Posada Don Giorgio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... then you've seen them all! Later that day we climbed to the nearby hill, where a metal condor overlooked the city. There wasn't much else to do in Puno so two days was enough before we continue to our next destination, La Paz. Puno was our last stop in Peru, a country in which we have spent the last 3 weeks. I would highly recommend Peru to anyone. It's cheap, it's been the culinary ...
... the centre of the lake and I'd already been to Isla del Sol a couple of days ago. However if I just did the floating islands I'd have been back in Puno my midday, and as I've mentioned there isn't a hell of a lot to do here, let alone on everything-shut-Sunday. Plus it wasn't much more to go this far. The main draw of this island is the communities desire to keep hold of their traditions. The place is pretty much self governed and made up of six communities, with a ...
... day we took a full day tour on the lake to a couple islands. The first of those islands was a man made floating island made out of reeds by the indigenous people. The second island was found in the middle of the lake that shared the same urban decay architecture style as Puno, although it did have decent views of the lake surrounding it. After the two island stops it was back to Puno. Now your probably thinking "2 small islands and that took up ...
Puno.....we arrived at Puno at 6am after a freezing cold, no sleep night on the night bus. We then had 1 hour until our trip to Lake Titicaca for the day. Lake Titicaca is the highest lake in the world and it massive! I felt like I was at sea! We were all pretty zombied for the trip but off we went! We first went to a floating island made by the people who live on it (or they say they live on it anyway!) It is very impressive to see how they make ...
... tourist wares.
We were then treated to a three course lunch as the landscape changed and became an open plain with lots of farms and very obvious signs of extreme poverty. None of the buildings are finished and there is so much rubbish everywhere including in the middle of nowhere along the train track.
We pass through several towns where the train track runs right through the centre and there are market stalls on either side that the train ...