Munay Tambo Hostal

Lambayeque 127, Puno, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Lambayeque 127, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Urubamba Weavers' Route.
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    Travel Blogs from Puno

    Hospitals & Evacuations at 3900 meters

    A travel blog entry by howszmig on Jul 14, 2014

    8 comments, 9 photos

    The overnight bus to Puno was a nightmare. I was sat by the window trying to hide away my coughing and spluttering from people, but the window had sheets of ice falling off from the cold and my feet were boiling hot from the heating. 6 and a half hours of constant coughing, I felt so guilty for the other passengers and should not have gone anywhere. On arrival in Puno at 5am the temperatures were sub zero. Organization was minimal and teresa got our bags. Although ...


    A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jul 05, 2014

    ... They build they island by placing layers of reeds down. They commonly play volleyball or dance on the fresh reeds to compact them down. If the people get sick of their neighbours they can just cut them away with a saw....pretty funny stuff. Such a different lifestyle they have to what we know. With only a solar panel, radio and small TV, we really take for granted what we have back at home. We also looked at each other and wondered how you'd survive on such ...

    Island Hopping on Lake Titicaca

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 21, 2014

    ... minutes, I was very proud of myself. So was Junior – I was the oldest in this group by far, and he could see what a struggle it was for me. We were now at 4,150 metres above sea level. 4.15 kilometres folks!

    We made our offerings of three coca leaves each to the gods of the upper earth, middle earth and lower earth – represented by the condor, the puma and the snake – and walked around the summit of this hill snapping photos ...

    So long, Chile. Hola Peru

    A travel blog entry by nomadicduo on Jun 04, 2014

    ... a bus back over the border to Santiago. After the laid back vibes and scenic views in wine country, we found being in a large city to be somewhat overwhelming. We were both feeling a little under the weather during our stay, but managed to explore the city, which had a lively center as well as more diverse food options than we had seen in awhile. One 24-hour bus ride later brought us deep into the desert to the tourist town of San Pedro de Atacama. As ...

    Puno and floating islands of Lake Titicaca

    A travel blog entry by joeandmez on May 07, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... reeds on top of floating thick blocks of roots. About 3-4 metres thick.

    It was an odd sensation as walking on the islands was like walking on straw but when a boat went past its wake would rock the island.

    Again while very touristy for us these people live totally traditional lifestyles.
    We heard how ...