Author of ‘A Peruvian Diary’, Philip J.S. Jones shared some pictures from his recent visit
Philip J. S. Jones the author of 'A Peruvian Diary' revisited mountains of Peru and shared some interesting pictures from his time in the fascinating landscape. He enjoyed his trip and met the people who were equally glad to see him. Philip had a very refreshing memorable time there.
Philip Jones quitted the rat race of life and decided for a minimalistic lifestyle, working more towards charitable causes. He persuaded degrees in English Law, Spanish Law and started working for noble causes. What he believed to be a flight to help set up a construction of a soup kitchen in Lima, turned out to be a life-changing visit to a place secluded from the world as we know in the 21st century. He published his experience in the mountains of South America where vicinity has yet to catch up with the modern technology and natives enjoy the life as it was a couple of centuries ago. It is like you have time travelled. It is a charming delightful read.
Philip started his career in the construction business. Working on construction sites in the early eighties, he made enough money to sponsor himself a vacation to surf on the shores of California. Later, he switched some jobs in the field of construction but unknowingly ended up working as an International Reinsurance Broker at Lloyd's of London. Although his jobs paid well, he found them unfulfilling thus he left the rat race and perused studying law, and dedicated years to follow for charitable causes.