You find these sceletons on the the cemetery of Chauchilla. There are still several open "graves" that contains mummies how they have been conservated over the years.
Fondest memory: I like this picture very much...has got something special these three skeletons looking up to you...
Once in Peru I think you have to visit the lines of Nasca although from the ground there isn´t that much to see. But it´s impressing to see these lines, knowing that there´s still no 100% explanation how and why they are constructed. Maria Reiche, a german mathematic spent all her life in searching and investigating about the lines, one of the ideas some people have is an airport or something like that for extraterrestics......
Fondest memory: The special point is: You CANNOT see the geometrical form of all these lines from the ground, they are too big. So....why did human beings construct something they can´t really see at all?
Favorite thing: A central commercial area near to Plaza de Armas, the Nazca city become lively after 9:00 am in the morning.
The only market in Nazca City. This is the nest place to know the Nazca city in general, the frite, the vegetable and the thing people eat here.
A must visit place in Nazca City.
An internet Cafe along Jr. Lima Street. This cafe will open from 10:00 - 13:00, lunch break and then open again from 15:00 - 20:30pm daily.
1US$1.00 for 1 hour internet usage.
Favorite thing: The cemetery of Chauchilla contains bones, skulls, mummies, pottery shards and fragments of clothes dating back to the late Nasca period (500-700 AD).