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When we first arrived at the little airport in Nasca to fly over the Infamous Nasca Lines, I met a shaman named Apu-Yaku which translates in Quechua to Mountain-Water. The Nazca lines are geoglyphs and geometric line clearings in the Peruvian desert. They were made by the Nazca people, who flourished between 200 BC and 600 […]
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On our way from Juliaca airport to Puno, the main city on Lake Titicaca, we decided to detour to visit the Great Cemetery of Hatum Colla – the Tombs of Sillustani. This is a woman tending to her sheep along the roadside. We stopped to say hello to a local woman and she let us […]
It was 6am and chilly when we boarded our boat to go see the islands of Paracas, a protected marine reserve. All of the colorful fishing boats and pelicans were out in full force. The limestone rocks were a deep orange which contrasted with the bird guano everywhere. The locals actually collect and sell the […]