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Inca Bridge, Machu Picchu, a Dramatic Hike

June 18, 2015 // 0 Comments

Here we are at the end of the path, literally and figuratively, at Machu Picchu, the last adventure part of our Peruvian trip. There is a narrow path over a 2,000 foot drop that goes along the rock face of a wall to the Inca Bridge.   This is the place where the inhabitants of Machu Picchu fled [read more]

High Mountain Town of Weavers on Inca Trail Peru

June 14, 2015 // 0 Comments

Today, we went high into the mountains to a very small town that subsists by the men being porters on the Inca Trail and the women weaving and taking care of the families. The entire village seemed to come out to greet us and we had the great fortune to be able to visit with one family who was [read more]

Inca Crop Circles Peru

June 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Incas were brilliant farmers.  Despite the high altitude and harsh conditions, they managed to grow enough crops to feed a population of over 17 million. The Moray crop circles shown here were an experiment in farming. By using these circles going deep into the earth, at the various levels [read more]
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