Posada Del Inca Lodge
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... the town and boarded our bus to Puno, on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca. Bolivia, has been for mine, a liberating experience and one I shall never forget with amazing scenery you wouldn’t find anywhere else, and really chilled out, friendly people that made us feel very welcome. Our next South American destination takes us to Peru and the infamous Inca trail to Machu Picchu; I am sure this experience will be just as breath ‘taking’ as Bolivia certainly was, bring it on ...
... and then into the desert as we arrived at our hotel the Takya del Desierto deep in the middle of no where surrounded by mountains and sand dunes ranging from red, orange, pink and yellow. slightly more basic but much friendlier a hotel we enjoyed a bottle of red with our guide and driver next to a raging woodstove burner - perfect to dry my hair! A good nights sleep and an early start and off we bumped again, first passing a rock formation ...
... did I pay for it.
The only thing I ate that Bill didn’t was the lettuce and I was up half the
night with, I suspect, food poisoning. Needless to say, Bill went on the tour
The tour was to the central cathedral, the Witches Market, several museums
and the Central Mercado and to some of the more affluent areas of the city. They
couldn’t get to the museum and the mercado because of the political ...
... in our room for a while before setting off for another walk later. The vibrancy in La Paz is amazing, the busses and vans crowd the streets and are always full to overflowing. Most don't have cars or bikes so buses are it. We dined again at the Sol y Luna and had another good Indonesian meal. Back at the hotel there was a dance/music show for a small tour group which we were lucky enough to be able to watch. Such beautiful folk dances. Quite different from Peru. Beautiful ...
La Paz is, like Quito, another gigantic city surrounded my mountains. But its atmosphere and the style of its buildings are noticeably different. It is clear La Paz is significantly less affluent, but its winding streets make for perfect wandering terrain.
Without a clear plan I had set out from my hotel that morning. All I had to do that day was pay for my next tour (to Bolivia's Salt Flats) and to pick an operator for another outing I had in mind. After hearing ...