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... of standing of a bed of reeds was quite strange, spongey yet surprising supportive! It was cool to start, they told us about the people and how the islands are made. They cut out reed roots which come out in big floating blocks, all strung together with sticks and rope, then they cover it with reeds. After this however it was just a sale pitch trying to sell crafted goods and boat rides, we also went to another bigger island where they also had a restaurant! Fair ...
... alentours parfaitement définies grâce au soleil. Il faisait vraiment chaud et j'ai attrapé un vilain coup de soleil sur le nez, même avec ma casquette! Nous avons enfreint le couvre-feu censé être à 17h30 à cause du coucher du soleil. Nous avons eu une bière Cusqueña et j'ai essayé la liqueur de coca avec Nicolas et deux Américains: Brendan et Anna, vraiment sympa. Nous excusant du retard auprès de nos ...
... whatever. I also think that South Americans see themselves having a collective history that Americans don’t. Our vision of "history" is very much determined by your education, racial background, wealth, etc. South Americans take much more pride in their collective indigenous cultures and their bloody overthrows of colonialism. God bless.
So the major attraction in Puno is the lake ...
We were picked up from our hotel and driven the short distance to the Puno wharf. We had a whole day boat tour on Lake Titicaca and we travelled on a small cabin cruiser which travelled very slowly. Our first stop was close to Puno at the Uros reed islands. We have heard of these for so long but it was still very weird to stand on these floating islands and feel the reeds sink slightly as you walk. The islands are anchored ...
... versa of course.
A boat, close to the shore, was pointed out and we were told that it was brought from England when northern part of Chile, Arica, was still part of Peru and before the Pacific war. The boat was dismantled into pieces and Indians carried the pieces across the Andes over 8 years before being put back together. It was the first steam boat on Lake Titicaca and is now a museum.
We were taught to speak a bit of ...