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Travel Blogs from Puno
... much food provided on the train, inculding a massive breakfast, three course lunch and afternoon tea, that left us completely full throughout!
I'll let the pictures do the rest of the talking as, due to unreliable hotel WIFI, I am writing this in the lobby 5 minutes before we are due to head out for our tour to Lake Titticaca- I will update you later!
See you later,
... form to another guy and Vicki and I had to wait for him to yell us while we explained that the guy from emigration at La Paz airport said we get 90 as Australians and so we should have a problem, but no we had to pay 200 bolivianos to exit, equivalent to around $30 AUD. We were pretty ****** off at this point because our plan was to go to the office in La Paz and get an extension but were told not to, to go and do it at the airport. ...
... we'd had a few days to get us it it.
We drove to the floating islands. Each boat that enters has to pay a fee on the way in. Then a man in a small boat leads the tourists to the their islands. Apparently on each day there are different islands that have tourists, to ensure that everyone gets a fare turn. Our guide gave us some history on the lake, the animals, the islands and the people. Each island is anchored down to make sure it doesn't float ...
... offers of sprigs of muna from passers by to crush and inhale – they help with breathing and opening your lungs. The path led through some interesting parts of the village, I
passed a group of men building a house by hand – no machinery on this island. Had to give way to a donkey and a man with a runaway wheelbarrow on one stretch.
With much perseverance, I made it to the top! With cheers from our group who had only beaten me ...
... hang out on Saturday nights. After our two nights in Valpo, we took a beautiful bus ride across the Andes to Mendoza, the wine capital of Argentina. After a long bus ride and four unsuccessful attempts to find a hostel, we finally found a place to stay right as it was getting dark. The next day we rented bikes with another couple and did a self tour of four different wineries, tasting all different types and qualities. The following day we (somewhat ...
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