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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    Travel Blogs from Puno

    Lake Titiccccchhhhhhaaaahhhhchhhaahhhhhhhh

    A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... and the frigid cold of the night. It was probably around 35 degrees Fahrenheit... I brought 3 layers so I was not too cold that night. After a nice, warm dinner, the locals throw a party for us. Mama Olga came into our rooms and dressed us in the traditional clothes of the Amantani people. We each wore a big white patterned blouse, a wide, colored skirt, a huge patterned belt (which felt as close to a corset as I have ever worn) and a large ...

    Loving lake titicaca

    A travel blog entry by racheljaynet on Jun 12, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Charlotte wangled Swiss number 2 ;) We have a local guide Jorge who seems very nice. Lake titicaca blows me away with its incredible views, and clear water, surrounded by snow capped mountains. We stop at a floating reed village uros (I am not 100% convinced at the health and safety) where we dress up and learn their culture - apparently they have "romantic taxis" which sounds like something that needs a lot of domestos to me. I buy momma bear a happy canoe mobile than we get ...

    Puno

    A travel blog entry by 7800miles on Apr 17, 2015

    10 photos

    We finally used a bus as our means of transport when travelling to Puno. Good thing, too, since all the main streets in nearby Juliaca, where you can fly into, were flooded. The only reason we didn't end up with soaked luggage was the clearance of our bus! Even better, these buses are nicer than most United domestic planes: they had a personal entertainment system and free food included :-)

    Perú!

    A travel blog entry by dionbarker on Mar 11, 2015

    22 photos

    ... anyway, so the main form of transport are collectivos. Basically a small van that leaves for the destination once it fills up. Sometimes can take 5 minutes, other times 40. Generally quite fast though, you don't really wait long at all for transport in South America. Later that day I arrived in Chachapoyas. Immediately booked a tour to some pretty amazing ruins on top a mountain. Then the next day did a hike into one of the highest waterfalls in South America. Both ...

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

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Dec 06, 2014

    91 photos

    ... we weren't at the top. We reached the second top at 4,007 metres, before realising it wasn't the top either, repeated the same procedure at 4,060 metres after climbing out of a huge basin - which offered incredible views of the road we'd ridden - and finally reached the actual top at 4,082 metres. By this time, we'd had something of a sense of humour malfunction (Nadine might have mentioned something along the lines of hating Peru, hating climbing and especially climbing in ...