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From Empty Nester to Machu Picchu Trailblazer
After attending college but before attending graduate school, I hopped on a plane without any specific plans or itinerary, traveling for about seven months and picking up odd jobs in some obscure locations. I always knew that when I got older I would travel again, albeit in a more “civilized” manner. This particular trip, hiking the Inca Trail in the Peruvian Andes, was something on our lifetime list. This trip was always a sort of unofficial item on our bucket list, well before it became popular to speak of “bucket lists.”
This trip was always at the top of our list. In fact, this is the first big trip that my wife and I took since we became empty nesters. Empty nesters are a married couple whose children have left home and now live on their own, leaving my wife and me to an empty home where once our children lived.
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