Tag Archives: Hiking

Machu Picchu: Running on Empty into The Lost City of the Incas

If you had to give us one word on how to describe our day at the site of Machu Picchu, it would be: miserable. Now don’t go feeling all sorry for us, because it was a miserable in the “exhaused, … Continue reading

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The Inca Trail: A Prelude to Machu Picchu

Of all the places in South America, the Inca Trail is easily the most popular answer of the “Did you do the (insert blank)?” question. ┬áThe four day, 28-mile hike is capped off by none other than Machu Picchu, the … Continue reading

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Torres Del Pain(e) in the…

Heading north from Antarctica, we stopped in a town called Puerto Natales, a well known backpackers town for avid hikers of Torres del Paine- a national park encompassing mountains, a glacier, a lake, and lots of river in the extreme … Continue reading

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