This book recounts Adams’s tale of roughing it through Peru in search of Inca ruins and ancient cities while following archaeologist Hiram Bingham’s original route. The book taught me a lot about Peru, and made me inspired to visit a lot of the sites Adams explored on my next trip there.
Like him, I fully plan to turn right. It was the best travelogue I’ve read in a while and has inspired me to visit a lot of the off-the-beaten-path places he did in the book.
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