Hotel Casona Colon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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For Our last night in Cusco we head out to the famous Paddy's Bar, the highest Irish bar in the World, where we said a fond farewell to our fellow Trekkers and had a Guinness. Because they are younger than us they had to go back to work! A new mode of transport for us today (Monday) for our journey from Cusco to Puno, by Lake Titicaca, was the " …
... with his hands. He wanted to be just like dad - he was three years old! I wondered how many three year olds would have his boating skills! On the second island we did not have access to much..there was a 'restaurant' and another stall selling scarves, etc and some other structures for sitting in. We climbed aboard our launch and motored leisurely back to Puno dock. There were only five of us on the tour so James felt we got excellent value and we ...
We'd had reports of vehicles being pelted with rocks and we came across a small bus and later a car which had been damaged and burnt out but I don't know if they'd been damaged by protestors or at some other time. Just before dark we stopped at one of the scheduled tourist stops at a church, museum and market but the church was shut. The museum opened for us as did the market stalls but everyone was keen to keep going. The next stop was where we should have had lunch but we had ...
... be spanish, or close to Spanish, and that people will understand what im saying. Surprisingly it works pretty well ! Most of the time I get myself understood, while Philippe is basically... nod his head in either agreement or confusion!.. :-D
First we stopped at an Uros floating Island. Long story short, Uros people where living on land before the Inca people arrived in the region and chased them from their land. They flew onto the Lake and started living ...
... and go soft, meaning they detach from the lake bed and the reed and root start to float on the water. The family will then collect all of these and bind the roots together to create a floating island. They then lay around 10 layers of chopped reed on top of this to create 'ground' to walk on. The experience of walking on this is similar to that of stepping on a mattress. They then anchor their island using long wooden poles dug into the lake bed a reasonable distance ...