Intiqa Hotel

Address: Jr. Tarapaca 272, Puno, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jr. Tarapaca 272, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Urubamba Weavers' Route.
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    Travel Blogs from Puno

    Sharing a traditional life on Amantani Island

    A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Aug 29, 2014

    14 photos

    ... that we will be this trip! Yo and I explored the island. They saw the sunset from the top, while we watched it from a viewpoint, and then we all met at the main plaza. Every city and little town has a Plaza de Armas. Since it was now dark and we would never have found our way home on this narrow winding paths, Valentina met us and took us home.


    We had ...

    Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... night and a free cab ride there. We accepted because it meant that we didn't have to think about anything, just turn up. So with a hotel and a half day tour to the floating islands booked we relaxed and enjoyed the scenery. Puno was a bit of a hole but the floating island were impressive to look at. The islands are made using the roots from the reeds that the people go out and collect every year and then they layer reeds on top of the ...

    Uros Islands

    A travel blog entry by varney on Jun 04, 2014

    15 photos

    ... out there and neither the Inca nor the Spaniards managed to conquer them. These days though, there are no Uros left, the Aymara (another Indian tribe) have more or less taken over through intermarriage and so on, so all the people living out on the Uros Islands are Aymara now.
    They build the islands by first digging up blocks of tortola reed roots, earth and all, roughly 1m thick and 50cm square. The earth blocks are so full of roots that they float. Then they lash ...

    It's all about the Altitude

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on May 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... up considerably.

    At dinner that evening, we’d regained some of our appetite but I stuck to a salad as I still didn’t want to eat a large meal. Alison was concerned because she said she could only see five alpacas outside; she was sure that there had been six yesterday so we hoped that one of them wasn’t on tonight’s menu. Trevor and I even felt as though we could manage a Cusqueña each, and I really enjoyed the cold beer ...