It’s hard to describe the experience of visiting Machu Picchu. People who’ve visited like to call it “breathtaking.”
While cliché, it’s not inaccurate. How often are you standing on an Andean peak, walking through thousand-year-old ruins, looking down on the clouds?
For Indiana Jones, perhaps the feeling is common. For the average person like myself, the feeling is momentous. Visiting Machu Picchu evoked the kind of awe that my childhood brain produced regularly — the kind of awe that’s since faded from my daily life.
Perhaps best of all, visiting Machu Picchu means dedication. Even if you live nearby, you have read more >>>
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