Casa Andina Classic - Puno Tikarani
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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Up & out after breakfast to the jetty across the road from the hotel to board our boat to go for out trip on the lake. Feeling a little better today. We headed out on Lake Titicaca to the settlement of the Uros people who live on islands man made from the reeds in the lake, they have a self sufficient lifestyle & head to the weekly markets on the mainland to trade their wares. 40+ islands housing 4500+ people .. Pretty amazing & unique. We had the opportunity to ...
... 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 ...
... really reasonably priced and yummy! The guinea pig for me was nice but the skin was a bit chewy and you had to work hard for the meat. Marcus loved it - no complaints! (See the pictures).
Peru - what a country. A mixture of beach, city, small towns, desert, highlands and jungle. Machu Picchu trek had to be the highlight, but weve loved the markets, the bright colours and ladies traditional outfits. Next stop: Bolivia!!!
... with the sun beating down on us. After waiting for some time we were a little concerned that we may have made a poor decision, but thankfully we were not alone, as two Greek guys and an American who we had made friends with in Cabanaconde were also taking the same route. After standing by the road for half an hour or so we managed to flag down a double decker cama bus. It wasn't going to Puno, but it could take us to Juliaca, a large industrial town to the north of ...
... a quick dip while sunbathing. The water however was freezing. We went back to camp and had wine and beers for dinner and made some duck friends. We were feeding them from our hands and they kept coming back all night and even in the morning, Day five - today we woke up, had breakfast then went back to bed. Oops. Until 1pm lol. Then we got a flake Krushem and went back to the spas. We found a big cool one only it was a bit hot so kept getting in and out. We did some food shopping ...