Hotel Kuntur Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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5am arrival in Puno = fun!
Puno on a Sunday...not much going on. Spent the morning checking out the town, climbing more stairs up to one of the lookouts [yes, one of the lookouts that Lonely Planet says NOT to go to] - then jumped on to a day trip to the Sillustani Tombs - where we saw tombs. Highlight of this however, was the local party …
... 18), and her younger sister, Milagros (13), were the only ones home because their parents and little brother had gone to a meeting in Puno and left the two girls in charge of hosting. We guessed that the meeting was probably unavoidable and that they would have lost their turn to host tourists had they tried to reschedule. We also learned that there are 10 communities on the island, as well as 5 primary schools and one middle/high school. There isn't any education beyond ...
It was sunset. I was stood at the summit of a sacred mountain, on an island in the middle of Lake Titicaca. And, finally, I had my first urge to get dreadlocks, purchase a hippy wardrobe and make a start on my full body tattoo. Welcome to the beautiful Amantani Island, situated a three and a half hour boat ride away from the Peruvian city of Puno. It has a population of 4,000 and families here spend their days growing potatoes or ...
... off. The first 12km are on standard roads which is to get you used to the bike and the speed. The other 42km are on dirt road which is not very wide. The narrowest part is 3m and not much in the way of barriers. Our guides are good, a Kiwi guy and a local guy. They break the road down into sections and after you complete one, they break and tell you about the next one and what to expect. The speed some of the group are travelling at is crazy so I was happy to take it a ...
... to take some photos! Another serendipitous moment – if I hadn't needed to go to the loo I would have missed it.
Speaking of the loo – it was a fairly old ceramic toilet, but with no cistern. A drum of water and a small bucket were provided – you just poured a bucket of water into the toilet and it flushed away. No sink to wash hands, I just poured more water from the drum to do that. As for a shower – they know of no ...