Travel Blogs from Lake Titicaca, Peru

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A tale of two countries, Lake titicaca, Peru travel blog

A tale of two countries

A travel blog entry by kay06

... the guidebook said. Its probably the most boring place on earth, but with so many tourists as its the stop off for Lake Titicaca. As a result we spent most of the day bored in the hotel room before slooping off to dinner where we tried Guinea ...

Culture on Lake Titicaca, Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Culture on Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by msting

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... ! Hard to believe, but true. They can let the ropes go from near the harbour and float out farther. These islands are on Lake Titicaca, which is the highest navigatable lake in the world. It is HUGE!. Travelled about 3 hours out to the island of Amantani ...

Puno and Lake Titicaca, Puno and Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Puno and Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by gezza51

... day and the water looks uninviting. Luckily we are on the fast boat and by the time we get out of the little lake ( remember Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake at 3600 metres in the world and covers 8400 square Kim's half of which is in Bolivia) ...

Lake Titicaca, Puno and Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by erinweston

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We took a bus down to Puno and the following day took a boat to Uros and then to another island to sleep with the ...

Lake Titticaca, Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Lake Titticaca

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph

... . What a way to earn a living - must have thighs and calves like a shire horse. It is hard to comprehend the size of Lake Titicaca (various spellings of this, it appears). It is vast, the highest navigable stretch of water in the world (?). Onto a small ...

Lago Titicaca, Lake Titicaca Peru, Bolivia travel blog

Lago Titicaca

A travel blog entry by emmaspiers

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... at altitude), ate the local cuisine (quinoa), dressed in the local dresses and went out to a local dance at the small town hall. Lake Titicaca does however get freezing cold, especially at night. I think we all slept in every piece of clothing we ...

Why Bolivia has a navy, Puno & Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Why Bolivia has a navy

A travel blog entry by hpsauce

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... next day we boarded our peddle-powered tuk tuks at 7.30am for the trip down to the port to spend the next two days on Lake Titicaca. First stop was the floating  Uros islands. These are islands (around 50 of them) made of floating reed beds (about ...

Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley & Lake Titicaca, Machu Picchu & Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley & Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by benpotter

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... next morning. We arrived around midday and basically spent the afternoon relaxing before climbing to the top of a steep hill overlooking Lake Titicaca for sunset. The 4000 meters above sea level made the climb up very, very tough but we were rewarded ...

Living with the Natives, Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Living with the Natives

A travel blog entry by strawberryk

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We boarded a boat the next day and had a 3 hour ride on Lake Titicaca. Itīs the largest and deepest lake at this hight.  It was calm and beautiful. We spent most of the time sitting up on the roof enjoying the view, fresh air and sun. (Which we ...

Lake Titicaca, Floating Islands, Isla Del Sol, Lake Titicaca, Puno, Copacabana, Peru travel blog

Lake Titicaca, Floating Islands, Isla Del Sol

A travel blog entry by pimpernel

The fabled Lake ...

Highest navigable lake in the world, Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Highest navigable lake in the world

A travel blog entry by pmsmith2005

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... which actually cuts across the border with Bolivia. Interesting fact, despite not bordering any seas or oceans, Bolivia still have a navy! Lake Titicaca is huge at 8000km2 and is at 3800m therefore some are still feeling the effects of altitude. We all ...

Huge lake, breathtaking views, crap family stay!, Lake Titicaca, Peru travel blog

Huge lake, breathtaking views, crap family stay!

A travel blog entry by through.r.eyes

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... Arequipa, then through the vast and scarcely populated beautiful Altiplano before finally reaching Puno, the last Peruvian town bordering Lake Titicaca, we decided enough was enough, and slightly defeated we accepted the extra 3 hours it would have taken ...

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