Conde De Lemos

Jr. Puno 675 - 681, Puno, Peru | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puno

For the Finale -- 14,000 Feet!!

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg


... there are schools on the islands), they want to move to town. It’s enchanting to see the lifestyle, but I’d probably move as well! Their main source of income today is tourism.

After we finished our visit there we were treated to a very special event. The festival of
Candelaria was going on right as we were there. Dancers and bands come ...

Perusing the altiplano

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... in the parched desert that is northern Chile, we decided to head for higher ground, cooler temperatures and a bit of greenery as quickly as possible. We were surprised to come across paddy fields as we made our way eastwards and away from the coast. The green, fertile terraces of Colca Canyon were a welcome sight for our dry eyes. These terraces predate the Inca civilisation and are still worked today by the Quechua inhabitants of the Canyon, who can be seen ...

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by kezzah16


... heading out for our dinner. There was a huge storm which caused a power cut in the town so we were delayed in going out for something to eat but we didn't mind as it was nice to relax after the past hectic days. We finally got out even though it was absolutely bouncing it down and ended up at an italian as the restaurant we wanted to go to was closed. The food was ok but not the best so we went for a few mojitos afterwards to wash it down. Any ...

Reduced to Defcon 1.....

A travel blog entry by theflys


... site called Raqchi. It was really cool learning about the history of this beautiful place. This site was the location where the Incas built there largest temple. Lots of pictures later and a few purchased treasures we were on our way. We stopped along the way and had a beautiful lunch at a roadside restaurant. Tania was working on her Cocoa tea in prep for our high altitude destination of Lake Titticaca. As we drove on the ...

No man is a floating island

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... islands which are made from reeds, yep, that's right, people live on floating islands entirely made from reeds, their houses are made from reeds, their beds are made from reeds and when we got there, there was a little girl chewing on reeds. It's really surreal to see a whole community bobbing on this lake (it's hard to realise its a lake, as it looks like a sea it's so big, you often can't see anything else but water when you are on the lake, and it takes hours ...

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