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I had been trying to fix an issue with Internet Explorer for a couple of days now without success. I had been contemplating moving the blog to another blog framework for a while and I think this is finally a good time to do it. As an easy workaround try opening the blog with another …

Starting today, April 1st, 2010, Machu Picchu will reopen after being closed for more than 2 months following the landslides and torrential rains that caused damages to the railways to and from Machu Picchu.

Our support and prayers to our brothers and sisters from Chile. The U.S. Geological Survey said the earthquake struck 56 miles NE of the city of Conception at a depth of 22 miles at 3:34 a.m. (1:34 a.m. ET) Massive magnitude 8.8 (1000 times more powerful than Haiti’s earthquake) triggers Tsunami warnings all over the …

At least 800 more tourists are still stranded in Aguas Calientes after the torrential rains and landslides isolated Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu and surrounding villages.

Peru will no longer collect taxes for equipment utilized to perform trekking, and other extreme sports from tourists entering the country.