An intriguing title indeed. Mark Adams follows the route Hiram Bingham took to Machu Picchu, when he ‘discovered’ it. The book traces the journey of the both men, undertaken in very different times, the joys and challenges of their travels. Written with wit and humor, the book is pleasant reading. However, when Adams starts writing about his second trip, the book loses its thread and becomes unhinged.
Read, if you are interested in Machu Picchu , or are planning to visit.