The one about More Reflections On My Trip To Machu Picchu

How could I possibly have more reflections to write about? Well, my friends, it was a 4 day hike and I was mostly hiking by myself (due to being super slow) so I had a lot of time to reflect and talk to myself. Out loud sometimes. No, I am not kidding.

If you missed the other post with reflections on my trek, you can read it here. If you didn’t Read More

The one about Some Reflections On My Trek to Machu Picchu

As some of you know- especially if you follow me on instagram and/or facebook- I spent the week of Thanksgiving in Peru. It was my very first time on the continent of South America so I was super excited to visit. I went alone and even though I was a bit nervous about going to a new country which shaky Spanish language skills, I was more nervous about Read More

The one about Being Welcomed In The Wild Wild West

… continued from this post.

I took the shuttle to the trail head and started my descent. The South Kaibab Trail was significantly redder than the Bright Angel Trail and definitely more challenging-even going down. But it was fun and had several great view points. A reward for about every mile or half mile of hiking. There was the Ooh-Aah point, Read More