Conde De Lemos
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... of standing of a bed of reeds was quite strange, spongey yet surprising supportive! It was cool to start, they told us about the people and how the islands are made. They cut out reed roots which come out in big floating blocks, all strung together with sticks and rope, then they cover it with reeds. After this however it was just a sale pitch trying to sell crafted goods and boat rides, we also went to another bigger island where they also had a restaurant! Fair ...
... channel through the reeds that appeared about 100 metres from shore while his colleague kept up the commentary on the history and lifestyle of the lake and its people. At this stage we were heading into a steady drizzle and prospects didn't look good for photos as the windows were all steamed up.
However, by the time we cleared the reed lined channel and headed into open water the rain stopped and the sun came out. Along both edges of this section of the lake we could ...
... got the feeling that it has turned into a huge tourist trap (not their fault of course but we don't have to fall for it at the same time). We left the islands and headed back to Puno were we went out for lunch with the group. That is one of the good things about Bolivia Hop you meet a good group of people who are all doing the same thing as you. At 9pm we set off on the bus to Cusco and will arrive about ...
... of what we could see. We topped out at 4,103 metres which was lucky as it saved us the embarrassment of a day in Peru below 4,000 metres. From the top, you could see down to the town of Lampa with its huge domed church. The thunder storm that had been brewing petered out after a short hail storm and the sun came out as we cruised down the descent. We arrived on the edge of town praising our good fortune before realizing we'd ridden into an enormous festival: the feast of the ...
... prepared by Mama and were off to visit the two pre-Inca temples located on a pair of hills in the centre of the tiny island. The temples are dedicated to Pacha Mama (earth mother) and Pacha Tata (mountain father). It is supposed to be lucky to walk three times around each temple with a stone, then blow your wishes onto the stone and place it in the temple wall, so as we climbed the ancient pavement past locals selling knitted wares we selected our rocks. The summit ...