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Salkantay and Machu Picchu

When visiting Machu Picchu from Cusco one has various options: walking for 4 or 5 days, walking for 1 or 2 days, or taking the train. 502 more words

Macchu Picchu, Sacred City of Incas

It’s the place where People meet Gods.
Place, where your inner You and soul can fly high and connect with the infinite wisdom and love of the WHOLE and UNIVERSE… 473 more words

Aguas Calientes

Day 64 to 75 - Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu

Flying into Cusco would see us go from 2,400 metres in altitude to over 3,400. It’s quite a jump, so we put on our Captain Sensible hats and stayed a few nights in the Sacred Valley first (around 2,800 metres) to acclimatise. 1,062 more words


Machu Picchu; mind blown

This is definitely the hardest blog post I’ve written to date. Pretty sure nothing I say will do Machu Picchu justice so I’m not going to go into massive detail. 578 more words

South America

Once upon a time in Peru...

The more I travel, the more I want to travel. It’s a ripple effect with a tidal wave outcome. Adventure is addicting. For me, it’s not just about seeing old ruins or touring dusty museums—traveling is about connecting to humanity, discovering cultures unlike my own, and appreciating the people and places I encounter along the way. 1,184 more words


One of the seven wonders of the world

March 22 – Word of the Day: Fenomenal (Phenomenal)

Fenomenal — the only word to describe the amazingness that is Machu Picchu.  Machu Picchu is another bucket list item so I´m proud to say I´m off to a pretty good start fo 2014 (I try to accomplish 5 bucket list items each year on a list I started when I was 13… I really didn´t start making a dent in it until college since my ambitions tended to be beyond the means of a teenager.) 605 more words