We heard tell that a strong stomach was required forthe flight over the Nasca Lines, so we decided to go alternative and take the ground tour arranged by our hostel.
Maybe not so impressive, but with two viewing platforms, one for pre-Nasca drawings on a hill side and the second to see the frog and the tree we saw enough. The other benefit was our knowledgeable driver took use to the Maria Reiche Museum. Marie re-discovered the Nasca Lines in the mid-20th century, mapped and cleared them of debris, so we can all joined them today.
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