Munay Tambo Hostal

Address: 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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      Safari in the Pampas and Touring Titikaka

      A travel blog entry by yisouthamerica on Oct 19, 2014

      26 photos

      ... into a fun game of human jenga as there were a lot of us cramped into the back of a minivan. After a well-earned day of relaxation we flew back to La Paz and were relieved by the fresh non-humid air.

      We went straight away to the Tiahuanaco pre-Incan ruins where I would say our guide nearly spoke English!

      By the end of the day we found ourselves in Copacabana. Until our coach journey to Puno, Peru the next day we had free time to explore ...

      Panpipes in Peru

      A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... us all these jugs that make the exact noises of different animals as well as flutes made from condor bones! We had to visit Machu Picchu whilst in Peru so we choose to get the bus to the Hydroelectric station and walk to Aguas Calientes (the town below Machu Picchu). The mountain roads were certainly pretty windy but we made it to the station ok. After a few nightmares with our tour (having to wait 3 hours for our guide and being sent all around the town) we finally meet ...

      Killing Time

      A travel blog entry by on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... with parishoners, many Indian ladies in their finest brocade skirts and blouses with sequins and embroidery. The most beautiful little girl sat in front of us. Olive skin, almond eyes, and the thickest black braided hair I've ever seen. At first I thought the braid must be fake it was so thick, but it wasn't! The choir was several young women and a man with a guitar, ...

      Amerys Travels from Uros Islands, Lake Titikaka

      A travel blog entry by amery on Aug 25, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... roofs etc.

      The rafts of reeds don’t end up in Bolivia in a storm because they are sheltered by other fixed weed beds some distance away.

      Apparently, the fishermen beside the lake moved out onto the water rather than be persecuted by the Spanish invaders, and have remained there to this ...

      Breathless at 4100m again

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jun 28, 2014

      25 photos

      ... a crazy bicycle taxi ride down to the port to board our ferry. Our first stop was an hour away at the floating reed islands of Los Uros. We were greeted, given a demonstration of how the islands are made, told that the islands only last about 25 years and need to have new layers of reeds added every 2-4 weeks depending on how much rain they've had, and then we were taken by families and shown their 'homes'. It was a ...