Hotel Landhaus Copacabana
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... next blog, if we manage to stay conscious!) For now, we were going to soak up our stay in Copacabana and relax in preparation for the Inca trail.
Our hotel, La Cupula, was amazing, set high up with amazing views of the lake from our sundeck in our room, accessed by a set of attic steps and a trap door, that included a hammock (and several other hammocks outside along with a couple of alpacas, roosters that cock-a-doodled-do every hour, luckily only during the day, ...
... driven for 20 more minutes close to the bottom of the volcano where we quickly jumped out of car, layered up, i was given extra gloves from the driver, a quick team hug and off we set to the summit. Given we were on a pretty steep angle anyway, starting the walk up we suddenly realised that walking at over 5000m at an steep up hill angle was not going to be easy but slowly slowly slowly.. stopping every 15 mins for a sit down, water and photo stop, ...
We were surprised to bump into the Australian couple who had been with us on the Lake Titicaca tour at breakfast. They told us that their night on the catamaran had been excellent with five star service and a show by the locals just for them. After breakfast we took our life in our hands again and hopped in a radio cab to get to the yellow cable car station. We learned later that this one only opened on 1 October so we were very lucky ...
... the people from these cultures who can be found in their make shift stalls selling
their wares. We would be spending three
nights in La Paz and were looking forward to exploring this vibrant city.
However, the first day we had to deal with a little problem regarding
getting to Brazil, where we would be flying to on the 13th after a 5 day stay
in Iquique, Chile. We fully expected
that we could get our visas at the airport but, ...
... and streets for meat (EVERY part of the animal is used and I have been very conservative with the photos). Some new foods I've tried : black potato soup; moco-moco fruit (bit like passion fruit); saltenas (similar to a Cornish pasty!); juice of dehydrated peaches, becomes syrup-like; juice of coffee bean shells - tastes like cherries. 3. The Witches Market : what a window into the strange world of witchcraft, rites and rituals of honouring the Pachamama/Mother Earth to secure a ...