Majtas Hostal Turistico

Address: Lambayeque 140, Puno, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Lambayeque 140, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Urubamba Weavers' Route.
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Travel Blogs from Puno

30. Cusco to Puno (4 days, 250 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Dec 06, 2014

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... lower than Pucara. It was perfect. We road 20 kilometers until the turn off to Lampa and then followed a road which was not only billiard cloth smooth brand new Tarmac, but also almost completely devoid of traffic. We rode past tiny villages of straw roofed mud huts and escaped a pack of dogs. It was a remote and beautiful setting and we felt rather smug with our good fortune. And then, the inevitable. The non-existent climb opened up before us, climbing up a valley to a pass beyond ...

Lake Titicaca. Part 1: Peru

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Nov 29, 2014

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... peaks sit at over 4100m/13450ft, only 150m short of Dead Woman's Pass on the Inca Trail, meaning the walk to the top left us almost as breathless as the sunset that broke through the heavy clouds, basking the lake in luminous shades of fire. Making it back down to the town we had a concoction the only bar on the island had devised called macho té, comprising hot coca tea mixed with pisco, sugar cane syrup and mint. Warmed and jolly we returned to Mama's house, ...

Inka Express Cusco to Puno

A travel blog entry by laurapayne on Nov 12, 2014

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... sites. We had 28 people on board, a driver, a guide and a stewardess. Photos were not permitted in the Churches but we have a CD from the second one to show the amazing wall Murals and gold decoration - after the Church got some items robbed in 1968 it is now guarded 24/7. It soon became evident that our guide was of Inca origin and he was very opinionated about the oppression both of the Spanish invasion and the Jesuit ...

Lake Titiqaqa

A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Oct 07, 2014

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... and we were all taken to one community and introduced to our 'mamas or papas' for the evening. Our mama was called Lucille and was a lovely lady. She didn't speak English, but we got by with sign language and broken Spanish. She took us to her home and showed us our ample bedrooms with our very own light! Met the rest of her family - Noella, Elizabeth, Axel and Oliver. Had a beautifully made lunch - quinoa soup, fried cheese and ...

Cruising Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by crazy.travelers on Sep 20, 2014

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... were on was probaby about the size of my front yard and house, where 5 families lived. Somehow the 5 families are related and our host was the "mayor" of the island. It takes one year to build an island. Then they have to anchor it, or, as our host said, he might wake up in Bolivia and not have proper papers for that. Then they put down extra layers of reeds wherever a house or building ...