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Hello again, I think I am paying for it after the flight over Nazca lines, they were very dramatic but the ride was a nightmare nauseating experience.....just got off the small plane, still wanna puke...... ...
... the Andes and they were quite a few people getting up and down with travel sickness - it was not a pleasant ride! I arrived into Nasca at 8am, and after checking into my hostel I booked up to go on a flight over the Nasca lines straight away at 9am, as ...
... where we had dinner yesterday and had the 6soles menu - I had fish this time. Great value. Had articuchos(cow heart) for the last time from the same roadside stall, before heading back to the bus station to board our 10pm bus for Arequipa. Nazca, ...
... a lot of shacks and huts made out of items you would never think could create a home. On the bus ride from Lima to Peru we saw these massive cities that are simply a collection of roofless huts and shacks scattered in the sand. No streets, no stores, ...
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The ancient Nasca Indians etched geometric lines and figures that were often made of one continuous line, some up to forty miles in length. Best seen by flying overhead, the lines contain such figures as a whale, dog, monkey, iguana, spider, lizards, birds and other geometric designs.
This cemetery holds the mummified remains of members of the Nasca culture, dating back between 200 BC and 500 AD.
Caserio la Pascana, Carretera Panamericana Sur Km 420, San Pablo Nasca, Peru
Get a hearty dose of Peru's history and archaeology at this excellent museum that houses textiles, ceramics, mummies and artwork. The museum was named for the woman famous for studying the mysterious Nasca Lines of Peru.
Carretera Puquio-Cusco, Nasca, Peru
An ingenious system of stone aqueducts built by the people of Nasca in ancients times is still functioning and used by local farmers for irrigation.