitely be sharing. Especially the one about Lama’s and their two front teeth!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Isn’t that a funny tidbit? Did you try to chew in a figure eight pattern? The kids really enjoy that. 😉

  3. Them some big potatoes lol. Who knew there were that many different potatoes in the world.. We have a larm farm not far from us here in Australia.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      I can’t wait to see a large variety all at once in the market. I think the colors are so pretty! What do you grow? I always have a small garden. 🙂 Love digging in the dirt.

  4. haha nice, fun tidbits! I actually have noticed that the llamas only have front teeth at the bottom and i did try chewing in a figure 8 pattern. its very difficult! Hurts my jaw! lol

  5. Nice post! I am specially intrigued about the Moras salt flats, because they look so unique! I am sure it will be pretty! And yes, the Llamas, they are the most important bit! I have to plan Peru soon.

  6. Vik says:

    Great read even though I travel alone 🙂

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