Hotel El Lago
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel El Lago Puno
The room was freezing, the bathroom had a leak but it was pretty clean and really cheap.
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... burden, the sheep are raised for meat, and the alpacas are used for both meat, and wool. Vicuñas have resisted domestication over the centuries, but they are prized for their very fine and valuable wool. They roam freely in elevations above 13,000 ft. and are rounded up for shearing. Before the 1990s,vicuñas were hunted extensively by poachers. There were laws protecting the animals, but police were often paid ...
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... in our room in the building outside the main communal area. Much nicer than anticipated. We headed into the kitchen in the opposing building where we had a good meal and tried to communicate with the couple. Hand actions managed to get us through. A nice feed later and we were given a hot water bottle - literally a water bottle with hot water to keep us warm during the night. Off to bed early around 8pm and very long sleep was appreciated after the past few days.
... up with a very blonde couple into a homestay for four people. Chris was particularly frustrated as he'd already tried to clear up the confusion with the guide. Ideally, we'd have liked to experience a homestay for just the two of us so we could feel part of the family, but c'est la vie. Being part of a bigger group did mean that we were allocated a family with 5 children under the age of 10 so we were really lucky in that respect - other people were staying with older ...
On the eighth day of our trip, we all woke up at 5 am this morning to catch a bus to Puno. This bus ride to Puno took about 11 hours with several stops like museum, ruins, church, and etc. Our bus included services like drinks, lunch at a restaurant, and VIP passes for all the stops.
So, one of our stops was Raqchi which was used for storage that was built in 1436 and this place ...