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Hiram Bingham

Hiram Bingham

Hiram Bingham was a scholar
who wanted to explore
worlds outside his study window,
beyond his college door.

Once he heard of Vilcabamba, 111 more words

Chimneys And Clouds, A Collection Of Poems By Philip Dodd

Peru / Arequipa & 2 Days Hike Colca Canyon

10.05 – 14.05.2018


Arequipa is a beautiful city with a lot of historical buildings and the most of them are white. This makes the colonial city very beautiful. 1,953 more words


We're here!!!!!

a few days late, sorry, it’s been hella hectic. we made it to Wayqecha! despite a small passport hiccup and a few explanations at various metal detectors along the way… not anything worth worrying over, just Wanxin being a nincompoop… 49 more words



Inspired by my recent stories and memories from shamanic pilgrimages in Peru, I have just recorded on my Clavinova a new version of El Condor Pasa – with pan flutes and harp as lead instruments. 120 more words

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Karma…. The sum of a persons actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences.

I may be skipping ahead a little in our story, but I thought I’d share this bit of it anyway.

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Machu Picchu and the Salkantay trek

We were picked up from our hostel super early at around 4.30am before we drove a few hours to the village of Mollepata where we had breakfast and handed over our luggage. 1,036 more words

South America

10 Instagram-Worthy Picnic Spots From Around the World You Need to Visit When You Study Abroad

By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate

Panoramic views and scenic photo-ops await you at these ten instagrammable picnic spots around the world. Whether you’re currently abroad or planning a trip, be sure to put these photogenic picnic destinations on your study abroad bucket list. 866 more words