Hotel Don Carlos Juliaca
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... kick her off. We're convinced she was some scammer that tries to steal people's tickets and kick them off their bus. Excuse me, no one kicks us off our bus to Puno. At least this bus was a double-decker bus with reclining seats and an actual bathroom, compared to our Duggar-esque "bus" we took on the way to Machu Picchu. It also had a digital sign of how fast the bus was going at any point in the drive. Weaving through mountains and seeing the ...
... fast days, I had been stayed in Bolivia for 28 nights!
started move en route to Puno, 3 hours and 30 minutes.
That is my third and final country visiting in the South America.
half all the way, was sleeping on coach seat. Off the bus, took a taxi (6Soles fare =2USD)
to Kollas Inn where I am staying at central locate and nearby rail station for leaving to Cusco on 29th.
mostly spent stayed at my room...lazy night!
No much to say, We went to the lakeside markets, did some last minute souvenir shopping, then got some pictures with the lake (the water was so green due to algae), we pass one last time by "La Hacienda", our favorite restaurant in town and then we were picked up at 10:45 am and were talking to the airport in Juliaca not before crossing ...
... just swerved off the road as he was looking round to check where Nadine was (it was therefore her fault in a way, but of course he didn't mention that). And 2. He didn't cry (steely). After the Hoogerland incident, t-shirts with a blood dripping barbed wire fence image coupled with the words 'Welcome to Hoogerland, Population Heroes' sold out within days. Matt had to settle for antibiotic cream and fried chicken. Anyway, back to the departure from Cusco...We both felt tired this ...
... which we could understand most of and then again in English. The boat took another two hours to arrive at Isla Amantani, where we docked at a small community on the southern side of the island. We were told that each host family would be taking four people and asked to make groups. Almost everyone had paired up when Ben and Steph, an Australian couple (though Ben was an Englishman) asked us if we would like to join them. It was at this point that we noticed Teddy, a ...