Peru

A Teenager’s View of Peru

1 Comment 30 September 2014

Megan looked at me before she entered the little simple bathroom in our hotel guest house in Ollantaytambo to take a shower. She said in an unsure voice, “I really hope there’s hot water.” She then crossed herself as if she were going into Catholic mass and stepped inside. I was left doubled over giggling [...]

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Nimmo Bay

Canada, Featured

Fasten Your Seat Belt for My Next Adventures

14 Comments 26 September 2014

The email read, “This will be next-level bear watching, we’re talking grizzlies in the remote wild in prime feeding season!!” My inner voice was screaming “Yippee!” as I try to write back in a more professional tone to Destination British Columbia and let them know that I’m interested. “You had me at bear watching, “ [...]

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peru jungle trekking

Adventure Travel, Peru

It’s a Jungle Out There

3 Comments 23 September 2014

“The tarantulas are out all night so they won’t care if we are running a bit late,” our amazon jungle guide responded when I asked him if we could move back our night jungle hike in order to watch the World Cup USA/Portugal game. I was actually surprised at his answer for two reasons. First, [...]

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Cruise to Antarctica

Adventure Travel, Featured

Win a Trip to the End of the Earth

No Comments 18 September 2014

Most everyone I meet has the desire to go to frozen continent of Antarctica. And for good reason – it’s one of the most stunning places I’ve ever visited. But what if you could not only go to Antarctica but also Patagonia? Win a trip to Antarctica and Patagonia! This unique trip gives you the [...]

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Peru, Photo Documentaries

Machu Picchu a Decade Later

9 Comments 16 September 2014

I’m in the same place a decade later, sitting on the terraces of Machu Picchu. The scenery has the same awe-inspiring feel. And once again for the 2nd time I am left wondering ‘how did the Incas do that?’ as I gaze upon the stone architecture. There is a constant din of noise filling the [...]

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alternate sun gate Peru

Featured, Peru

Inca Trail Alternate Route

5 Comments 11 September 2014

Taking the Inca Trail through the Sun Gate to Machu Picchu seems to be on everyone’s bucket list these days. The problem – not everyone can go on the Inca Trail (even if you plan it months in advance) as there are only 200 tourist permits given out a day for the trail. If you [...]

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Vietnam

Destination Post, Vietnam

Go off the beaten track in Vietnam

No Comments 09 September 2014

So you’ve decided to go to South East Asia for a change – good for you! Be it a way of testing the unknown or a well planned trip to continue what you’ve started in your previous traveling, now it’s time to look into what you should be doing in amazing Vietnam! I bet you’ve [...]

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Featured, Inside My Head

Eight Years of Wandering

13 Comments 08 September 2014

Today – September 8, 2014 marks 8 full years of wandering the globe nomadically for me.  It’s a special day that I like to stop and think about where I’ve come, how I’ve changed, and where I’m going.  However I’m not going to reflect upon that here as it all needs time to resonate.  Instead [...]

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Sherry traveling the world

I'm Sherry, a corporate cube dweller turned nomadic traveler. I travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations to bring you unique travel experiences and photography. But it's not just about travel, it's also about life experiences of a middle age wanderer.
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British Columbia CA -> Ireland

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