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... an Incan astronomical observatory called Horca del Inca. It was reminiscent or a very small stone henge, with two stone columns supporting a lintel.
There is only so much relaxing to be done while travelling so we booked a boat trip to Isla del Sol, for the the following day. Then at the end of the day Ken and Jayna both made the trek to the top of Cerro Calvario for a stunning sunset over Lake Titicaca.
Next stop - Isla del Sol!
... We realised this was one reason why getting out of La Paz was quite so difficult the following day.
Next stop - Copacabana, on the shores of Lake Titicaca!
Post entry note: the tour operator did not drop off our CD or t-shirts to our hostel, as promised. B*stards.
Post post entry note: thanks to Jen and David, we got the pictures and t-shirts after all. This entry has now been updated with the Death Road pictures.
... very touristic but had some nice landscape. There is no so much differences between the Peruvian side and the Bolivian one. We did some nice hiking around, in land and along the lake. The lake is stunning and so huge. The water is clean, and incredibly blue- azul. Of course, the lake border is dirty, there are many rubbish, specially when you walk further from the town. Everywhere they sell trout. I guess that the trouts are from artificial trout farm as they would not ...
... to try it again with a local person and I thanked her as I left. I wasn't charged for this. I felt a bit different sat in the cafe but it wasn't until I left where I felt very different. I walked down the street and everything she told me was right, I felt a big energy rush, it also felt like my senses were heightened and I was more aware of my surroundings. Normally walking up the hill would have been hard but I was easily ...
... mobile phones were all being touted, mainly by ladies dressed in traditional Aymara clothing with their little bowler hats perched on top. After checking into the hostel and downing a cup of acclimatising Mate, we were soon asleep. The two nights in airport departure lounges had taken their toll. The next day we ventured out into the hyper hustle and bustle of the city to book our bus to Arica in Chile. An old lady kindly showed us the way and walked along with us ...