Hotel Maria Angola

Address: Bolognesi 190, Puno, ., Peru | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Bolognesi 190, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Sillustani, and Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Maria Angola Puno

Reviewed by helguth

Good value for money

Reviewed Jul 4, 2010
by (10 reviews) , Norway Flag of Norway

Helpful staff, good beds and clean.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Maria Angola Puno

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Puno

Day 30 - Lake Titicaca - Homestay!

A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Aug 04, 2015

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... unique. I loved the family that showed me around their home, bought some souvenirs just for the sake of it to support them. It was an amazing experience. The women were weaving tapestries, and dressed in brights colours and sang to us! The children were so cute it broke my heart! We then went on a boat ride across the lake to our main boat, in dragon style boat they made. Very cool, steph and I got to row it :) The sun is shining and it's a beautiful ...

Teachers College Maintains the Planet

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jul 31, 2015

... inadequate. Stemming from his philosophical alignment with Hegel, Harris believed that children were property and that the state had a compelling interest in disposing of them as it pleased. Some would receive intellectual training, most would not. Any distinction that can be made between Harris and later weak curriculum advocates (those interested in stupefaction for everybody) is far less important than substantial agreement in both camps that parents or local ...

Schwimmende Inseln & strickende Männer

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 05, 2015

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... that the islanders could take care of herself. Even today, the soil of the island is managed and introduced only a few goods. All the money is taken that goes into a common fund that ensures the well-being of all on the island. There is no crime on the island everyone helps everyone and so it goes all the better. This cohesion was quite impressed me. Later in the afternoon we went on to go back to Puno. With Daniel and Monika I had agreed that we would take the same bus the next day to ...

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A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Apr 29, 2015

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... down there people selling crafts and treats. I decided to buy they children lollipops to make up for the polar ice gum incident! We boarded the boat and headed back.

When we returned Luis took us in his little boat over to another island to visit another family where they had a museum. In this museum, everything was made of reeds. The birds, the fish, the people...everything! It was so cool! Luis then took us for a ride ...

Puno y las islas, Lago Titicaca - Days 46 - 48

A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on Apr 20, 2015

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... islands, but in fact there are many many small Uros islands but with only around 20 people living on each one. We got off the boat and made our first steps on the slightly bouncy reeds. The islands are made from blocks of muddy roots, which float to the surface in rainy season. These blocks are tethered together before reeds are piled on top in cross hatch layers - the whole process of making a new islands takes about 9 months. Each month everyone living on the island helps to ...