Maria Angola Inn
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... for the party. Whilst this was relatively straightforward for Chris (poncho and silly hat), for Kate it was a different experience entirely... A beautifully embroidered shirt is tucked into two, very thick layered skirts. All of this heavy material is the cinched together with a large waist band, which wrapped around about 3 times! It was SO much material, leaving Kate looking like a little round dumpling with enormous child bearing hips (the sexy look on Amantani!) The fiesta ...
... and hilly terrain with sparse low shrubs and weeds. In addition, in the background there were volcanoes and vicuņas; it was all a far cry from our BC rainforests. Vicuņas are one of the four camelids, a subgroup of the ungulates found in Peru and are wild, not farmed. The four are llama (farmed and used as pack animals); alpaca (bred and used for wool due to its superior thermal insulation properties); vicuņa (with the finest and most ...
... incredible views and Peruvian wares. The scenery along this route is beautiful giving time to get lost in thought through window postcards following the train tracks that follow the river that strategically finds the little towns that make up this captivating part of the country. There is a constant theme being played out, incredibly hard living, hard working farms and folks forging out a living off the seasonally challenging land. We are once again reminded of how fortunate we all are. ...
Morning, got up at 5:30AM (whooo our time in eastern zone - same in Peru)
walked to the tour agency to apply the Uros Island. Paid S/.20 = 7.80CAD.
back to my Inn to wait the tour bus pick me up at between 8:45AM to 9AM.
it came and picked me up, there were almost full of tourist on the tour bus. Toward to the Port of Puno then steps out of and steps on the boat. To float over 45 ...
... the church there were some handicraft street vendor with some ridicously cheap prices, some half of what we paid in Cusco.
Next stop was at Chupecupe, an small village where we had the chance to cross an old Inca bridge made of ropes before attending to a music session by the local chore of children.
Leaving this village our next stop was Raqchi, where we visited an old temple built by the Incas in honour ...