Nazca, Peru was a clean and friendly city.
Melons at a local vendor in Nazca.
It was the Christmas season when we visited Nazca.
We went out for a walk while we were there, circling in the Zocalo for a while until we got tired.
It was a safe city that seemed really accessible to foreigners like us. We decided that if we were ever going to stay in Peru for a long time, we’d go back to Nazca.
Walking back to the Nazca House, our bed and breakfast.
The Nazca House Bed and Breakfast: Photo Gallery
Nazca Cahuachi Ruins: Photo Gallery
Nazca Chauchilla Cemetery: Photo Gallery
The Nazca Lines in Nazca, Peru: Photo Gallery
Our Tour of Nazca with Raul from Nazca Trips—By Jennifer Shipp
The Nazca Lines –By Lydian Shipp
Christmas in Peru – By Lydian Shipp
Scaring the Bejeezus out of Your Teen Through Travel: An Experiment in Progress – By Jennifer Shipp