Joya del Titicaca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... 4pm to find that we were right on the edge of the water. We found that Puno was very different to Cusco but it is refreshing to be in a new place. Tomorrow we do a tour around Lake Titicaca and look at the way the traditional people live their lives. Only a week to go, Team ...
... chhhhhahhhhhhh" as if he was German and pronouncing each "CA" with the ending sound of Johan Sebastian Bach's last name. It was hilarious. I wish I had a sound byte of him saying it. On our very last boat ride off the island, myself and Ron (one of my home-stay roommates we met this weekend from DC) were trying to catch him saying it and record it on our phones. When Ruben asked, "Does anyone have any closing questions?" Ron whispered in my ear, ...
... the only thing we had to do here was getting to the bus station on time..shouldn't be a big challenge, but for us : two backpacking and one suitpacking girl (Laura had her big bag with rolls:) with two extra bags travelling itself is always a challenge and there is always reason why we are a bit late.. this time we had to buy some plastic sheet to wrap Hannahs backpack for crossing the border.. but try to buy some platic foil ...
... and totally worth it. The post script to this lovely trip was that when we got back into Puno, we were walking down the street all together when a local girl of about three or four years old noticed us all. She then excitedly pulled her father's sleeve, pointed at us, and exclaimed "gringos!". Her father looked mortified, and hurriedly pulled her away from us. We though it was hilarious and all cracked up simultanously. Kids say the cutest things (which ...
... we had the whole afternoon and evening concerts of the different music bands, at one point it started to rain, but they did not care, they just went on playing!
Today the festival is going to its end, but still, we had processions, carrying the statue of the seņora de la Candelaria through the streets, again with lots of music and drums. I think today was the last day ;-) These people must be exhausted!