Hostal Pukara

Address: Libertad 328, Puno, Peru | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Libertad 328, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Sillustani, and Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway.
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      Travel Blogs from Puno

      Stopover for Lake Titicaca

      A travel blog entry by joedha on Jul 27, 2014

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      ... is the capital city of the Puno Region and the Puno Province with a population of approximately 100,000. The city was established in 1668 by viceroy Pedro Antonio Fernández de Castro as capital of the province
      of Paucarcolla with the name ...

      The end of 1 adventure & the beginning of anot

      A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... here that we discovered our love for delicious Peruvian food, particularly ceviche (raw fish/prawns with chilli and lemon). They also have a strong multicultural food influence (we have eaten lots of crepes and some Turkish food!) which has been amazing. We also visited the famous monastery of Santa Catalina in Arequipa, which looked very European in its architecture. This was a practicing monastery for almost 400 years, and was only opened to the public ...

      The massive (and beautiful) Lake Titicaca

      A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... only occupants of the hostel!

      After breakfast, we make the trip by colectivo out to the Yavari, a very interesting naval vessel that had been ordered from England by the Peruvian government in 1862, making it the oldest steamboat on Lake Titicaca. Her and her sister ship, the Yapura, were shipped in nearly 3000 pieces from England to Peru, moved by train to Tacna and then by mule over the Andes, a six year journey! They were both powered by coal, however ...