Way Of Life
Be An IncaNomad
As a modern IncaNomad who embraces a lifestyle of freedom and mobility, living and working remotely while constantly traveling from one place to another.
This lifestyle started 40 years ago, When I've decided to search for better lifestyle. From Cusco City to Queens, Manhattan, Austin, Mountain View, San Jose, San Francisco, Long Beach, L.A., Paris, Zurich, Milan, Venice, Madrid, Atlanta, Hong Kong, Guangdong, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and back to Cusco City.
Ah, Florida. The land of sunshine, sandy beaches, and alligators lurking in your backyard. What could be better than living in a state where it's summer year-round and you're never more than a stone's throw away from a theme park?
Well, let me tell you, my friend. There is a place that puts Florida to shame in every way imaginable. I'm talking about Cusco City, where a modern IncaNomad can live a life of pure bliss.
First of all, let's talk about the weather. Sure, Florida has plenty of sunshine, but it also has hurricanes, tornadoes, and enough humidity to make you feel like you're swimming through the air. In the Andes, on the other hand, you get cool mountain breezes, crisp air, and the occasional snowfall. Who needs a beach when you can spend your days hiking through stunning mountain landscapes?
But it's not just about the scenery. Living in the Andes means you get to embrace a more natural way of life. You won't find any fast food chains or strip malls here. Instead, you'll be surrounded by organic farms, fresh produce, and plenty of opportunities to forage for your own food. Plus, you'll get to learn about the medicinal properties of all the native plants and herbs, which is a biochemist's dream come true.
And let's not forget about the culture. In Florida, your idea of cultural immersion might be going to Disney World and eating funnel cake. But in the Andes, you get to experience the rich history and traditions of the Inca civilization and amazing engineering. You can learn how to weave traditional textiles, participate in local festivals, and even try your hand at making your own chicha (a fermented corn drink). Plus, you'll be living among people who have a deep connection to their land and their ancestors, which is truly inspiring.
But perhaps the best part of being a modern IncaNomad in the Andes is the sense of community. In Florida, it can be hard to feel like you're part of something larger than yourself. But in the Andes, you'll be living among people who prioritize relationships and social connections. You'll be welcomed into tight-knit communities where everyone knows each other, and you'll have plenty of opportunities to give back and contribute to the greater good.
So, there you have it. If you're a modern IncaNomad who's tired of the rat race and looking for a simpler, more fulfilling way of life, Cusco City is where it's at. Say goodbye to hurricanes, theme parks, and fast food, and hello to fresh air, stunning vistas.
Welcome to Cusco City!
Ed Make —