Conde De Lemos
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After lunch we drove to a meeting point to switch bus to one that went to Puno instead of returning to Arequipa. Willy, our driver for the last few days, changed bus too which was good because we knew he was a safe driver. It was a 4 hour drive through some really nice scenery with lagoons and even some ...
... little lady who welcomes us with open arms. She only speaks Quechuan, the ancient language of the Incas, so we try our best to communicate with her with what we have learnt along the way. We walk with her to her home, where she takes us to our room for the night. We are very lucky to have our own ensuite banos, so there will be no trips in the middle of the night out into the cold. The bed base is concrete, topped with a comfy mattress ...
... it sits in between Peru & Bolivia and is larger than Switzerland.
I hadn't eaten much all day so I had a huge ½ Pollo a la Brasa (Rotisserie chicken) with chips and salad. I ate so much I struggled to make it back to the hostel which was 100m away and lay groaning in our hostel for the rest of the evening.
Zoe had a rotten cold so we spent the next day chilling out ...
... us on our day-long tour of the lake. This is because the indigenous communities interpreted the lake's shape as that of a puma chasing a rabbit. If you look at satellite shots of the lake, you can actually see it. The imaginary puma and rabbit were just two of the cuddly animals we encountered during our time in Puno, however. There were dozens of shaggy dogs with long winter coats, downy guinea pigs, woolly llamas and sheep and alpacas, plus the ...
... me off to the hospital. I was so sad that I wouldn't get to see the Lake Titicaca properly, but my hospital room looked out over the lake and I caught a couple of amazing sunrises. I also had binoculars so could just about make out the floating villages. The next few days are a bit of a blur. I was put on so much medication and a drip and so many tests. The doctor decided that because of my flu /bronchitis and being at almost 4000 meters my body couldn't ...