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The Inca Trail – day 4.

With a very early start we were off for our last bit of the trail before we hit the majestic Machu Picchu. We started walking in the dark with our headlights on, but luckily being at a lower altitude and … Continue reading

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The Inca Trail – day 3.

The third day was started with one last steep push up a pass. Not as big as yesterday’s pass, but still enough to get the legs burning again! By now though the legs were hardening up, and it was more … Continue reading

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The Inca Trail – day 2.

After a wretched night I woke up still apprehensive. I couldn’t sleep because of my nerves, The random chickens scratching at our tent (I was hoping it was a chicken during the night!) and the hard uneven ground that was … Continue reading

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The Inca Trail – day 1

There are probably a million blog posts about the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu out there, that my photos and my words will be nothing new to many of my readers and passing visitors. But since this blog of mine … Continue reading

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El Chalten and it’s magnificent hikes!

Diary entry from November 26 2008. Today we did the hike to see what the township of Chalten was created for – to service the hikers who want to see Mont Fitz Roy and the surrounding peaks, lakes and glaciers. … Continue reading

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Patagonia on my mind….

Patagonia is on my mind a lot lately. Actually, not just lately, but since I stepped foot on Patagonian soil back in 2009. It’s one place on this earth I truly love and would go back to in a heartbeat. … Continue reading

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