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Ignacio Morsesky 499, Nasca, Peru | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Nasca

Where's the whale?

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... br> We spent the morning reading (me) and watching the F1 (Mr H). After a few enquiries, we decided to arrange a tour to see the Nasca lines through our hostel for the following day, and so relaxed at the hostel much of the afternoon, catching up on lost sleep. We headed out for dinner on the town's main boulevard, where we had an excellent meal, before browsing in the handicraft shops and strolling around the main square.

The following morning, we were ...

Days 356 - 358: Peru; Mystery and Nature

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... adventure in Rio, Brazil and travelled through Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia before finishing in Peru. Of course over landing in a truck meant we could go in every which way to get to that finish line. This particular route took us on four legs or four trips:
* Rio - Buenos Aires, 4,375km - 75 hours
* Buenos Aires - La Paz, 3,603km - 83 hours
* La Paz - Cusco, 825km - 16hours
* Cusco - Lima, 2,070km - 38hours.
In total, that meant in 60 days we drove ...

Nazca Racing

A travel blog entry by cmitch257


... by a face and mouth full of sand! We had earned our rest, and following the sand boarding, we relaxed at the hotel by the pool for a few hours before we ventured to our next stop of on route to hotel in Nazca for the night, a watch tower to see the famous Nazca lines. By a watch tower, I mean a few steel poles put together with stairs, blowing precariously in the wind. This was used to see the famous drawings marked in the sand and rocks, as images for the Gods to see, still ...

Down underground and up flying high...

A travel blog entry by niblet


... camera! Although I was relieved when the plane landed, it was amazing to see the lines and it's an experience I will never forget.

Once we safely arrived back at our hostel we all regrouped to perform a thousand year-old tradition, a ceremony called a Pachamanca which is a Polynesian meal where food is wrapped in banana leaves and cooked on burning stones for a few hours whilst buried underground. To perform this ritual there needs to be a "king" and a "queen". As Adam was ...

Nasca lines- what's the fuss about...

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john

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... much to our relief. We hopped on the bus and went back to Nasca. We still had time to kill before our night bus, so we decided to find somewhere to eat. While walking around the streets, we came across a few carnival floats of children all parading around, so we stopped to watch and admire the clothes they were dressed in. We then found a restaurant and dragged it out for as long as we could there. Afterwards, we went back to wait at the Cruz del Sur office for our bus to ...


This inn, located on Ignacio Morsesky 499, Nasca, is near Vatican Museums, Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), and Palazzo dei Conservatori.
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