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... things were sold from stalls all the way up. People were even camping in tents on the road and next to it! Increible! The sunset held what it promised (see the pics). But we hadn't experienced yet all the surprises that this day had in store for us. To relax from the long day, we decided to take a shower - a fatal decision, as the shower was cold as and the temperature in our room wasn't warm neither...!
We had heard that there was an Irish owned hostel in the town called the 'Eagle and Conodor' that served an Irish breakfast and cups of Barry's tea. When Gilly was told about the Barry's tea there was only one place we were going. The guy who owns it was really sound and the breakfast was class. The only touristy thing to do in Lake Titicaca is to a visit an island called Isla de Sol but
... to put on the bottom of the boots and an ice pick. Off we set for a 45 minute walk up the mountain a bit. It was pretty exhausting. We were in an allied of about 4200 Or 4600 I think. Anyway we got climbing and it was great fun. We learnt how to walk in our crampons. They taught us the techniques we needed for going up and going down. Once we had done this for about an hour we went to a really steep wall of ice and we all had a go walking up the wall of ice. We had ropes tied to us, ...
... good job. We found the hotel we had booked online, it was in an extremely busy area and a real dump. So we made a quick decision to use our trusty ioverlander app and head to Camping Colibri. It was starting to get late so we were both on edge a little. However, we managed to negotiate our way there with only one wrong turn.
We eventually arrived at Camping Colibria a well-known stopping spot amongst overlanders. It was so beautiful and we opted to stay in ...
... sale. But as we walked past two policemen came by and shook him - he was actually dead and no one had noticed for quite some time by the looks. How very sad.
Time to move on. We were excited about our onward journey North of La Paz into the Amazon basin. Megs seemed slightly better again thank goodness - she’s a constant worry to me bless her cotton socks.
Flight booked to Rurrenabaque and the jungle. Could be messy.