El Buho Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... through the middle of Lake Titicaca. We walked the parameter of the Island, and had a gorgeous lunch on the top of the Island , of quinoa soup which we have had all through Peru, and trout with rice and vegetables. The Island is at 3900 metres above sea level, and Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake on the world, and the top ten larges lakes. We returned to Puno around 4.00pm, walked through the main ...
... a narrow back road around the village so off we went on another adventure. Think narrow muddy rutted dirt track rather than road!! Not fun when we met anyone coming in the opposite direction – much waving of arms, rapid expressive Spanish and reversing whilst we held our breath as the bus teetered on the edge. Picked up a local lady on the way who showed us the best route – we nearly ended back at the blockade. Hope they ...
An early start for our bus to Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca. We were travelling with a different bus company called Tour Peru who was one of the few who ran this route. The scenery following the river valley over the alpine plateau was great but the bus was terrible. When we first entered it smelt a great deal of body odour and then as we journeyed along the air-conditioning was ...
... been doing his guiding job for some time, he was funny and gave good explanations of the history around the lake. One thing he made sure everyone remembered was about the name itself, it should actually be called Titicala and not Titicaca which is the Spanish version. Titi means puma (animal revered by indigenous) and Cala means rock, whereas Kaka (or Caca) means ****. Nowadays, Bolivians say Titi is on the Bolivian side and Kaka is on the Peruvian, ...
... we took a boat ride (made of sea grass as well) to one of the other islands to get our passports stamped. It was really cool to come here and see how people can live with barely any electricity and contact with the outside world. We then continued our trip with a 3 hour boat journey to Armantani Island still on the Peruvian part of the lake. Here we were greeted by Renee, who was part of our host family for the night - we were to stay with a ...