Conde De Lemos
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We, then, made our way to the hotel to freshen up for dinner and take a quick tour of the town. Again, the food was fantastic. Then, what a surprise, there was a festival celebrating the towns 347 year. There were street performers, several parades and people everywhere.
We we are going on sun excursion on Lake Titicaca tomorrow, which is the highest lake of its size in the world. Stay tuned...
... flat and very dry. Travelled through the town of Juliaca with its market stalls each side of the railway line and so close to it that we could have helped ourselves to their produce if we'd put a hand out the window. Finally after 10 glorious hours we arrived in Puno. Tomorrow our last day in Peru and what a time we've had. Such lovely generous people, mostly poor but rich in culture and and building Peru slowly into a successful modern country. Great ...
Monday 7th September
Yet another early start. We piled on our bus with all our luggage to be transported to a bus station to take a large tourist bus to Puno. We shared the bus with other tourists and had a hostess and guide on board. The hostess provided some drinks but unfortunately no pisco sours! Our first stop was not far out of Cuzco at a town ...
Today we had a day trip by boat first out to Uros which is the reed island on lake titicaca the people built there homes out on the lake using floating moss and reeds we saw 2 islands then across to taquile Island which is a 5km Long Island in the middle of lake titicaca it had a hard walk to the plaza which took me 40 min but only takes the locals 10 we had a local lunch then back to puno dinner at the hotel and early ...
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Immediate action was called for. Cubberley’s celebratory history doesn’t examine motives, but does uneasily record forceful steps taken just inside the new century to nip the career of intellectual schooling for the masses in the bud, replacing it with a different goal: the forging of "well-adjusted" citizens. ...