Hostal Nido del Condor

Carretera Panamericana sur, Nasca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Panamericana sur, Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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Travel Blogs from Nasca

Nazca lines and mummies

A travel blog entry by fnchabini on Aug 09, 2014

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... on the other hand some think that their symmetry and geometry is so complicated it can only be extraterrestrial or at least the incas learned of another superior culture and tried to recontact it back later. The flight itself is a very cool attraction. After we visited the cemetery Chauchilla of the ancestral nazca and paracas people mummies well preserved in fabrics reaching 20 meters. For the rest Nazca is a small village in the desert nothing ...

Nazca lines

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 24, 2014

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... waiting for Luis Ayquipa to collect us. I was glad our Spanish is getting better. Luis arrived shortly after and took us to another office to lock up our bags and then to the airport for our flight. It was all falling into place and seemed a bit too easy for our trip. Once we got to the airport we were weighed and our passports scanned. We were on the second plane and taken into the waiting area. We waited for ages and nothing, 30 more minutes we were told. There was a sandstorm ...

Stepping Back Into History

A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis on Jun 04, 2014

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... ancient tradition. I purchased a small piece of pottery, hoping it will make the trip home and take up residence with mementos of other travels.

The Nazca Lines were next on the agenda. I was tucked into a cozy six seater plane with a goal of flying over ancient lines carved into the landscape by the Nazca people. There are various theories as to how and why these lines were designed. My favorite is that ...

Magical Day

A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis on Jun 03, 2014

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... at the primitive establishment. We thought surely this facility was a historical site, but really it was in operation today. It made people pause to think about if they should partake in the creations of this establishment, as quality control was surely not in effect. Yet, we seem to be a daring group, so many did.

Nestling into the bus yet again, we now had a two hour drive to our first glimpse of Nazca lines. I still need ...

Days 356 - 358: Peru; Mystery and Nature

A travel blog entry by djmorton on May 02, 2014

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... pottery placed inside them, filled with gold or even water. The fact the water was found in their bodies in bowls, 1800 years later is amazing - but totally weird. Baby's heads were decapitated (while alive) and used as sacrifices to the condor birds - to pray for rain. Adult heads were decapitated during a battle, then a hole drilled in and a belt was threaded through and used as a trophy around the 'winners' waist. The missing heads on some of the bodies were replaced with ...