The Altiplano, Peru – Bulging eyes and lack of oxygen

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Rate our ReviewsSome time ago, I remember reading a travel story about “ famous, world roads”. It was a concept of travel writing that I had never heard about before. All these roads were located in exotic places that I surely can not afford to visit. But, I was urged to go, if I wanted […]

Marrakech, Morocco – lost in the medina & history

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Rate our ReviewsThe Marrakech Medina is a walled city, within a city, the home of the ancients. The streets go dizzy in all directions with seemingly no rhyme or reason. They twist and turn and stop abruptly and one’s head experiences mass confusion, immediately. It is a simple truth that only an inhabitant can comprehend, […]

Monasterio De Santa Catalina, Arequipa, Peru – A reason for photography!

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Rate our ReviewsSome locations capture my mind and then totally challenge me to find their soul via photographs. The challenge, the awareness, the excitement gets in my core. Then my camera gets juiced up and extra hot. In this kind of location my mind burns and my senses come alive. These are the places where […]

Aguas Calientes, Peru – Trains, Bank Robbers and Gunfights

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Rate our ReviewsAgua Calientes….Call it what you will, but the world has some places that give our minds a real experience. We get blown away. We experience the past and the present tied together. Then we simply blow around in the wind. I was here to overnight, then to go to Machu Picchu……I was not […]

Nuwakot, Nepal – From royalty servants to a poor village!

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Rate our ReviewsNuwakot, Nepal…The village of Nuwakot surrounds a palace, which has finally seen its demise, a victim of the 2015 earthquake and perhaps the government lack of interest. The palace was constructed in the 18th century and was an important stop on the Tibetian – Kathmandu trade route. However, historically, it was much more. […]