Inca Utama Hotel & Spa
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... stops either side of the border (we were fleeced US$50 each on the 2011 border crossing by the Peruvian Police) - AND Immigration and Aduanas on both sides of the border were very helpful and prompt. The whole crossing took some 45 minutes.
No hassles and no money lost to crooks!
Time change of 1 hour added to our length of day but we still just made Puno at sunset in light rain. Found a hostal on the main road in and crashed.
More about Peru next time.
... on themselves there was no toilet and no respite as the tiny little plane then hit hail. We, the sturdy group at the front, coped by laughing, putting our bags on our laps (to avoid vom trails) and waiting for the hell to end. Even Fran was strong like bull which considering half the people on the flight were being sick was incredible. No selfies taken at the end of the flight, out of ...
... we jumped on a small local bus to moon valley,
moon on valley is a valley of amazing rock formations, somewhat like stalactites. By this point the altitude was starting to kick in, and walking more than a few steps uphill or up stairs left me breathless, feeling like my heart was about to burst out of my chest.
after we finished looked around, we jumped back on the bus to the city, to book our tickets to - Cholita wrestling, Cholitas are traditional Bolivian ...
Up early for us, 6:30am and the sun is already shining, today is the day!!!!
Death Road, Bolivia is waiting for us, haha!!! I think we are all feeling a little anxious as we pack our stuff, as we are staying in the Yolasa area after our ride, if we survive that is!!!
Downstairs, we have a quick coffee and say goodbye to Geoff, the owners father, who tells us to stay calm and go at our own pace on the bike ride. He has done it several times apparently!