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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... as well, where you can stay on the island with a family, and I think that would be a much better option. Much like the Colca Canyon tour, this involved way too much traveling time, for not enough sight seeing.
I got back into town, grabbed some dinner, and now I’m just relaxing at the hostel. I had to switch rooms because my bed was really uncomfortable last night, but my new one is 10 times better. ...
After a second night of not sleeping, we were picked up at the hotel and driven to the dock for our Lake Titicaca adventure. FIrst, we learned that it's actually pronounced Lake Titihaha, with a hard H, in Aymara language, and were taught an Aymara word "walyky" which is like Alhoha - it means hello, good bye, thank you, nice to meet you. Remember clicking on the pictures make them ...
... you believe, road works! We were only held up about 20 minutes, but it gave many of us a sense of dejavu! We reach Puno which would be our home for just one night; (getting fed up with living out of a suitcase now, it would be luxury to stay 2 nights somewhere) as it is still light we take a guided tour around the town; we go to the square and visit the church, although the church is small, it is very beautiful with ...
... starting with a boy reflecting the sun off a piece of mirror at a girl he likes, who can either ignore him if she is not interested, or reciprocate with her mirror. She then steals his hat to test whether it holds water, which shows he has knitted himself a quality hat and is a good boy, in which case she accepts him, otherwise she throws his hat away and that is the end of it! Next the girl has to pass a potato peeling ...
Organized tours - we don't like 'em and try to avoid 'em, but this time it seemed that there was no other way to experience Lake Titicaca than to book a tour on a boat, complete with guide, schedule and 20 other people. It was a day-long tour at a fair price, but I wouldn't do it ...