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feel glad I took the flight over the Nazca lines which was one of my alltime highlights. Dont think the museum existed then-sorry I missed it if it did- so I spent rest of day after dawn flight looking at mummies out in the desert-Miles of sand and bones and clothing- absolutely extraordinary. From your photos looks like you saw some in the museum? dressed up in clothes for some bizarre reason? Never experienced the spongebag phenomenon not being one for the pressurised container( I try to be green in this respect)but did experience the bodily fluids problem and broke my glasses in the process(don't ask!). I then had to spend Xmas Eve in La Paz trying to find somewhere to mend them just as everyone wanted to close up and go off to celebrate with big Xmas eve meal. Succeeded fortunately as had no spares and was left wearing sunglasses in the dark-which probably made the search for a repairer more difficult!

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