Hostal Nesther

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


A travel blog entry by kendahlc

... out the window - trains and buses are time consuming but you don't get to see much scenery when you're on flights. Driving through Peru is stunning. I consciously decided not to look up images of Peru or Ecuador before I left to come down here and I'm so happy I didn't, it's such a cool feeling to be continuously surprised about everything I'm seeing. It's amazing that there are still lines carved out in the mountains left over from the incas, I love seeing the Andean people working ...

Road Trip

A travel blog entry by josh_chrissy


... t get to see much of this city as we arrived fairly late. But we did see some traditional Peruvian music at the restaurant we went to for dinner, which was handy because the food took about an hour to come out! The next morning, our tour group was off to the port to take a boat out onto Lake Titicaca to the Reed Islands. We met our tour leader Tony in the lobby and he informed the group that our 'transport' was waiting outside, it was all very secretive...but more on this in the "He ...

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by dawn8_21


... hats to show if they are single or married and the women have different sized and coloured pompoms on their shawls. The couples also live together for around 2 years before they get married and are allowed to change their minds if things aren't working out. It was also refreshing to see that the men do a lot of the typical "women" work. They are responsible for knitting all the hats for the men and children. They also try to impress potential girlfriends/wives ...

Floatng Islands and very expressive Pom Poms!

A travel blog entry by maddieuk


... old ladies with crates of beer on
their backs carrying them up on to the island. The altitude here is still
around 3,800metres so breathing is still a bit of an effort, but they just
soldier on – the women are amazing! Over lunch the guide, with the help of the
owner, explained the traditions of the islanders. They speak Quechan here,
which is the ancient Incan language they all spoke before the Spanish tried to
kill it off, and they have a funny hat system ...

It's all about Machu Picchu, llamas and pumas!!!

A travel blog entry by jamesnange


... it was surprisingly comfortable with some tables where over the next few weeks we played a lot of cards to pass by the traveling time. It was a long journey to Puno with a stop off on the way at some Inca ruins which didn't exactly interest many of the group as we had just seen Machu Picchu - the ultimate Inca ruins. The next morning we were picked up at the hotel by bicycle carts, as a surprise, and taken down to the port to get our boat out on to Lake Titicaca ...


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