Camden Luxford

Camden lives for long, uncomfortable journeys and dreams of the Trans-Siberian Railway. From hitch-hiking in Europe, through Asia by bus and boat, she has found herself in the Peruvian Andes, where she relishes the colors of the festivals, the warmth of the people and the hearty flavors of the soups. When she's not exploring her new home, she's studying politics by distance and writing for her blog, The Brink of Something Else, or as a regular contributor to Matador Abroad.

How to say “Happy New Year” in 40 languages

No peace for Ayacucho

8 best Spanish study abroad programs in Latin America

7 bands and artists to help you learn Spanish through music

Expatriatism as political revolution

From San Sebastián to Cusco: How I learned Spanish

A day in the life of an expat in Cusco, Peru

5 mistakes new expats make and how to avoid them

Professional internship opportunities in Peru

Tales from the frontier of expat life: A white Western woman in Peru

Indigenous languages of South America: Where to learn them and why you should

Peru’s Incan Celebration of Inti Raymi: Cultural Preservation or Capitalistic Exploitation?

Qoyllur Rit’i: Beating drums and freezing feet

What to do when you hit a plateau in your language studies

How to: Balance long-term travel and distance education

Save Bookmark
We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve your experience. This includes personalizing content and advertising. For more information on how we use cookies consult our revised Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
Disable Cookies I accept