Posada Don Giorgio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... arrived in the painfully non-descript town of Puno after a six-cum-seven hour bus journey. The 'cum' part was caused by a puncture about an hour before our arrival. So we sat and waited while they changed the tyre. Edge of the seat narrative this.
The day after we met up with the world's most irritating tour guide. Irritating because he was repetetive. He said everything several times. Not just once, but many times. Therefore he was repetitive. Repeating ...
The second last day of our Best of Peru trip saw us leave the port of Puno for a 25 mins boat ride to one of many floating islands (Uros Islands) which was made from reeds and a very strong reed/dirt base approximately 1 metre deep. It was a weird sensation literally walking on water. We were then shown how the villages work and their various craft displays . The highlight of the day was all of us being dressed up in traditional clothing. When then went on another boat ride ...
... remarkable congruence between the world Carnegie urged and the one our society has achieved.
Carnegie’s "Gospel of Wealth" idea took his peers by storm at the very moment the great school transformation began—the idea that the wealthy owed society a duty to take over everything in the public interest, was an uncanny echo of Carnegie’s experience as a boy watching the elite establishment of Britain and the teachings of its state religion. It would ...
... conversation. An early night ensues after training wife in ********. We awake several times in the night, owing largely to the braying of donkeys, as you do. We go to breakfast at 0730 and (try to) help make the bread, it is tasty, probably not thanks to us. Partially dehydrated/altitudey/viral illness-y I again struggle to eat, which anyone who knows me realises means illness. We then help out by peeling potatoes which is utterly hilarious. Laurita manages about six, I reckon I ...
... the equivalent of the community centre and as we walked in it had a kind of school disco feel to it with everyone sat on the benches around the edge. However this didn't last long and before we knew it the local band was playing the pan pipes and everyone was linked hand in hand and flying around the room. It was hard to say who more tired at the end of each song: us from dancing round the room, or the pipe player who looked like he was going to pass out by the time each ...