Artist interpretation of  the construction of Puma Punku  at theTiwanaku Dining Hall.

Blueprint Technology from the Gods?

Right after the trek from Machu Picchu, I took the train back to Cuzco  and afterwards headed to Puno, which is situated near the shores of Lake Titicaca, the largest navigable lake in the world. This is where I had to get a Visa crossing at the border from Peru to Bolivia (it cost $135[…]

Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu view

Mystically True, Machu Picchu

Four years ago, from August 2011, right after graduation from the university I went backpacking to South America for three months, armed with all the Spanish language and Hispanic culture classes I have completed from school plus the extra dinero that I saved up for over a year. Adventure time it is!  #Vamos (Let’s Go)[…]

Gotta see the Taj Mahal of course :)

(Namaste) Incredible India

    From April 12th till the 24th of 2014, The National University San Diego School of Business and Management tour group went to India for the first time and embarked on an international experience excursion, visiting the nation’s leading commercial organizations such as the Tata Consultancy group and also engaged with new cultural connections[…]

Newspaper Rock Petroglyphs, Island in the Sky, Canyonlands, Utah

Pondering Petroglyphs

“What does it mean?” This question usually scratches an individual’s thought process whenever he or she is facing these beautiful remnants of a time long past that has slipped beyond our understanding. Petroglyphs are images and designs made by engraving, carving or pecking away the dark layer of rock varnish on a rock’s surface to[…]