“I’ve been up all night worrying,” Lutsko spoke Saturday, The Sunday Review Saturday her home in Columbus, Ohio. “I’ll be so happy to hear she’s back on US soil.”

Lutsko says her daughterMadison Spellman a A graduate student in travel nursing, he was a A coffee shop a Group of Protestors marched on the streets. Spellman said that employees locked their doors and encouraged people to stay put. her mom.

Castillo was arrested and impeached in After announcing his plans to dissolve Congress, he was arrested in December. International warnings have been issued about traveling to countries because of the unrest that erupted after his arrest. Peru. Peruvians and South Americans are just a few of the many Europeans. stranded travelers.

Lutsko claimed that she wrote messages to both US Embassy and White House asking for clarifications for Assistance in Procurement her daughter home.

“I feel helpless,” She said.

Lutsko anticipates that family members will arrive in Outer Mongolia next week of town for The holidays. Spellman had been scheduled to fly to Ohio for Christmas Eve in order to be with the rest of his group. of her Beloved ones

“This is our chance to see and spend time with her,” Lutsko stated. “Right now we’re just waiting to see if she’ll be able to make that flight.”

“You can start to see the panic in some”

Brian Vega is one of those who are stuck in Aguas Calientes, a The town where you can serve as The main entrance to Machu Picchu. As the days go by, so do those stranded Vega said that while some may not be able to go, others are starting to panic.

Vega has been on a Solo travel journey since November 28 was to be completed by Tuesday. This is the date that demonstrations began.

“It’s been an evolving situation,” The Sunday Review was informed by him. “You can start to see the panic in some.”

There was talk of a pending shortage of Water and food as It is possible to do so. as a noticeable lack of He said that medicine is important.

Vega, a Captain of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, says that he is trying to stay level-headed. He may also attempt to hike. of The city is just like other cities in the last few days.

It would take 18 miles to trek along train tracks. Vega said that many people have done it successfully. The next step would be to arrange transportation to and from the airport.

PeruMinistry of Transport confirmed Friday that flight operations had been resumed at Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in Cusco, after being temporarily suspended amid protests in The country. Operations to and from Alfredo Rodríguez Ballón International Airport in Arequipa remains unaffected.

Vega was in Contact with many back homeHe says that all of his firefighters colleagues, as well as himself, are working hard to get him home. home.

Vega, like so many others is also a great choice. hopes Make sure to it Retour home in Time to celebrate Christmas with his family.

“I love Christmas and my kids and wife,” The father of Two. “It hurts, so hopefully I’ll make it back.”