Our hosts prepare us a meal of maggie noodle casserole, a staple in the Himalayas. Pang, Ladakh, India
a view of the Mayan city of Palenque in Chiapas, Mexico. Fascinating place rich in Pre Colombian history. Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico
Taking in the view of the historic centro (and studying!) from atop the Hostal Villa Colonial in my favorite city in Mexico. Zacatecas, Mexico
After months of climbing some of the highest peaks in the Americas and being in a permanent state of asphyxia I’m exiting southern Bolivia and descending some 8,000 feet to the Atacama desert in Chile. Bolivia/Chile Frontera
I’m not typically a fan of beach resorts but this Peruvian retreat was a great place to spend Thanksgiving and the only time I would leave the Andes while in Peru.
the still expanding Perito Moreno glacier, it’s quite a sight to witness a massive chunk of ice fracture off and fall into the ocean. Perito Moreno, Argentina
I don’t tire of the colonial architecture. Centro – Leon, Nicaragua Thanks to my gracious host.
After a delay at the checkpoint waiting for last night’s snow to be cleared we make our way over our first 5,000 meter pass. Baralacha La, Ladakh Region, India
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