Our journey culminates at Machu Picchu: an Inca site that has to be seen to believed. It was a privilege to have walked the Inca Trail and experienced the building of Machu Picchu.
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Inca Trail Adventures: Reaching Machu Picchu
Day 4 of our 4-day 3-night hike: We finally reached Machu Picchu after a 3:30 a.m. wake up call. And it was all we had hoped it would be.
Inca Trail Adventures: Day 3
Account of the third day of my 4-day 3-night Inca Trail hike to Machu Picchu. What lay in store for us after Dead Woman’s Pass? A preview of the Amazon Jungle!
Inca Trail Adventures: Day 2
Day 2 on the Inca Trail: today was by far the most dreaded day of this 4-day, 3 night hike. We had to cross Dead Woman’s Pass before we reached Machu Picchu. Would we survive it?
Inca Trail Adventures: Day 1
Account of the first day of my 4-day 3-night Inca Trail hike to Machu Picchu. Just getting warmed up…
Cusco: A Magical Land
My 4-day 3-night Inca Trail hike to Machu Picchu started with a journey through the magical land of Cusco in Peru.
Mind over matter
Can you help out a fellow iPhoneographer seeking tips? Read this post and see if you might be able to share some pearls of wisdom.
Of life, death and living
1991, 1997, and then again in 2011, I’ve experienced a sudden rush of overwhelming grief. This year, though, it’s been followed by the realization that death can come unannounced to anyone, anywhere, anytime.
A patriot’s story
A soldier stationed on the border is passionate about protecting his country. Why can’t all of us be as passionate about preserving this planet?
Mansi asks: what is patriotism?
Isn’t it just by accident of birth that some geographical location becomes “yours”? Should one care more about the cause of humanity than the idea of nationalism?