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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of reed to the slightly large island where are boat would meets us. We all decided on the boat ride across the lake where we would meet our slow speed boat which would take us on to Tahile Island. It was a warm day so it was good to be outside on a boat being gently rowed, Geoff had a go at rowing, he was pretty good too. We board our slow speed boat for a 90 min journey across the lake to Taquile Island which would our home for the night. We get off the boat and all we see ...
... by the family that live there, and then listened to an explanation of how the islands are made and their way of life. We came away with the feeling that they really do live there as too much work goes into the upkeep of the island for it to just be a show (the islands take 8 months to a year to build, have to be continuously maintained and only last for 20 years before a new one has to ...
... beautiful looking over a range of snowcapped mountains.
Once we arrived in Puno I took a taxi from the bus station to the hostel. The hostel was so cute and homely and I was finally able to do some laundry! The rooms were cosy and I was first in so I got the best bed haha! I spend the rest of the day wandering around and also found a supermarket to stock up on some things. I had lunch then headed back to the hostel to chill. Not a lot to do in Puno! That ...
... table runner or wall hanging. The market Island even had a post office from which to send postcards and to get a Lake Titicaca passport stamp.
We next rode a regular boat to Taquile Island. The inhabitants, known as Taquileños, are southern Quechua speakers. Taquileños are known for their fine handwoven textiles and clothing, which are regarded as among the highest-quality handicrafts in Peru. Knitting is exclusively performed by males, starting at ...