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Nazca Part II: Aqueducts, Dune Buggies and Sand Boarding

March 17th 2013
I still wasn't having any luck finding a tour to the aqueducts or for the sand dunes. As I sat doing my research and combing through my guide books, the phone rang. The tour desk here at the hotel had 4 people confirmed for the dune buggy ride out to the sand dunes and would I like to go? Heck yeah I would! All I had to do was show up in the lobby at 2:30 with my sunglasses, hat, sun screen an ... read more
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20th March 2013

Great sunset!
Hi B, loved this sunset picture. Will have to get mom down to see it in color. You know, you can't see a sunset or sunset picture without thinking about her. Everything you have written about and pictured on this trip has been fantastic. Next thing you know you will be a snow boarder. Have fun!
20th March 2013

I think of Mom when I post them
It's funny that you say that. I always think of Mom when I post sunsets and Dad when I post trains, sheep or monkeys. I had a feeling you would like this trip. From all that I have done, you would think that I was an outdoors kind of guy. Who knew. Snowboarding? Well I will take that under consideration. lol Thanks for the message.

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