Casa Andina Classic - Puno Tikarani
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... layers are added where the houses are going to go. Fresh reeds have to be added to the top once a month in the dry season and once a week in the rainy season. The house walls and roofs are also made of thatched reeds, although there are a few iron roofs now, also solar panels to give electric light in the houses. After the demonstration we were each taken into a house by one of the women. The one we saw was tiny, enough room for a double bed and a ...
... down by the States in many new directions; and new subjects of instruction have been added by the law. Courses of study have been entirely made over and new types of textbooks have appeared..... A complete new system of industrial education, national in scope, has been developed.
4. New normal schools have been founded and higher requirements have been ordered for those desiring to teach. College departments of education have increased from eleven in 1891 to ...
... head scarf had fallen off. Later on in the night, another mama had placed a head scarf back on her head. We all assumed this was the same scarf.
We were absolutely exhausted at the end of the day, with everything we had done, at the higher altitude, and with very little sleep the night before. We all fell asleep immediately. I was actually quite comfortable when I fell asleep with 3 or 4 alpaca blankets giving me 5 pounds worth of ...
Day 46 - Our last day in Bolivia! After a leisurely breakfast we went for a walk around town - up to the church and along some of the backstreets away from the tourist centre. As it was a Saturday there were lots of market stalls lining the streets and we enjoyed playing paparazzi, getting some great photos of the locals. Our bus to Puno was around 1.30, so before leaving we decided to get a bite for lunch and so headed to a brunch cafe (trusty no.1 spot on Tripadvisor), run by ...
... it roasted and puffed in our morning granola, as many variations of sides and salads and as an awesome roasted and simmered warm breakfast juice.
It's another early rise as we leave Puno and weave our way along the lake and into the mountainous regions to Cusco. The Inca Express offers a private guided bus that makes a few key stops along the route for a museum tour, ruins walk, excellent highlands buffet lunch with traditional musicians and dancers and a mountaintop ...