Notice something different? That would be «The Khipu», our new look blog and monthly newsletter. There’s always time for a fresh, new look.
Through The Khipu Blog, we will continue to inform you of the latest developments in culture and travel in Peru, Bolivia and the Galapagos Islands, with personal in-depth accounts of our journeys across the continent and throughout the world. Sent monthly, The Khipu Newsletter will round up all the latest from around the web to give you a digest of the most important stories covering our region.The first edition of The Khipu, October 2014
It’s not by chance we chose to use the name «The Khipu». A system of knotted and colour-coded cords, Khipus were used by pre-Columbian peoples in Peru to record information, store data and as an aide to recount stories. At the height of the Inca Empire, Khipus were carried by messengers throughout the Andes along the network of Inca Trails to transmit messages and deliver important communications. Seeing as we are delivering you news direct from the Andean region, we felt it a most fitting metaphor for our own, rather more modern communication channels!
Please do let us know your feedback on the Khipu by leaving a comment below or by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also subscribe to The Khipu by clicking here. We hope you find the Khipu Blog and Newsletter to be as informative as those Khipus themselves…