Conde De Lemos
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Oct. 1 – Puno
We left for Puno that afternoon and, after making a few view stops, one of which was to see the pink flamingoes on the lake,we arrived in Puno early evening and, after settling into our hotel, went out to explore and to search for a restaurant for dinner.
Bill had been dying to try the Cuy, which I had no interest in experiencing, particularly since it usually was brought to your table accompanied by the head and ...
... a donkey could carry. It was built bit by bit by mainly british engineers and it took around 7 years. After many years the boat had carried out its useful life and was put out of service and was very near to being only good for scrap, when a relative of one of the shipbuilders came to the rescue and began the journey to restore her. The restoration has been slow but they have managed to save so much of the interior; the internal walls are clad with wooden panels, the ...
I started feeling so much better on the plane on the way to Puno which is a good job because Puno is even higher at 3,800m.
I still didnīt want to push it to much though, so on our first day Tony visited Sillustani on his own. Sillustani is a pre-Incan burial ground on the shores of Lake Umayo. On the top of the hill he visited there were 15 towers (chulpas) which are tombs built ...
... Valentina and her sister. It was rice with veggies. We also had a side dish of potatoes and a purplish root vegetable that looked like fingers and tasted like parsnip but Valentina told us was a potato. These were tasty even though they were served without butter or any spices or herbs. We are told that meat is served only for special occasions.
... as 3 people are leaving the group here and travelling other directions. The contrast from Peru to Bolivia is very noticeable. The landscape changes, the clothes and people change quite a lot. 1st July So when in La Paz, there's really no other choice but to do the Death Road cycle, so off we headed for the day. We drive up to the start, which is at 4,400m and get all kitted out with bikes and clothes. After our briefing and a drink of 96% alcohol and a toast to PachaMama, ...