Hostal Qoniwasi

Address: Av La Torre 135, Puno, Peru | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Av La Torre 135, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Catedral de Puno.
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    Travel Blogs from Puno

    Amerys Travels from Titikaka''s Taquile Island

    A travel blog entry by amery on Aug 26, 2014

    23 photos



    Amerys Travels from Lake Titikaka II

    25th August 2014

    Tip: if you click on SLIDESHOW down below you get a small slideshow of photos, and if you click the corner icon you can go full screen, and still read the photo's comments top left.


    Further over the lake lie the Taquile Islands, where live Quechua
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    Stopover for Lake Titicaca

    A travel blog entry by joedha on Jul 27, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Bautista de Puno. The name was later changed to San Carlos de Puno, in honor of king Charles II of Spain. Puno has several churches dating back from the colonial
    period; they were built to service the Spanish population and evangelize the natives. ...

    The end of 1 adventure & the beginning of anot

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

    9 photos

    ... Ginge and I were intrigued as to how people could live almost their entire lives in isolation from the rest of the world, seeing as we can't even live a single day without Facebook! Arequipa was a very cute city that reminded me of Antigua in Guatemala, with its beautiful mountains towering over the city and it's impressive architectural buildings. From Arequipa we went on a two day trek to the Colca Canyon, the deepest canyon in the world. This ...

    The massive (and beautiful) Lake Titicaca

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 21, 2014

    49 photos

    ... shortages they were often powered by dry llama dung! The boat had been decommisioned and left to rust, however was recently rescued and restored into a floating museum, upon which guests can stay in a bed and breakfast-type arrangement. I found the whole thing hugely interesting. We spend the rest of the day wandering the town and the extensive everything-market. We knew we were getting close to Bolivia as the amazing street food of Saltenas (like empanadas, ...