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Researchers Find Pre-Inca Machu Picchu That Could REWRITE Andean History

Source: Ancient-Code.com
July 26, 2016

The ancient city of Machu Picchu covers a staggering 32,592 hectares of mountain slopes, peaks, and valleys.

According to researchers, it is one of the most intricate ancient cities ever discovered on the planet. 418 more words


¡Bienvenida a Peru!

¡Hola a todos! I hope you all are enjoying the last couple of months of summer. It’s been a crazy month, what with traveling and all, and I know I still need to update the blog with the last bit of my family trip. 266 more words


Some Inca Ruins 

In a round atrium surrounded by the other rooms, the clear blue sky was already making its appearance through the partial glass roof. Despite this it was 4 degrees outside, slightly colder than our average winter day in England. 643 more words


Rosie's #Bookreview team #RBRT TO SWIM BENEATH THE EARTH by Ginger Bensman #Inca #fridayreads

Today’s team review is from E.L. Lindley, she blogs at http://lindleyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/

E.L has been reading To Swim Beneath The Earth by Ginger Bensman

To Swim Beneath the Earth by Ginger Bensman is both an original and compelling novel that cleverly combines 1970’s US culture with that of South America in the 1500s. 553 more words


From Sun Island to Moon Island

We truly loved visiting the islands of Lake Titicaca.  For this week’s Discover Challenge: The Things We Leave Behind, we chose this photo from Sun Island with Moon Island off in the distance.  27 more words



Peru’s second largest city is often quickly passed through by people on their way to the great Colca Canyon, thinking that it is just another city that does not have much to offer. 416 more words