Mystically True, Machu Picchu

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The welcome entrance sign outside Aguaclientes.

Machu Picchu, which means “Old Peak”from the native  Quechua language soars  at an altitude of 7710 feet is also called the “Lost City of the Incas “ by the American Archaeologist Robert Bingham who discovered the abandoned citadel back in 1911and it is also one of the new seven wonders of the world and not surprisingly, it is also the most visited landmark in South America.

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Andrei Oliver Parlade

Andrei Oliver Parlade

Born and raised in Manila, Andrei Oliver Parlade is a Filipino-American who never forgets his roots. He's a writer, explorer, history buff, linguist, freelance content contributor and producer, turtle-lover, proud pit bull daddy, a US Navy Veteran, and a lifelong learner. He has been to over 50 countries, and all 7 continents and continues to pursue infinite possibilities. Join him, and his arf-venture buddy, Seizo in their quest to see the sun, and moon; to chase the horizon and rest in cities, mountains, ice, and sand.