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18 AGO 2014

During renovations along the principal street leading into Cusco's main square, workers uncovered Incan walls, some small steps, and a water duct dating back to 1905. Among the telephone lines and water pipes, ceramic fragments were also found, along with scattered Incan stones that had been used in earlier versions of the street, under whose base runs the Saphy River. You might be surprised...

12 AGO 2014

If you take a 1 day tour of Uyuni Salar, you will indeed visit only the salt flats. However, if you take a 3 day tour, you will see much more of the stunning landscape of southwestern Bolivia: the red and green lakes, feeding flamingoes, eroded rock formations, geysers and hotsprings, gigantic cacti, imposing volcanoes, and more.

06 AGO 2014

The little town of Nazca is in the news this week thanks to two fortuitous events: sandstorms which swept up a layer of sand from the desert floor, and an eagle-eyed pilot who spotted newly exposed Nazca lines which include a nearly 200ft long snake, a very long zigzag, a giant bird, and some camelids which appear to be llamas....

31 JUL 2014

Nazca's arid climate has preserved a range of intriguing artifacts, including textiles and ceramics with intricate, mythical designs & millennia-old mummies. Among these, one finds the subterranean Cantayoc Aqueducts, which, more than a thousand years after their construction, are still providing water to transform parched ground into a fertile valley. A

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