Suites Don Carlos Juliaca
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... 754 metres!
No wonder anything other than walking on the level has us breathing heavily, despite having been taking altitude acclimatisation pills for many days now. So what shall we do today?
Why don’t we go and climb a steep hill? …. but more of that later.
We spent the night ...
... have been there before, but Martha (Nick's girlfriend) had not, and it is quite an amazing place. Los Uros are literally floating islands. They float on mud, and the houses are moved every two weeks, so that the reeds that are cut can be replaced beneath them. There are 82 of these floating islands on the lake, and the inhabitants stay on the lake. It is like reaching back in time hundreds of years. They ...
... open, of course the normal street stall stuff was around. Peru has given me souvenir overload, most of it looks the same and the women are certainly insistent at selling their goods; I'm ready for a change which is lucky because tonight is our last night in Peru. Most of the group went out for dinner (I had alpaca again- it tastes so good!) and then we went for a farewell drink at a rock 'n' reggae bar - how South American..... Not! No tally changes - funny ...
... 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 ...
... a supply of tissues and wipes at hand for personal use.
In the more remote areas, there may have been a trickle of water (but no soap) from the basin faucets (if there were basins at all), and no way to dry your hands other than in the air. And keep a coin handy if you wish to enter some of these facilities; sentries are posted that won't let you pass until you pay.