Articles By: Lisa A. White

Staff writer Lisa White loves wandering through the world and life without a perfectly planned path. In all pursuits—whether personal or professional—she always has more to explore, more to learn, and more to do. She practices law in Tennessee with Greg Coleman Law PC, working primarily on class action lawsuits. When major corporations refuse to “do the right thing” for consumers, plaintiff firms like GCL step in. Whether for work or for fun, when Lisa catches a flight somewhere—anywhere—she makes plans to celebrate the good, positive, beautiful, tasty, and fun of the world.

Mystical and practical secrets for visiting Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu, Peru

Mystical and practical secrets for visiting Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu, Peru
Story by staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. ~.~.~.~.~ Latest in a series about her travels in Peru by staff writer Lisa A. White ~.~.~.~.~ WE ROLLED OUT OF BED at an alarming 4:00 a.m. Our train, a twenty-minute walk from Casa de Wow in Ollantaytambo, was to leave at 5:30...
November 14th, 2014 | SOUTH AMERICA, STAFF | Read More

Ollantaytambo, Peru: Cobblestones, prison ruins and vivid festival of the village’s patron saint

Ollantaytambo, Peru: Cobblestones, prison ruins and vivid festival of the village’s patron saint
Story by staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. ~.~.~.~.~ Latest in a series about her travels in Peru by staff writer Lisa A. White ~.~.~.~.~ In a previous story, I touched on our decision to stay in Ollantaytambo and our horseback ride to Inti Punku. However, I’ve barely...
October 30th, 2014 | SOUTH AMERICA, STAFF | Read More

The highlights and hazards of high-altitude Peru

The highlights and hazards of high-altitude Peru
Story by staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. ~.~.~.~.~ Latest in a series about her travels in Peru by staff writer Lisa A. White ~.~.~.~.~ WHEN WE DECIDED to zoom straight from Lima, through Cusco, and on to the town of Ollantaytambo without an overnight stop, Dan and I were...
August 1st, 2014 | HEALTH, SOUTH AMERICA, STAFF | Read More

Ollantaytambo, Peru: A Horseback Ride to Inti Punku

Ollantaytambo, Peru: A Horseback Ride to Inti Punku
Story by staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. ~.~.~.~.~ Latest in a series about her travels in Peru by staff writer Lisa A. White ~.~.~.~.~ As we were planning our trip to Machu Picchu and the surrounding areas, we decided from the start to stay in a single town: Ollantaytambo....
July 24th, 2014 | Mounted, SOUTH AMERICA, STAFF | Read More

A Memory-Making Restaurant: ChiCha in Cusco, Peru

A Memory-Making Restaurant: ChiCha in Cusco, Peru
Story by staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. ~.~.~.~.~ Latest in a series about her travels in Peru by staff writer Lisa A. White ~.~.~.~.~ Memories of food and travel, for me, have always been inextricably linked. My fondest memories of certain trips center on the new foods...
June 19th, 2014 | DINING, SOUTH AMERICA, STAFF | Read More

Machu Picchu, Peru: preparation for the journey

Machu Picchu, Peru: preparation for the journey
Feature photo ‘Machu Picchu with llama’ courtesy Marrovi. ~.~.~.~.~ First in a series about her travels in Peru by staff writer Lisa A. White ~.~.~.~.~ Is Machu Picchu on everyone’s bucket list? We are getting one of two reactions to our plans to travel to Machu Picchu: “That’s...
May 29th, 2014 | Scenic Wonders, SOUTH AMERICA, STAFF, TRAVEL PREP | Read More

Alabama’s Beaches: Down Time Down South

Alabama’s Beaches: Down Time Down South
Story by staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. ALABAMA IS NOT well-known for its beaches. If you look at the state’s map, you quickly realize that somehow Florida scooted to the west and took what could have been a lot of Alabama coastline. Depending on how it is calculated...
May 15th, 2014 | Beaches, STAFF, USA MAINLAND | Read More