First Glimpses Of Machu Pichu

Machu Pichu

Some things don’t require narration. Below is my encounter with Machu Pichu.

Arrival By Train

First Glimpse

When I got there in the morning, it was foggy and cloudy. Below are the pictures.

Inca Bridge

A small bridge from the Incan times used by the Incan army to protect Machu Pichu. Beautiful views and vegetation along the way.

Second Glimpse

After visiting the Inca Bridge, the clouds and fog cleared up for some more stunning views of the site.

Inside The Site


You have to visit to understand, feel, and appreciate this amazing Incan accomplishment.

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