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So we booked our tickets through the local Mariners Union on the waterfront to go to the North of Isle del Sol. There is a walk that Tom had read about where you can follow an Inca trail from North to South or vice versa.
We board the ferry and realise before taking off that it's overloaded and we couldn't see life jackets anywhere. The old …
Today we had a bit of a down day at Copacabana. Unfortunately it was overcast and cold. The hotel breakfast was really dismal so we went up the road and got omelettes for about $3 each. There was some kind of procession with the military marching band that went past the café. We're not sure if this is to do with Virgin del Carmen celebrations that …
Tom woke early as he was so excited to see his go pro mountain biking footage on his computer. Unfortunately ran into technical difficulties so he wasn't able to load it onto facebook. Did some last minute running around La Paz – had to collect our 'free’ survivor of death road t-shirts along with a CD of photos of the ride and pick up …
2nd May 2014
Getting through immigration to enter Bolivia was long winded as we needed 2 stamps out of peru and one into Bolivia, all which involved seperate queues. Finally we arrived into Copacabana a small town set on the worlds highest largest lake, Lake Titicaca. A hunt for our home for the night, the Mirador Hotel it was, all be it …
Dry, sunny and warm with a beautiful clear light around Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world.
At 08.00, we left the hotel on cycle rickshaws arranged by the guide.
At the port, we went by motor launch for the short ride to the Islas Flotantes known as the Uros Isles. At the entrance to the Islas, the tourist boats are …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mirador Copacabana
Great location overlooking Lake Titicaca. Rooms were OK. Breakfast below average.
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