Conde De Lemos
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
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... Titicaca is the largest lake at its elevation and joins Peru and Bolivia. There are 36 natural islands and the famous floating island of Uros. Uros consists of 80 different man made floating island with a population of 2000. These island are made out of the reeds that grow in the lake. Although it was a super duper tourist attraction it was amazing to see ...
... at altitude for their entire lives. After soccer we were dressed in traditional clothes, observed a traditional dance and then had to perform the traditional dance. This was Darren's favorite part of the day. From there were split off with our respective host families for the night. Our host mom was Belinda. I'm not sure how old she is but I bet younger than we are. She has a son, Andre, 2, who provided much entertainment along the way. He is surprisingly independent, ...
... at the sunlight poking through, a bunch of asian tourists came around the corner. Admittedly hearing before seeing them, I was given a head start to gather my belongings and make for the only exit. I heard the guide begin the same dialogue I had just heard being shared by the private tour guide. Only except for quietly explaining the history of the tomb, she was having to yell over the excited squeals. Good time to leave, I thought to myself.
After 45 minutes in the temple, ...
... destination, nous avons rencontré Léonie d'Allemagne et Nicolas, un frenchy. Nous avons parlé pendant les trois heures du trajet. Arrivés sur l'île Amantani, nous avons été dispatchés entre plusieurs familles. Notre hôte appelé Carmenita semblait un peu timide mais tout le temps souriante. Nous l'avons suivie jusqu'à notre maison pour la nuit. Nous avons rencontré son mari, sa fille de dix-huit ...
... line to where our boat was moored. It was a special day seeing and interacting with the floating island people, as well as the inhabitants of Taquile Island. I have detailed some of my experiences along with the pics. This entry is somewhat shorter than usual, as the days seem to be packed full to the brim with both adventures and loads of traveling. On that note.....the next morning we were up at 5:30am to start our journey to Bolivia....more on this to follow. Cheerio ...