Casa Andina Private Collection Isla Suasi
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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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Woke up early again!!
Jayne suffering from altitude sickness and very out of breath. Recovered once she had a bit of breakfast. Dave suffering the effects of something he ate last night.
Fiona,Jayne and myself went for a walk to the alpaca farm just below the hotel.
Really got up close to them. The babies were really cute. One of them …
... good and the bad.) The production only lasts six months of the year and tourism has since become one of their main sources of income as it is Peru's only major city on the shore of the Lake. One our first morning we were taken to the port of Lake Titicaca via a trike ridden by a local. Luckily for the rider a majority of the trip was down hill however he was soon gasping for air not long after hitting flat ground. Shannon decided to offer some ...
... so far!
"But there are no steps to go up" they said. True- it’s
just half an hour’s walk up a long steep path, which took us around 45 minutes
with regular stops.
Needless to say, the acclimatised local people stride on
past us in a relaxed fashion, but for us it was hard work.
Christine brought a bracelet ...
... the island, but some boys have gone to the mainland to try and prepare for university, but she said that very few have been able to do it. Apparently many young people (many of her friends) also leave the island to work in the bigger cities of Peru since there are no real jobs on the island. They seem dependent on tourism, but that is a recent development, but we couldn't figure out what the economy had been before. There is agricultural space, but Erika said it is just ...
... their children and hosting tourists like me in their homes. We arrived here via a trip to the Uros floating islands - a vast expanse of platforms made out of Totora reeds and lake gloop. It was a fascinating set-up but I couldn't help but feel like some of it was put on for the tourists due to the fact we had bracelets, tea towels and dream catchers thrust in our faces pretty much as soon as we stepped onto 'dry land'. But Amantani ...