Hostal Nesther

Deustua 268, Puno, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Puno

Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru

A travel blog entry by kerriegee

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... 25 AUD each. We declined and I brought an ashtray for $2. They some of our group went for a ride on a reed boat, we did not. Instead we sat and chatted to the American couple on the tour about driving holidays across the southern states. A possible add on to our trip at Christmas time. Then we were taken to another island, the capital. The capital was just a shop, bar and hostel where we sat for half an hour doing nothing. We were ...

Lago Titicaca

A travel blog entry by avangilder

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... beach and watched the sunset over Lake Titicaca. A surprise to no one, I opted out of the hike. I would prefer to breath on the beach than have an asthma attack on a mountain any day. The lake is absolutely beautiful. Dinner consisted of more cooked vegetables, and afterwards we had a party with the locals. They even dressed us all up in their traditional clothing and brought in a band. I felt like a princess. While in the midst of high altitude and ...

It's a Long Way from Cuzco to Puno . . .

A travel blog entry by rose_giro

15

... Titicaca.


While this subject may be a little sketchy for some readers, it is nevertheless a heads up about bathroom facilities we encountered throughout the country, and which might be helpful advice if you plan on traveling in Peru. Our hotel accommodations throughout were lovely, modern lodgings, very comfortable, though somewhat noisy if you happened to get a room streetside in ...

A lovely start to Peru

A travel blog entry by burke1961

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... that area of lake Titicaca.

Our guide had told us the story of the Uros people, he said that when the Spanish arrived in Puno they saw that the minerials in Puno consisting of silver and gold were plentiful. The Spanish being the nice conquers that they were rounded up the local people and made them work the mines, treating them like slaves nonetheless. The locals were fed up with their mal-treatment and one night decided to bail on their ...

Floating reed islands

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane

2
42

... well constructed. They are extremely stable and soft to walk on. Made from layers of dried Totora reeds, the base of the islands is the dense roots from the reeds, that interweave and form a natural base that's about two metres thick. They are anchored with ropes attached to sticks driven into the bottom of the lake. The islands need maintaining every three months and last for about thirty years. The people live in huts made from ...

Location

This hostel, located on Deustua 268, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Urubamba Weavers' Route.
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