Welcome to the win­ter edi­tion of Time­less Trav­els mag­a­zine

Timeless Travels Magazine - - WELCOME -

Avery large thank you for all the won­der­ful com­ments and en­cour­age­ment fol­low­ing the launch edi­tion of the mag­a­zine. I am de­lighted to say that it is now be­ing read in thirty coun­tries from the USA & Canada to Aus­tralia, from The Philip­pines to Ecuador & Panama. I have my map of the world and am madly colour­ing in ev­ery­where it has been down­loaded! I am also de­lighted to say that TT has its fin­ger on the pulse when it comes to places to visit. Na­tional Ge­o­graphic Trav­eller has just named Cho­que­quirao, the sis­ter site to Machu Picchu in Peru, as one of the top des­ti­na­tions to visit in the Amer­i­cas. Not only do we have the site in this is­sue, but it is writ­ten by the man who has been vis­it­ing it for over 20 years and is the fore­most ex­pert on it: self pro­claimed ar­chae­ol­o­gist and ad­ven­turer, Gary Ziegler.

Be­sides Peru you can also travel to China, Egypt, Tur­key, In­dia, Madrid, Greece and Mexico in this is­sue, and there is the usual arts roundup and ar­chae­o­log­i­cal news.

There is a look at the life of Car­avag­gio, the only Baroque pain­ter with a crim­i­nal record and amaz­ing pho­to­graphs of the 1966 flood in Florence that de­stroyed many pre­cious pieces of art and literature. Fi­nally, an in­ter­view with Lord Carnar­von shows there’s far more to High­clere than just Down­ton Abbey!

Happy read­ing!

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