Hotel Casona Colon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Arrived in Puno, shattered again after long bus ride. Hardly knew how to use my legs after 10 hours of inactivity so crashed at hotel in preparation for a 7:00am start on Saturday (now today) discovery of Puno can wait again!
off to a Wellington start this morning, wet and windy and cold! A welcome change from all the heat and humidity so far. 28-30 degrees mostly til now. Off on a jet boat to the floating reed islands of Uros, quite choppy and did I mention ...
Entering into Peru I had a bit of a way to go before I reached my first destination which was Chachapoyas. It was getting late from my trek over the border so I spent the night in a small town nearby. You know your on the other side of the world when you walk down a street and everyone stops and stares at you! The next day was another full day of travel needing to transfer collectivos at the different towns. There apparently isn't any busses in northern Perú, well in the ...
... the world for the last 3 years, the scenery is fantastic and the people we met were both interesting and kind. Before entering the country we were warned that people would take advantage of tourists and that you would have to be on your toes as robberies are common. However we experienced none of this and I would say Peru is my favourite country so far, with Cusco being a particular ...
... to the last day of electioneering before the Regional Elections this weekend. we then went to a bar for snack, vino and cerveza, and met two American guys that walked in the Inca Trail at the same time, so had fun relaying stories of the trek. We returned back tour hotel, ready to go out at 7.00pm for our last dinner in Puno before we leave for Lima tomorrow, having to travel to the airport at Juliaca tomorrow ...
... buy and treated to short boat ride on one of their "Cadillac" canoes. The experience was pretty touristy but the history/concept of the islands and people was really fascinating. From there we headed to Taquile Island. This island remains fairly traditional and is known for their weaving (both men and women weave here). The men all wear these floppy nightcap looking hats which delineate their status (married, single, part of the authority, past authority). The women ...