Hotel Don Carlos Juliaca

Address: 9 De Diciembre 114, Juliaca, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 9 De Diciembre 114, Juliaca.
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        Travel Blogs from Juliaca

        The Floating Islands

        A travel blog entry by rhills on Nov 04, 2015


        We went out with a group we booked at the bus terminal the day before. our hotel manager said we paid too much but we are happy with how it worked out. The launch left Puno and approached the reeds about km off shore. There seems to be one main canal through the reeds and soon we could see the roofs of the buildings on the floating islands....160 of them according to our guide. We went first to a small one where a family group is housed and they have ...

        Puno transfer to Lima

        A travel blog entry by julianait on Oct 05, 2015

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        We had a sleep in this morning. A 10.00 am pick up and a hour drive to Juliaca Airport. Our scheduled take of was 1.00 pm. Well apparently a light that supposed to light up is not. We're told we'd know at 2.00pm, then 4.00pm. The news is the flight is cancelled and rescheduled for 1.00pm tomorrow. This means that we miss our flight to Iguazu Falls effectively cut that part of our trip in half. Many international phone calls later and sorting a bus transfer to Cusco ...

        Teachers College Maintains the Planet

        A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jul 31, 2015

        ... both elementary and secondary."

        This was done despite the objections of many teachers and citizens, and much ridicule from the public press. Many spoke sneeringly of the new subjects.

        Cubberley provides an accurate account of the prospective new City on the Hill for which "public education" was to be a prelude, a City which rose hurriedly after the failed populist revolt of 1896 frightened industrial leaders. I’ve selected six excerpts ...

        Lake Titiccccchhhhhhaaaahhhhchhhaahhhhhhhh

        A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jun 22, 2015

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        ... and the frigid cold of the night. It was probably around 35 degrees Fahrenheit... I brought 3 layers so I was not too cold that night. After a nice, warm dinner, the locals throw a party for us. Mama Olga came into our rooms and dressed us in the traditional clothes of the Amantani people. We each wore a big white patterned blouse, a wide, colored skirt, a huge patterned belt (which felt as close to a corset as I have ever worn) and a large ...

        Lake Titicaca and Uros the floating Islands

        A travel blog entry by kfamily on Jun 04, 2015

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        ... and take them back to their house to show us how they live. The lady we visited lives in this hut with her husband and her 3 children. The house even had a solar panel so they could watch a black and white TV. They also have one energy efficient light in these little huts. When they are finished showing you their house they invite you to their market stall and boy is it hard sell as sometimes they may not ...