Well here I am.
Huacachina, Southern Peru
Sailing boats ready for action on a Sunday morning.
Waiting for sunset.
Beautiful little white house in the mountains
I’d be pissed off if that was my job too.
Peruvian family selling nuts and dried beans in the street.
Machu Picchu… pictures just don’t do it justice.
Where did it all go wrong?
Wish I was here!
Our view each morning…. could happily live here for a few months every winter.
Probably the happiest cow in the world.
Indian ladies doing their washing in the river…
…meanwhile the temple elephant has his morning bath (same river).
So that’s where my sunglasses went.
Rice field in Hampi.
Our new Indian friends.
Will they make it up the hill?
The Indian seat reservation system (on the train) which despite the chaos is strictly observed.
So goddam cool.
Ginger drying in the sun. One of the things I love about India is that quite often you can’t tell what era you’re in.
Get your groove on.
Early morning trek.
Room with a view (see below).
Couldn’t have asked for a better holiday buddy (Emily on the left, love her).
The hotel I stayed in in NYC, 2003. Didn’t appreciate how cool it was until I came across this image.
Classic studio portraits found in Mysore, India.