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... the ruins, we realized we were literally the only ones there. The place really lives up to its reputation as the least visited UNESCO World Heritage on Earth. We were later joined by a handful of other tourists, but it was never even close to crowded. Anyway, the place was nice and consisted of the restored 18th century ruins of a typical Jesuit settlement, including the church, the cloister, the native house and the gardens. It’s all quite impressive considering when and under ...
... half a millennium ago. She is known as the Girl of the Lightning because she and her trove were burned by a lightning strike at some time during her years at the top of the mountain. After leaving the museum we had a slightly hurried time picking up the last of our provisions, collecting our bags from the hostel and walking to the bus station. It wasn't long before the bus arrived and we nestled ourselves into our seats at the back of the lower deck. Beyond ...
... floating islands. We went on a day trip out to one of the main islands on the Peru side of the lake (yes, the lake is that big that is consists of 2 countries) with a stop to 2 of the floating reed islands for which the lake is most famous for. We stopped at a small island were the local families taught us how they make their islands using the roots of the reeds that grow in the lake. They cut blocks of the roots and tie them together and then every 2 weeks put a fresh layer of ...
... working on these tracks as a young man. At this viaduct (guarded by two military guys with machine guns), we did the compulsory stop for souvenier shopping and picture taking. All in all, Tren a los Nubes was very different to the Andean Explorer which we took from Cusco to Puno as it was quite cramped and didn't have good food, but the experience was definitely worthwhile for the amazing scenery. Then the journey back started via three different options: ...
... any way you look at it, but the bus dropped us at the river bank, which divides Argentina and Bolivia. There were people coming and going from the river with huge bags of things. I knew I needed to pass through Argentine immigration and customs but I couldn't see any obvious buildings so I headed towards the river following the crowd. A police officer stopped me and directed me back to the immigration offices. Passing through was a bit of a joke because they didn't check ...