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... person had set up a tower which you can climb to view part of the Nazca lines. Normally you need to take a small plane or helicopter to see the lines properly.
Arriving at the hotel, we all head to the supermarket to buy lunch for the next day which is going to be a very long day - the longest day on the coach of the entire holiday.
... trucks, driving like devils. The first day we drive double the planned distance. The second day we have to wait for roadworks several times. The first time even over an hour. We do a 150 KM that day, arriving in Nasca early afternoon. We decide to stay here for a day and take a look at the Lineas, so we have plenty of time, despite the waiting. Time to update my blog. And look at a childrens musical parade. They are learning young for real carnaval, copying the grown ups ...
... chat with josh which I definitely needed. I'm so keen for him to come over, the more I tell people the more keen I get. Archie and I jumped up to go and grab some lunch from a local chicken shop called Ricos Pollos. When 3 o'clock came we quickly bought our bus tickets (Lima for Archie and Cusco for myself) before boarding the bus to Ica. This is where the super fun parts start!! We arrived in Ica around 1600-1700 where we caught a cab into Huacachina. As ...
... knew how to construct hot-air balloons and that they did, in fact, observe the lines from the air. Another theory, given the value of water in the sun-baked desert, was that the lines were involved in mountain worship and a fertility/water cult.
To view the lines, we naturally took to the air. Included in our gadventures tour was a half-hour plane ride, which is what almost everyone does. Being the archaeological junky that I am, we paid an extra $125 US per person ...
... sure we would be in Cusco in time for our Inca Trail trip. We fired off an email to the various email addresses of the company and hoped for the best. A google search on the company was not encouraging, with people claiming that this was a fraudulent company.
On Wednesday 8th, we were picked up by the flight company at 7am. Our flight was a 35 minute pleasure flight over the world famous Nazca lines. ...