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Visiting Pisac Ruins in Peru

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I finally made it up to the sacred Pisac Ruins in Peru – proverbially right on my doorstep. Find out more about this magical place, in this photo essay.

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7 Countries and 34,000 Miles: This Was 2014!

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In 2014 I traveled through/lived in 7 countries, and traversed over 34,000 miles. Here’s a summary of what I did, and where.

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The Day My Purse Was Stolen, and Lessons Learned

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In Cusco, my purse was stolen, with everything in it. Here’s what happened, what I gained from being prepared, and what mistakes I made along the way.

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The Pilgrimage to Huchuy Qosqo in Peru

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The day-long trek from Cusco to Huchuy Qosqo is filled with history, beauty, and adventure. Check it out!

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Climbing Pachatusan, and Taking Refuge in a Quechua Home in Peru

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The plan is a 2-day trek up mount Pachatusan in Peru; the reality is an adventure we could never have imagined, and a completely unique experience.

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How to Become Fluent in Spanish (and Other Languages)

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I’m determined to become fluent in Spanish, and I’m close. Here’s how I’m doing it, with some useful tools and resources.

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Financially Sustainable Travel: My 2013 Income

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Financially sustainable travel is a delicate balancing act between managing income and expenses on the road. Here is an explanation of my 2013 income.

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Financially Sustainable Travel: My Cost of Full-Time Travel in 2013

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Here’s my full uncensored cost of full-time travel in 2013 – an expensive and rough year for me; testament to life happening we’re while busy making plans.

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San Pedro, Ayahuasca, and Plant Medicines in Peru

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Here is a personal tale and journey of plant medicines in Peru, including San Pedro and Ayahuasca. This stuff is real: not just hippy-woo-woo crap!

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