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The Inca Trail, 2008 By Fred + Will Grouvel
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Beyond the Inca Trail By Nicola Bennetts
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Beyond the Inca Trail describes a journey to Peru - a journey with a difference. Nicola Bennetts visited Machu Picchu and other tourist spots but she also met the recipients of aid supported by the... More > charity Christian Aid.< Less
Beyond the Inca Trail By Nicola Bennetts
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Beyond the Inca Trail describes a journey to Peru - a journey with a difference. Nicola Bennetts visited Machu Picchu and other tourist spots but she also met the recipients of aid supported by the... More > charity Christian Aid.< Less
Inca Hoots By Vicky Brewis, Caius Simmons
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These travel writings capture the excitement and spirit of the South American Andes. Our journey starts at the equator and takes us south through Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Wherever possible... More > we leave the beaten track to get a true feel of the cultural, geographical and historical diversities of this inspirational continent. Highlights include a tour of the mysterious Galapagos Islands, walking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, a humbling trip to a working mine which has claimed the lives of millions and being robbed at gunpoint.< Less
Inca Hoots By Vicky Brewis, Caius Simmons
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These travel writings capture the excitement and spirit of the South American Andes. Our journey starts at the equator and takes us south through Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Wherever possible... More > we leave the beaten track to get a true feel of the cultural, geographical and historical diversities of this inspirational continent. Highlights include a tour of the mysterious Galapagos Islands, walking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, a humbling trip to a working mine which has claimed the lives of millions and being robbed at gunpoint.< Less
Where's the bano? Walking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu By John H Matthews
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Have you ever had a desire for adventure? Are you bored of your regular routine and want to try something different? Do you feel you want to challenge yourself more? John suddenly discovered that his... More > girlfriend had decided that he had a desire for adventure, was bored of his regular routine and wanted to challenge himself. She convinced him to travel to Peru and attempt to walk the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. This is the story of how he got on... For those who have walked the trail, are thinking of walking the trail, or just wonder what it's like to walk the trail.< Less
Where's the bano? Walking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu By John H Matthews
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Have you ever had a desire for adventure? Are you bored of your regular routine and want to try something different? Do you feel you want to challenge yourself more? John suddenly discovered that his... More > girlfriend had decided that he had a desire for adventure, was bored of his regular routine and wanted to challenge himself. She convinced him to travel to Peru and attempt to walk the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. This is the story of how he got on... For those who have walked the trail, are thinking of walking the trail, or just wonder what it's like to walk the trail.< Less
Inca: Discover the Culture and Geography of a Lost Civilization By Lawrence Kovacs
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Illustrated by Farah Rizvi. GRL: W Picture a landscape encompassing more than 80 different ecosystems, from the steamy Amazon Rainforest teeming with wildlife, to the soaring peaks of the Andes... More > plastered with glaciers and the wild Pacific shoreline more than a thousand miles long. This was the world of the Inca, one of the most powerful empires in the history of civilization. Their story, while shrouded in mystery, can be explained in part by the things they left behind. One of the Inca’s most amazing relics is the city of Machu Picchu, a settlement built on a jagged ridge high up in the Andes Mountains. It will tell the tale of the extraordinary Inca culture—their beliefs, rituals, scientific advances, cities, monuments, food, and unique systems of language—through a journey from the city of Cuzco on the Inca Trail to the ancient city of Machu Picchu.< Less
Trail of Feathers, Dyslexic edition By Tahir Shah
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When the Spanish Conquistadors swept through Peru in the sixteenth century, they were searching for great golden treasure. In 1572 they stormed the Inca stronghold of Vilcabamba, only to find the... More > city deserted, burned,a nd already stripped of its wealth. According to legend the Incas had retreated deep into the jungle where they built another magnificent city in an inaccessible quarter of the cloud forest. For more than four centuries explorers and adventurers, archaeologists and warrior-priests have searched for the gold and riches of the Incas, and this lost city of Paititi, known by the local Machiguenga tribe as 'The House of the Tiger King'. House of the Tiger King is the tale of Shah's remarkable adventure to find the greatest lost city of the Americas, and the treasure of the Incas. Along the way he found himself considering others who have spent decades in pursuit of lost cities, and asks why anyone would find it necessary to mount such a quest at all.< Less
Trail of Feathers paperback By Tahir Shah
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Enthralled by the chronicle of a 16th-century Spanish monk, which said that the Incas 'flew like birds' over the jungle, and by the recurring theme of flying in Peruvian folklore, Tahir Shah set out... More > to discover whether the Incas really did fly or glide above the jungles of Peru. Or was it flight of a different kind, inspired by powerful drugs? The long quest begins in the mountains of Peru, with a trek to Machu Picchu, the Incas' most sacred city. Then on to the coast and through the desert, to the immense animal-like etchings which form the Nazca Lines and a remote burial ground for 30,000 mummified corpses. And finally to an epic river-journey up the Amazon to discover the secrets of the Shuar, a tribe of legendary savagery. Even for a traveller so used to surreal adventures, there are many strange encounters - some gruesome, some hilarious - among madmen and dreamers, sorcerers, con-men and jungle experts, before he can at last discover the truth about the Birdmen of Peru.< Less