Casa Andina Private Collection Isla Suasi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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Another bus ride from Arequipa to Puno but this time only 6 hours. We almost didn't make it as although we told the doorman at the hotel we were going to the bus station he mis-understood us and told the taxi driver we were going to the airport. We didn't realize the mistake until we were about 20 minutes out of town. Unfortunately, the airport is in the opposite direction from the ...
... was a slient meditation retreat after all!
Juliaca--- Hum, what to say about this town. I felt as if I was driving through a war-torn town. The streets are hard dirt roads, there are shacks, and what looks like houses being built (most looke they were in progress to me). It was unsettling and really sad. Pictures would be better to describe what is there but I don't have any to show unfortunately. Trust me, if you ever have to travel towards Puno or Lake Titicaca, ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... le dessus. Cette méthode prend environ un an et demi!! Ensuite, ils construisent des maisons, improvisent une cuisine en plein air, des bateaux etc. Tout ça avec le même matériau et la base de cette plante est également comestible. Leur seul moyen d'avoir de l'électricité est avec un panneau solaire sur l'un des toits. C'était très touristique mais impressionnant de voir comment ils vivent. De retour sur le bateau pour ...