Travel Blogs from Puno, Peru

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Floating, Puno, Peru travel blog


A travel blog entry by onthesunnyside


... schoen weich. Kein Wunder haben saemtliche Insulaner extrem sensible Fuesse. Wenn sie zum Fischverkauf und Fruechteeinkauf nach Puno mit seinen geteerten Strassen fahren, verraten sie deshalb ihre Identitaet von weitem durch den, ihre Fuesse ...

Puno, Puno, Peru travel blog


A travel blog entry by chris-barbara


... more. Central Puno was quite nice, with a pretty main square (every main square is called "Plaza de Armes" in Peru) and a pedestrianised main drag lined with restaurants & travel agents. We found a good restaurant which served "Gordon Blimey" ...

Puno- the worst place we´ve been, Puno, Peru travel blog

Puno- the worst place we´ve been

A travel blog entry by paulandlola


... the Uros, despite being amongst the poorest of Peru, were without doubt the happiest and most overtly friendly that we encountered. We reluctantly returned to Puno, to rest before pressing on to the Bolivian side of Lake Titikaka the following ...

A Never-Ending Journey, Puno, Peru travel blog

A Never-Ending Journey

A travel blog entry by kally563

... but what to do with it? We had done everything we wanted in Ecuador and would be covering the highlights of southern Peru with his family. Nothing Lonely Planet said regarding northern Peru seemed particularly interesting, so somehow, we hatched a plan to ...

The simple life, Lake Titikaka, Peru travel blog

The simple life

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren


In the western world, the need for more is always apparent. The more wealth someone has, the more things they need, the more they need life to be easy, convenient and simple. Well, simple can't be more simple than in developing communities. Take the ...

reed islands and Tachile island festival, Puno, Peru travel blog

reed islands and Tachile island festival

A travel blog entry by jochky


... Islands are really interesting they stink of over commercialization, traditionally dressed women and children selling wares that we had seen throughout Puno. We did the ¨reed boat ride¨ over to another of the islands and were shown more market goods! It ...

Birthday in Peru, Puno, Peru travel blog

Birthday in Peru

A travel blog entry by ajohnson


... of you, but its my birthday and I want to get out of the internet lab!  So I will talk with you again very soon!!  It´s time to go get ready to celebrate my birthday with my great group here in Peru!  Much love!! Love, Ali / ...

Journey from Puno, Peru to LaPaz, Bolivia, Puno, Peru travel blog

Journey from Puno, Peru to LaPaz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by danijon


The journey from Puno to La Paz was beautiful. Travelling 7 hours during the day gave us ample opportunity to take in the vast country side and more importantly Lake Titikaka. The villages and homes we drove past were so old, almost medieval. The land ...

Day 3 - 13000 feet and counting, Puno, Peru travel blog

Day 3 - 13000 feet and counting

A travel blog entry by joluu


... group, so we are in safe hands now.  Chris got what he wanted, the best cerbiche in town.  We are now in Puno, which has a lot more Incan culture.  People are dressed in traditional clothing and not western jeans.  This is our pit stop ...

Time to move on.., Puno, Peru travel blog

Time to move on..

A travel blog entry by travel_boy


... I met on the Inca Trail, and agreeing to meet up in La Paz, Bolivia, it gave me enough time to swing through Puno, which is a port town for Late Titicaca. Lake Titicaca is the ´highest navigable lake in the world´ which basically means that is there ...

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