Travel Blogs from Puno, Peru

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Somewhere in Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru travel blog

Somewhere in Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by simonryser

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... wider einich e public bus bestige und si 7h nach Puno gfahre. Aber viu hani vo derae Reis nid grad mit uebercho! Puno isch geng no in Peru und ligt am Titicacasee, undes isch um die Jahreszyt zimech chaut da! Am Ziischtig simer wider mau frueh usem Bett ...

Lake Titicaca and Isla Del Sol, Puno, Peru travel blog

Lake Titicaca and Isla Del Sol

A travel blog entry by olefrog

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Well the Puno part of this is going to be very short...we got in very late. Had a view of the lake from the top of the town before descending to the hotel. Our driver, bless him, took us to the wrong hotel (there are two Casa Andina Classics in town) and ...

Caņa para todas las cosas, Puno, Peru travel blog

Caņa para todas las cosas

A travel blog entry by vickicooper

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... ; there were tuktuks everywhere and the streets were dirty and filled market stalls selling everything from bananas to batteries. It was in Puno that Tom and I parted company with the Great Dane after a very easy bus ride over the border.  Then along ...

Puno, Puno, Peru travel blog

Puno

A travel blog entry by lozhan

... and really the scenery was not much to be desired, shit loads of rubbish, unfinished mud brick homes and 10 billion plastic bags! Puno is situated 3830m above sea level on Lake Titicaca. And i must say the gorgeous colour of the lake stuck out like dogs ...

The Uros Islands on the Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru travel blog

The Uros Islands on the Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by camille_simon

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... the Uros people still live. That was pretty impressive and I´m glad we got to visit those before Simon rushed me out of Peru (attracted by the promise of Cheap Bolivia). Moreover we were lucky to visit the islands on the day of a local wedding, ...

Sick of being Sick, Puno, Peru travel blog

Sick of being Sick

A travel blog entry by mojo101

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Have been in Puno for 2 days now, which is situated at the beautifull Lago Titicaca (to be pronounced Titihaha' so it doesn't sound like titi shit :-) Unfortunately all I've seen is the hotel we're staying in but I can say it's a nice one. After ...

2 Days on the Island, Puno, Peru travel blog

2 Days on the Island

A travel blog entry by adamfriend1

... rude germans blowing smoke out of the window in front so that it came in our window a tripled the hangover.   Anyway we reached Puno yesterday, and found the El Manzano Lodge.  A happy go lucky place with bunk beds.  We had some fish and ...

Puno, Peru og kulde BRRRRR, Puno, Peru travel blog

Puno, Peru og kulde BRRRRR

A travel blog entry by beritmette

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... siv. Boernene gaar i skole derude og hele deres verden foregaar derude paa vandet. English: We have crossed the border to Peru. Are now in Puno at the other side of the lake Titicaca. The town is not pretty and look halffinished or like after a big ...

i am a charlie´s angel in disguise..., Puno, Peru travel blog

i am a charlie´s angel in disguise...

A travel blog entry by rubyfunk

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... annoyed with those who sit at the roadside, as able-bodied and capable as anyone, and beg. Anyway, enough of that, we arrived in Puno, an ugly pimple of a town on the shore of Lake Titicaca - dadada - the highest navigable lake in the world - and a ...

Floating Islands, Puno, Peru travel blog

Floating Islands

A travel blog entry by jttours

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After a ridiculously easy border crossing we were in Peru. Puno was a quick stop for us. We stayed in a lovely hostel that had a living room and kitchen shared between every few rooms, the hostel was pretty much empty which meant we more or less had a ...

Peaceful Puno, Puno, Peru travel blog

Peaceful Puno

A travel blog entry by squiresmm

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... ; Hmm! So we have 3 hours (though they told us it would be 30mins – Peruvian time!) to wait until a new battery comes from Puno for us. Our families all stay with us to keep us company (though we learn that the women who cooked for us last night are ...

Floating Villages, lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru travel blog

Floating Villages, lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by egsjr1944

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Up with the rain for breakfast. Not the most appealing start to a day on the lake in a boat, but we will continue anyway, we are travelers. The rain had let up by the time we got to the floating islands, made up of reeds stacked up to 3 meters deep. ...

Die Voegelein vom Titicaca See, Puno, Peru travel blog

Die Voegelein vom Titicaca See

A travel blog entry by tomandbecky

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... dry Andean landscape, only one town and some shallow lagunas. And of course, several herds of alpacas (lama and sheep mixture). Puno is a port-town of the Titicaca Lake though otherwise not very spectacular. As one of our possible appointment, Moritz who ...

The Epic Journey, Cusco to Puno, Puno, Peru travel blog

The Epic Journey, Cusco to Puno

A travel blog entry by samcohen1987

... , re built a bridge, got stopped and painted on, removed a blockade, reblocked a road, got lost in the dark and eventually got to Puno. Epic. The driver got a pretty decent trip. Poor guy had no idea what he was in for. 2 days later, he had to do the ...

Squishy islands and terrible food..., Uros Floating Islands and Puno, Peru travel blog

Squishy islands and terrible food...

