La Casa De Manuelita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the island before my friends made it to the boat! It was quite a hike up to the house where we then had lunch. Then in the afternoon we hiked up to the top of the mountains to see some ruins and the sunset. It was quite the hike and I was still having some trouble breathing. Fortunately before the top there was a man with a "horse taxi" and I was happy to take it to the top. At this point I've proven myself with ...
... some fresh trout - though of course again with rice and potatoes - we went back to the boat to return to the main land. We arranged to meet up again for dinner with the group from the trip before I would catch a night bus to Cusco, while Pia was staying another night to catch the bus back to La Paz the next day. So after another great meal, it was time to say goodbye to my travel buddy of almost 4 weeks. Thanks Pia for the great time and all the best of luck and success in La ...
After we made out way back to Cusco and I was able to appreciate a long hot shower, my new friend and I decided to go walking, err, shall I say, limping through town. I had to go buy myself a new pair of shoes because the damage I did to my feet on my 5 day adventure left me in agony when I tried to put on the hiking shoes again. We stumbled into a tour agency and asked about options to go to Puno, Peru which is where the highest lake in the world at 3600meters give or ...
... walikee" when we were asked how we are and as soon as our boat docked this is what they asked us. It was a bit nerve wracking as I'm not too good with foreign languages. However, it all went smoothly and then I jumped down onto the floating island. These islands are constructed of reeds and literally float on the river. It's something else to see! We met local women and they showed us their Casa and the fact they have satellite tvs makes you realise how ...
... up drinking it
everywhere. It also helped with breathing, as I had a head cold – at the highest point of my trip.
Edgar made a phone call during dinner and organised for me to join a homestay tour the following day of Lake Titicaca. Happy to let me leave my luggage in my room till I returned two nights later – what lovely people they are.