/ September 18, 2017
“And on your right, is the famous Paracas Family,” the co-pilot announced over the speakers as we flew over the image of the ‘cutely-drawn’ family of 5.
Or was it 6? It wasn’t clear.
There’s the man – the head of the family – with a huge mane, like the rays of the sun and holding on a stick; a woman with her long hair till the waist, and two children who look more like rabbits to me.
Separated from the group is a small person, presumably the baby of the family.
The pilot circled around the family to the left, giving the passengers on the other side an equal chance to see the Family.
Now this is not something one gets to see every day, not even on the famous Nazca Lines flight. This is the lesser known Palpa Lines.