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

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National Geographic Society, 2001 - Social Science - 298 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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ALONG THE INCA ROAD: A Woman's Journey into an Ancient Empire

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An observant seven-month trek down the High Road of the Inca Empire from solo adventurer Muller (Hitchhiking Vietnam, not reviewed).Running for 3,000 miles down the spine of the Andes, with enough ... Read full review

Along the Inca road: a woman's journey into an ancient empire

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The multilingual Muller is best known for Hitchhking Vietnam, a book and PBS Special based on seven months of traveling around Vietnam. For her next challenge, Muller decided to follow the ancient ... Read full review

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