Philip J.S. Jones author of ‘A Peruvian Diary’ Travels to Amazon River in Peru
Author Philip J.S. Jones was excited to share photographs from his visit to Amazon River in Peru. Philip was inspired by the raw life in Peru to write his first book 'A Peruvian Diary'. He decided to revisit Peru. He searched for inspiration for a new book as he travelled down the Amazon River in Peru.
A travel tale ‘A Peruvian Diary’, after giving up on the rat race of life, Philip dedicated much of his time towards volunteering towards good causes. On one such occasion when he travelled to the Peruvian Andes, he thought he would be helping in establishing a soup kitchen in a shanty town in Lima, but instead, he discovered he has volunteered to construct an orphanage in a small village. He was welcomed by the land where modern technology has not set its foot yet and he experienced as if he had stepped in a time machine to visit a landscape from the past. The enthralling experience of a charming and enjoyable visit resulted in the writing of this book.
Philip J.S. Jones was formally educated to construct buildings and working on construction sites made him a very wealthy living but eventually, he found it unfulfilling and dropped out of it. Instead, he spent his time towards charitable causes as much as possible while doing his degrees in English and Spanish Law. In the eighties, he has enjoyed surfing in California but now he has developed a liking for remote areas of South America.