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The "Back Way" to Machupicchu part 2

“Live with no excuses and travel with no regrets.’


Now, I’ve flown before, but never in something the size of a 767. My uncle was a pilot, and as a kid, he would take me on some of his short flights.

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Ollantaytambo, Peru.

Ollantaytambo, Peru, The last Fortress of The Incas.

At the far end of the Sacred Valley of the Incas hides a precious gem only a few tourists to Peru have on their radar including myself until I was given the heads up. 110 more words

Peru 2018: Machu Picchu

Day 6:

Machu Picchu; the sacred place of Peru where 5,000 people visit per day. No visit to Peru is complete without Machu Picchu. It’s probably the most important archaeological site in Latin America, built in the 1400s. 526 more words


Peru, Land of Many Cultures: Valle Sagrado de los Incas (2013, 2017)

From Ancient archaeological sites to Pristine Nature, from literally hundreds of varieties of corn and potatoes to the fusion cuisine at a Chifa, Peru is indeed a land of plenty.  1,257 more words

The Mysteries Of South America

Sacred Valley of the Incas, meeting people

We drove out of Cusco in our minibus, through the city of about 500,000 and into the rural area. Up up into the mountains. 3,300+ meters to a “el ultimate pueblo” the last town before the mountains rise even more steeply. 582 more words


Namaste 🙏🏻

If there is something I know that many Indians don’t know is the fact that my country has many Bollywood followers who are always searching for great outfits. 462 more words

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Oy, Oy Ollantaytambo!

We spent a couple of days in the beautiful village of Ollantaytambo admiring the amazing views and climbing high to visit the many ruins. Nestled in the Sacred Valley, it is a pretty little village on the south of the río Urubamba surrounded by snow-capped mountains. 183 more words