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Our travel adventures abroad.

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

So yeah, we signed up to do the Inca Trail. Stupid me looked at basic figures… like Bogota being a couple hundred feet higher in elevation than the lost city, so figured it wouldn’t be terribly horrible. Until a couple … Continue reading

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Cusco

We recently enjoyed a couple days in Cusco, serving as a bookend to 5 days/4 nights of the Wayki Experience version of the Inca Trail (more on that soon-ish) … Wish we could have spent more time there as there … Continue reading

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Cartagena

Visiting Colombia, particularly Cartagena, was a seed planted in my head when I was just a kid in the 80s and saw Romancing The Stone for the first time. (Fun Fact: Colombia was too dangerous at the time, so the … Continue reading

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Salento

(This is a long one, partially because I included some specifics for a couple attractions. So get a bevvy handy.) With Semana Santa upon us, we decided to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for the tiny Salento, … Continue reading

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Cali

Soooooo our departure from Guayaquil was delayed by six hours. In itself not too terrible, I suppose. But it meant a flight that would have had us in Cali before 9pm – able to go through customs, ride into town … Continue reading

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Guayaquil

So following Quito (and a Christmas with 50 moto-mounted Santas) we went to Guayaquil for a week, to include New Year’s Eve, with its very own special entry which I have conveniently linked. Guayaquil, a city of 4m and the … Continue reading

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New Year’s Eve In Guayaquil

Didn’t have big plans for the big night, as had a day trip planned for the, erm, day and who knew what we’d be up for. Our excursion (again, more on that later) had us going some 70km from Guayaquil. … Continue reading

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