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Machu Picchu Jungle Trek

The historical town of Cusco is a melting pot of Inca history, vibrant culture, and excited travellers on their way to the nearby site of Machu Picchu. 1,033 more words


Lake Titicaca

The highest navigable lake in the world, covering the border between Bolivia and Peru. It is named ‘Lago Titikaka’ which means ‘Puma Rock’ in the indigenous language Quechua, as the lake is the shape of a puma.We spent 4 days in different towns and islands on the lake… 331 more words


Bad Dog

A nine month old puppy does get bored and when your backpack is on the floor the waist belt buckle can appear like a puppy chew toy.   410 more words


Bike Camp-Out: Oxbow Park and Beyond

Spence here: A few months back I decided to take my little bike on a small camp-out. My destination was to be Oxbow Park, located on the Sandy River outside Troutdale. 879 more words


Bouldering in Joe's Valley, Utah - Day 2 & 3

( Ever felt that your not gifted enough in life to live a complete life ?? Check out this link, for it might remind you of how much fortunate you are to have your current life. 330 more words


Loowit Trail - Day 3 - Ape Canyon to June Lake

Our last day on Loowit Trail was short but the most adventurous of them all. We left camp early treading the well established path towards Ape Canyon in the cool air of the wee hour. 451 more words


Bouldering in Joe’s Valley, Utah – Day 1


All packed and excited about the 9 day long climbing trip in Utah and Vegas, I left to Lyle’s place at around 4:00pm, where the guys had already gathered and having fun. 600 more words