Nazca, Nazca

Nazca, Nazca, Peru

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The Nauseating flight over Nazca, Nazca, Peru travel blog

The Nauseating flight over Nazca

A travel blog entry by andrewy

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...     Next we visited the ceramic factory where the local artisans continued the tradition of making Nazca potteries. These potteries are very beautiful with pretty designs. We also visited the gold extracting site where thousands ...

Lima to Nazca, Nazca, Peru travel blog

Lima to Nazca

A travel blog entry by florby

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... soup, and beef with rice. Went back to the hostel after that, and stopped by a roadside BBQ store for the famous local beef heart. It tasted chewy and had no weird stench, but I'm afraid of inerts so I only tasted a slice of it on the kebab. Nazca, ...

Lines in the Peruvian desert, Nazca, Peru travel blog

Lines in the Peruvian desert

A travel blog entry by alexndean

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... - anyone can see that this is just a case of ancient juvenile graffiti! That all took up a whole hour (and s/12 or $4 between us - bargain) so we spent the rest of the afternoon sampling the delights of Nazca (i.e. bored) before our night bus to ...

Flying over the mysterious Nazca lines., Nazca, Peru travel blog

Flying over the mysterious Nazca lines.

A travel blog entry by markandjade

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... set us up with his mate to give us a tour of this weird and wonderful site. The tombs are located a 30km drive outside of Nazca and 10 minutes from the highway through the desert. There were about 10 pits/tombs containing 1-3 mummies (families were buried ...