These Wedge Graves have been dated to 3500 BC.
Most contain spiritual leaders. They contain many people each, but it was sometimes generations between burials.
This guy has been selling Coconut cakes out of that basket on his back since he was a young boy growing up in Mancora. Most people that have been there will have heard him walking up and down the beach with his basket, singing and selling cakes to the people.
No, I didn't climb up. My friends and I took a bus to Pisac, then hired a cab to drive us up the back way, then we walked down to the town. Much easiser that way.
Nice photos man.
I love Skye. Thats a great shot.
I have some of my own from a few years ago. I'll get around to posting them soon.
This guy owned the Hammok hut that I rented. He came by one morning to show me the hammerhead shark he caught in his net.
Can you see the rock that looks like a shark?
It almost looks like normal things happen here.
I came accross this monkey in an alley. His name is Martinez. True story.