Hotel Casona Colon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to east ending at Lake Titicaca. Another section of the journey would be on the Altiplano - the high-altitude plains in the middle of the two main ridges. The journey time was expected to be 6 hours - 50% longer than the climb up to Chivay but at east we would me more comfortable.
Having set out in good weather we reached the first stop after 1h40m at a long, low grey building that would be flattered by the term nondescript. Roofing in these parts is generally a form ...
... plethora of totoras houses! The local home were trying me to buy something from them, handcraft and handrug. I looked some of them, I does like it but afraid not want to spend the money. Only S/.20 to 30. Still cheap but think way back to home where will I oit on the decorate wall or? Nah.
back to the boat to across the other island. To noise up the Uro market and snack. I tempted to buy a Skye hand knitted ...
... bricks that blend into the hills. Very few colonial buildings remain. Local woman both in Puno and on Uros islands are dressed in multilayered dresses, bright colours and bowler hats. Puno is very hot in the day but the temperature drops considerably at night. Puno and Lake Titicaca sit at 3800m so it was a another work out on our lungs!
We had a very lazy afternoon still catching up from Machu Picchu. Got our laundry ...
... bus that he had booked for half an hour before our estimated arrival. Fausto arranged for a taxi and row boat to pick him up from the shore and we all watched as the clumsy figure staggered onto the tiny boat. We do not know if he ever made his bus, but the whole boat had quite the laugh retelling stories of the now infamous Teddy. That evening we enjoyed our last dinner in Peru and packed our bags ready to cross over the border the next day into Bolivia and onto new ...
... ingenous and really interesting. but the modern day urosans (or whatever they´d be called) now exist solely for tourists and i don´t really like that. they´ve lost their way of life and i understand it, why wouldn´t you when the money is easier and the life not so ********e of the unintended consequences of tourism.
got me to thinking about what the german motorbike couple had said. near the salar de uyuni there are big reserves ...