moved by history: part ii

Machu Picchu was beautiful, and challenging, and beautifully challenging: navigating for four weeks in Peru with elementary Spanish, deciphering the bureaucratic ticketing system, climbing the stony severe heights of Huayna Picchu, carrying enough water. Looking over the stone towers, mathematical terraces and close-cropped lawns, I pictured the Incas that designed Machu Picchu, ruled it, and […]

moved by history: part i

In the last few years, I’ve traveled to Jordan, Israel, Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt, Spain, Hungary, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Panama and Uruguay. I have also been to China, France, Italy, Greece, Mexico, and Canada. So many places are gorgeous- the sunset from Punta del Este, the islands and animals of Bocas del Toro, the gardens […]