Casa Andina Classic - Puno Tikarani
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Efter en lettere anstrengende bustur ankom vi til Puno og turens hidtil højeste punkt - 3810 m over havets overflade! Alle coca-produkterne havde virket, for der var ingen spor af højdesyge. Puno ligger ud til Titicaca-søen, som er Sydamerikas største sø - 60% er peruviansk territorie og de resterende 40% er boliviansk, …
Les journées commencent tôt au Pérou. Levé à 04:45 ce matin pour notre court vol vers Puno. À l'arrivé, notre guide personnel avec son chauffeur nous attendait pour nous conduire à un site d'anciennes ruines pré-Inka de Sillustani ou on y enterrait les élites de l'époque. Il faisait très …
... the Plaza in Puno and took a quick walk around the cathedral, which was very pretty, and gearing up for the Easter weekend.
We took a walk to the nearby pedestrianised street for some food. Here we found ourselves sitting once again next to a Swiss couple, Sabrina and Nino, who we had met coincidentally in other eateries in Copacabana, shared a bus ride, and had done the Death Road on the same day. As this was our fourth ...
... its animals llamas, alpacas & vicuñas & produce. At the end we met a Shaman who conducted a blessing & burned offerings, quite moving. Oh & did I forget to say we had another chance to sail on a Reed Boat. There was an opportunity to wear the local boatmen's garb & to row for a little & I couldn't resist it. Late in the evening we reached our next destination, La Paz in ...
Today we left at 7.45am for a boat trip to the floating islands of the Uros people. the islands are built of roots of reeds and the tie then together to form one Island. One of the islands we visited had four families in the one Island, the husband, wife and one child lived in one thatched room, cooked outside in clay ovens, and had to keep replacing the reeds on the Island every two weeks. If the islands are cared ...