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... vu to the night bus to la Paz. Pia kindly let me swap with her as she wanted to look out the window and it would allow me to sleep some more which I did. However only 30 seconds after our boat had finally left the harbour the motor died and we were told our driver was going to have a look. That is when we realised that our boat wasn't actually a boat. The seats were old bus seats that had been screwed to the floor in closer distances than they were on the bus and ...
... Puno in Peru. The tombs, which are built above ground in tower-like structures called chullpas, are the vestiges of the Colla people, Aymara who were ...
... this picture . . . isn't that just the perfect landing pad for unidentifieds?
More than once, respected Peruvian newspapers have reported UFO sightings in this area. Peru is no stranger to UFO reportings, particularly with the numerous power points within its borders.
Jorge Luis Delgado, author of "Andean Awakening" commented that he felt Sillustani "is alive ...
... section of our blog. The Reed Islands were very interesting. There are many of these Reed Islands, made from (you guessed it) the reeds which grow in that area. They are man made, floating islands and each island is home to several families. It was very interesting to hear from the families who lived on the particular Reed Island we visited. After the Reed Island excursion, we were back onto Rosita and took off for Bolivia! About 4 hours later we reached the border and went ...
... it's name would suggest that it's because of it's shape- the word Titicaca comes from the Quechua and Aymara languages; Titi means puma, and caca means rock, and from a certain height (and with a cheek-full of cocoa leaves), it sort of looks like a puma chasing a rabbit.
Our journey to the lake was on the tail end of a pilgrimage for many Bolivians and it was another example of the customized version of Catholicism we had seen here. It was ...