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Las Lineas de Nazca

Fuimos a Nazca sin otra intención que sobrevolar las misteriosas líneas de Nazca, y así fue. A las 6.30 de la mañana estábamos entrando en la ciudad y 3 horas más tarde estábamos subiendo a una avioneta para sobrevolar la zona durante 45 minutos, a 150 metros de altura, y poder ver así las...

permalink written by  Paso a Paso on May 2, 2010 from Nazca, Peru
from the travel blog: PASO A PASO



Etch-a-Sketch Popinjay

As soon as we got off the bus in Nazca we were confronted by hoards of touts waving leaflets at us, all desperate for our business. We hadn't seen anything like this for a while, maybe since Asia, but it soon became clear that this really is a one-trick town: all the touts seemed really...

permalink written by  The Happy Couple on November 16, 2009 from Nazca, Peru
from the travel blog: Michael's Round-the-World honeymoon



Please stop circling the monkey!

We finally escaped the Vortex yesterday and found a bitchin' 1974 Dodge Coronet collectivo taxi headed to Nazca with a load of cargo and a local couple. After 2 hours of bleak desert nothing, we came across a stretch of bleak desert nothing with a bunch of parked tour buses and a bunch of...

permalink written by  Jason Kester on October 8, 2009 from Nazca, Peru
from the travel blog: South!



Nazca lines

We travelled to Nazca with two girls from Huacachina - a completely insane Korean girl called Mia and a quiet girl called Larissa who did her best to calm her down. We got a taxi to the Nazca lines early in the morning in order to avoid the coachloads of tourists that promised to arrive later...

permalink written by  steve_stamp on June 22, 2009 from Nazca, Peru
from the travel blog: The art of being lost



Nazca time

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permalink written by  jabcoco on November 26, 2008 from Nazca, Peru
from the travel blog: Trip au Perou



The Nazca Lines

Boarded a light aircraft in order to see the famous Nazca Lines from the air. Sophie was totally petrified but we both really enjoyed the pilot swooping down low to show us the various figures etched onto the desert plains. Various theories exist as to what the figures represent. They are...

permalink written by  billyandsophie on June 20, 2008 from Nazca, Peru
from the travel blog: South America



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