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Nazca

Can I Keep my Supper down?

I arrived at Nazca bright and early in the morning, feeling a bit ill from the trip. I went straight to the airport and booked a flight over the Nazca lines. I probably paid too much (S/350) but was in no mood to shop around or barter.

The flight only lasted 40 minutes and I figured I could keep last nights supper down for that long. One of the girls on my flight couldn't and another lady just about didn't make it either.

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After seeing all the photos of these lines in the desert I expected them to be a bit bigger from the air, but I guess the elevation we where flying at made some of them look a little small to me. Anyhow, been there, done that. Time to land the plane. Fast please.

Diarrhea hits again, and I pay a couple of visits to the airports bathroom before heading back to town. A tour operator grabs everyone up he can and gives them a free ride back to town. Parking in front of their office of course. In town I leave my bag at the tour operators and went and ate a so called "American Breakfast". I then walked back to the tour operator and booked a hostel and tour at my next destination. He then walked me down the block to the Cruz del Sur bus terminal and off I went to Paracas, which was only a couple of hours away.

Posted by ScottK 08:22 Archived in Peru

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