"I'm not freakin' traveling just to see crop circles!", hubby's voice was stern.
Aaand initiating facepalm in 3.. 2... 1.
He clearly didn't spend his younger years watching Space Sheriff Shaider.
Unfortunately, the tour has its disadvantages too. Compared to taking public transport, booking a tour meant shelling out more dibs, especially cause we weren't able find someone else to share the car with. Also, the Mirador Observation Platform only lets visitors see three geoglyphs. Just so you know, the UNESCO World Heritage Site encompasses almost 500 square kilometers of the Nazca Desert. So yeah, flying is your only way to see the whole shebang. Unless a complex network of zip-lines are built over 'em. Okay, that's a silly joke. Sorry for even putting the idea into the universe.
If you think I'll be discussing about the different theories behind the Nazca Lines, well, I'm telling you I'd rather decipher this Georgian kids' show Luna's watching (we're currently in Tbilisi, Georgia). Or I'll start talking about aliens. If you're feeling really slothful to look it up, to put it simply, most of the theories are related to astronomy. And I believe none of which weighs heavier than the other.
It's an open case 'til this very day.
Round-The-World 2011-2012, Peru Leg:
Paracas National Reserve, Peru: Images Of A Desolate Beauty
Islas Ballestas, Paracas,Peru: Penguins In The Wild
Huaca Pucllana, Lima, Peru: The Ruins And The Red Balloon
El Zaguan B&B, Lima, Peru
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