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Nazca er et ret specielt sted - det er en blanding mellem en wild wild west by og en velsmurt turistmaskine.
Efter ankomst til en større busstation bliver vi mødt af vores spradebasse en af guide ved navn Brady eller Brad Pitt iflg. ham selv, hvilket nok ikke kunne være længere fra virkeligheden! Mens han kører os til hotellet, fortæller han, …
... a set of salt pans each for 6 months) & it made a change from looking at piles of old stones. During our last week in Cusco we headed up to Sacsaywaman (or sexywoman in gringo language), an old incan fortress captured by the Spanish in 1536. Leaving home at 5am meant we had the place to ourselves and being on a travel budget, snuck in for free. It's been great spending some time in one place, but Cusco is rather polluted and our lungs will appreciate moving onto ...
In order to break up our journey south towards Cuzco our next stop was the bone dry and baking hot town of Nazca. In 1939 a flyover across the barren region revealed a network of 70 animal and plant drawings engraved onto the desert floors. These Nazca Lines are now the primary reason for travellers visiting the town. Not wanting to shell out $80 for a ...
... aqueducts of Cantalloc, which was a pretty ingenious system made hundreds of years ago to get water from the mountains down into the city where they get virtually no rain.
We went from the aqueducts to El Telar which is some more Nazca lines that are visible from about 100m up a hill. El Telar means “The Loom”, and the lines were supposed to show the lines on a loom, and the thread going through it. On ...
... in the rental car business (also known as "the real world") these are not viable options, so we settled for what was available in their fleet.
We christened our transport 'El Diablo’ [Fireball SFX]. The sun flared across his freshly polished exterior as he taunted us with roomy dimensions and excellent fuel economy. This gunmetal grey 2013 model Kia Rio would be carrying us on our quest into the desert wilderness to find the mysterious Nazca lines. Jacked up on Inca ...