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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Balsa Puno
Stayed here with a group tour and the staff was very accommodating as we had leave our big bags and allowed us to do so in the room. When we returned only a few of us had to change rooms. Beds are very comfy and warm, bathrooms clean and lots of hot water.
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Puno is a city in southeastern Peru, located on the shore of Lake Titicaca. There is less than 3km of flat land between the shores and the foothills, which has caused the growing city to continue to expand upwards onto the hillsides. Similar to La Paz, it is the poorer community that live upon the steep hills. The locals make a living raising …
... I was very hangry (like my farther) at this point, and when the food hadn't come after 45mins was starting to throw my toys out the pram. As we were leaving empty handed two meals came out, but didn't look at all pleasing so we left... To grab a local delicacy cheese pastry thing and a nice cream (instantly cheering me up)! Turns out the girls didn't get their food in time either. We headed onto the boarder ... In no mans land one of the Canadian ladies (who ...
Political slogans painted on houses are a common sight everywhere.
Many villages had markets and it wasn’t uncommon to pass small trucks carrying people and animals in the back.
Late arrival at Lake Titicacca due to the blockade. Raining cold dark and gloomy. Boat trip to Uros floating reed islands. Difficult to get decent photos. Disappointed. This was something I had really been looking forward ...
... time we arrived. At the port we purchased the gifts for our host family and any other provisions we personally needed. You are to bring three food items per person to the home stay in lieu of a tip. We purchased some powdered milk, jam, butter, cooking oil, pasta and rice. Candy for kids is not allowed as there is limited access to dental care. We were also instructed not to buy anything that is being sold by children in the side of the road, as it encourages the family to ...