The Nazca Lines are a series of pre-Colombian geoglyphs composed of over 300 different figures. The lines were etched into the desert sands, some as wide as 30 meters and as long as 9 kilometers. The windless and dry climate have preserved the lines to be seen today. They were created between 500 BC and 500 AD and thought to be of religious significance. Thankfully, the zofran kept me from puking my brains out on the acrobatic flight.
The Hands and The Tree.