Along the Inca Road: A Woman's Journey Into an Ancient Empire

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National Geographic Society, Sep 1, 2001 - Social Science - 320 pages
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A woman's journey along the ancient "Inca Road" follows the high-altitude spine of an empire across the Andes from Ecuador to Brazil, where she documents the descendents of the Inca with words and images. By the author of Hitchhiking Vietnam. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

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Review: Along the Inca Road: A Woman's Journey into an Ancient Empire (Adventure Press)

User Review  - John Gurney - Goodreads

Enjoyable, fascinating travel book. Delightful prose details Karin Muller's trip on over 3,000 miles of the ancient Inca Road through the Andes. I found it riveting to read of countless indigenous ... Read full review

Review: Along the Inca Road: A Woman's Journey into an Ancient Empire (Adventure Press)

User Review  - Toni - Goodreads

It's been a long time since I've read this book. But I remember loving it. It planted the seed for my desire to go to Cuzco and see Macchu Picchu, which is kind of a big travel destination these days ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

KARIN MULLER's four-hour documentary series on Japan will air on public television in fall 2005. Her previous documentaries, "Hitchhiking Vietnam" and "Along the Inca Road," premiered in 1998 (on PBS) and 2000 (on the National Geographic Channel and MSNBC), respectively. Muller is an expert lecturer on Japan for the National Geographic Society, and her writing appears in "National Geographic" and "Traveler" magazines. She appears on Marketplace and other National Public Radio broadcasts. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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