Casa Andina Private Collection Isla Suasi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Andina Private Collection Isla Suasi Puno
Just arrived in the dark but it looks great with the lights over lake titicaca .
Rooms very comfortable with lake views
Will update again tomorrow
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For once, I had a good timing!
In puno, once a year, the city goes "loco", because they celebrate their saint patron, Nostra Seņora de la Candelaria. Funny, it like our Candlemas, on february second.
It looks a little like carnaval, with parades in the streets, beautiful costumes and music. However, it takes many days!
I traveled on sunday night with a bus, so I missed the big party in the sport ...
... such as horses, dokeys or oxen?
Another two hours driving brought us to the outskirts of Puno in the dark and we were glad to disembark at the bus station. Based on Anne's Lonely Planet research, we headed for the sales desk of a company called Tulsa and a very helpful young man who spoke good English booked us into two seats for the afternoon run back to Arequipa at 14:30. Upon enquiry, he also let us know that we should not pay more than 3-4 Soles for a taxi into ...
An early start to head off and see to see some sights. Puno sits on Lake Tikicaca in a natural bay, and pass this is a large shallow (perhaps only a metre deep) section. In this area the Uro Floating Islands are located. They are made almost entirely of reeds and are genuinely impressive. The one we stopped at is about 7mx7m and had three a-frame style huts and three small tee-pee types that are only used for storage/cooking etc. There is also a watchtower in the ...
... in Puno. There were political parades /borderline riots the whole time. Our bus driver made it through some very tight turns and reversed up a few one way streets to get there. We must have been short of cash because the next day we took the 'local limousines' to the port where we would start our tour of Titicaca. I have video evidence of Trudy and Julie nearly being killed several times. Basically it's a tut tut riding on a road with crazy South ...
... of livings and as a result created Lima's version of favelas (pueblo jóvenes), small brick houses built into the hills with no services (water or power). After several years (5+), the municipality must recognize that area as a neighborhood and provide water and electricity. You can tell there is a bit of distaste for this among the tax paying Limeños. The bus ride from Juliaca to Puno was just under an hour. We had 18 seats for the 7 of us - so spacious! En route ...