Chile: A Bit of Mystery

Day 4/Part 1–

When we woke up in the morning, we were excited to see what the ruins looked like in the daylight. We could see that they were old, but we have no way of telling how old because there weren’t any informational signs, and I haven’t been able to find anything about them on the internet.  It was clear from what we could see, that there were a series of small rooms, each having a single door, and most had a small window.

The structures were made of what appeared to be an adobe-style mud.  There was nothing left of the roof, and most of the walls were crumbling and falling apart.  Large chucks of the walls were laying on the ground, and garbage was strewn about everywhere.

Bird’s Eye View

Pierre decided to fly his drone, so we could get a view from above.  When we looked at the drone pictures, we were surprised to discover that buildings stretched out for a considerable distance.  The ruins will remain a mystery for now, but I’m going to try to find out more about them when I get home.

Desert Art

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