Conde De Lemos
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... in the passage way back to Puno. There were rocks tied to it to help it sink, but as our boat crossed over, they raised it up, which caught our rudder. After an ordeal of 10-15 minutes, we finally cut the rope free but also our guide had to pay a 100 soles. There were other knots in the rope, signaling this had been done before. ...
... of group, where everyone compared stories about how they'd found the night. A short ferry ride later and we were approaching the final island on the tour, Taquile. This turned out to be our favourite island - the landscape was gorgeous, green and mountainous, and it looked spectacular against the sparkling lake in the morning sunshine. The locals of the island are known for their knitting and sewing skills and our guide explained to us how a man's knitting ability correlated to ...
This entry for the blog is being created in circumstances where I still don't have access to computer facilities that will allow me to back up and download photos to illustrate it. Please keep returning and your patience will be rewarded with some rather interesting shots.
We were picked up promptly at 9:00 at the hotel for our trip to one of the floating island communities on Lake Titicaca - Guros - and after picking up another half dozen fellow tourers we drove down to ...
Good Morning, left from the Sun Island at 8:30AM to return to Copa.
then, walked up to tour agent and waitting for the bus come at 1:30PM to Puno.
to the border 8km from Copa. All the passengers off and went to the queue for stamp Bolivia exit. Stamped on my passport then walking across mainland the border to stamp enter the Peru. A little longer queue and waitting ... Finally stamped entry Peru for Canadian tourist visit free up to 90 days.
... in our best Spanish, we had our own little private tour of the balcony and bell tower as the bus tour plebs walked around downstairs. It was a very impressive interior but unfortunately no photos are allowed (we got a few of the bell tower though). When we went outside we got talking with two mountain bikers, one of whom turned out to be the head of the British consulate in Puno. Nice contact! A few miles after leaving, Matt had his accident, but we then found Ed and Paula ...