A travel blog entry by richardandfiona

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... victory dance to the tune of that old favorite "I told you so..." it was time to return to dry land again and our hotel in Puno. Thankfully our room was different and although I felt sorry for whoever was stuck in our old one at the top, I was just glad ...

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

Cusco to Puno and Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak

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... a daily occurrence. They do fish and hunt birds and supplement their diet with trading veges etc back at the port in Puno. Wayne and I felt a little uncomfortable with the touristy effect we had and tourism generally has had on theses people. We declined ...

Thousands of Steps, Puno, Peru travel blog

Thousands of Steps

A travel blog entry by natecropp

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... highly enough. Four hours later, we got another bus to pick us up. Twelve hours to go 50 miles. Sweet. Kelly and I are in Puno now. Puno is the jumping off point for Lake Titicaca. We're going out on the lake for a few days in what should be a ...

Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru travel blog

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by gerhard

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still to ...

Puno, Puno, Peru travel blog

Puno

A travel blog entry by smith.fiona

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Hello everyone, Our next stop has been Puno, where we went to visit some islands with penguins, seals, lots of birds and lots of bird poo.  The weather was so Scottish, it was disgusting, please look at the photos to see what we had to wear to ...

Going native........after a fashion!, Puno, Peru travel blog

Going native........after a fashion!

A travel blog entry by liv.ltd

... hauled over the andes by donkeys, admired some ducks and shopped and subsequently dropped in some markets!    We left Puno by train and wound our way through stunning scenery and dusty towns and villages.  We were served delicious food ...

Islands part 1, part Peru :), Puno, Peru travel blog

Islands part 1, part Peru :)

A travel blog entry by marie-line

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... the illusion that we do know, and we hope we do... Of course I do know where my next busticket is leading to, Puno! A small town near the border of Bolivia, and at Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake n the world.I found a cool CouchSurfhost, ...

El Lago Titicaca, Puno, Peru travel blog

El Lago Titicaca

A travel blog entry by arango

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... the Chivay central plaza. Had our cowboy coffee and fresh bread, and headed back the way we came to find the main highway to Puno. Climbed back to the 16,500 feet plains of Vicuņas and Llamas, and just passed the natural preserve, where we found the ...

Day 43 – Place of Rest, Puno, Peru travel blog

Day 43 – Place of Rest

A travel blog entry by saseau

... were all packed, but our favourite restaurant (Hacienda Restaurant) found room for the two of us. Thankfully, they share owners with the pizzeria next door, so Marie got her Hawaiian pizza. Puno, a place to rest. Hope all is well! Love, Gary and ...

Breaking out of Bolvia, Puno, Peru travel blog

Breaking out of Bolvia

A travel blog entry by missiaaron

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... -deserved pisco-sours. The next day we went in our separate directions, as backpackers do, and continued our journey from Puno to Cusco, Peru.  Unfortunately there were still impassable roads ahead. What was should have been a 6 hour bus ride became ...

TitiKAKA, Puno, Peru travel blog

TitiKAKA

A travel blog entry by bryanfennell

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... that was about. So we have hit Peru and are very excited about the next two weeks.  We are currently in Puno, a small town in the south of Peru, just beside lake Titikaka.  With the good Exchange rate we were able to grab a hotel for the past ...

Een goede dokter gevonden, Puno, Peru travel blog

Een goede dokter gevonden

A travel blog entry by astridandgijs

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We zijn op de 17e aangekomen in Puno, Astrid is nog steeds niet lekker en we besluiten om op de 18e 's morgens een dokter op te zoeken. Die blijkt om de hoek van het hotel te zitten en heel goed engels te spreken. Toch wel handig! Astrid wordt uitgebreid ...

Puno - Floating Islands, Fights & Food Poisoning, Puno, Peru travel blog

Puno - Floating Islands, Fights & Food Poisoning

A travel blog entry by moons_shell

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... a certain movie. “Do you think Willy Wonka is still alive?” Definately had some awesome and horrible experiences from Puno and we are now nestled up in a hammock looking down on Cococabana and Lake Titicaca from our hostel in some searing ...

Sunrise on Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru travel blog

Sunrise on Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by globalfootprint

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... make money from us, with more shops of souvenirs and a restaurant. After giving us time to peruse the goods we were taken back to Puno.  When we arrived in Puno we still had an hour or so spare, so we had fresh trout in one of the stalls by the ...

darkest peru, Puno, Peru travel blog

darkest peru

A travel blog entry by paislyqueen

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... needless to say i missed the bus. but did have an interesting taxi ride with a fellow that was smuggling rice, of all things, into peru and smelled suspiciously like old baked chicken. really, i can´t make this up. so needless to say, i missed the bus ...

Peru - Lima, Puno & Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru travel blog

Peru - Lima, Puno & Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by emilysabin

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... I HATED. I had to tactically down big gulps then put a piece of potato in my mouth to stop me from gagging. We returned back to Puno where a few of us went to visit Sillustani - an old Inca burial ground. We went out for a final dinner + show and here I ...

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