OUR YEAR IN REVIEW: 2017

Over a year on the road and it's been nothing like we expected but more than we had hoped for.  I count our blessings for the many wonderful people we have met and the places we have seen.  I have enjoyed sharing these experiences with you, our readers, and hope that it encourages you to... Continue Reading →

WHEN THE STRANGE BECOMES NORMAL: SOUTH AMERICAN TRAVEL

The first time we see something new, it sometimes seems strange.  Isolated groups of people often see the rest of the world as strange and often fear it.  But with prolonged exposure, the strange somehow becomes normal. Here are some things that we now find normal that may be a little strange to some of... Continue Reading →

MACHU PICCHU HIKE: WHAT THE GUIDEBOOKS DON’T TELL YOU

We awoke before the alarm rang and hurriedly prepared our small daypack with food and clothes for the next couple days. Our big packs would be left behind in Cusco for this adventure. We were supposed to leave Cusco, Peru at 7 AM to be followed by a six-hour bus ride to hydroelectrica. Our guide... Continue Reading →

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