Category Archives: trains

Into the wild west. Crossing Patagonia following the 41st parallel.

During my childhood and youth in Poland long distance travel meant trains. It was the least expensive and most common way of crossing the country. It often meant long, overnight trips, sleeping in semi-private cabins, grabbing a bite to eat … Continue reading

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A luxury train journey in Peru.

Recently hailed by the CNN Travel as the #2 epic train journey in the world, albeit the shortest, the Hiram Bingham train from Cuzco to Machu Picchu (actually Aguas Calientes) is a truly luxurious experience in Andean travel. ¬†Following the … Continue reading

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