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very nice place because it is in the middle of the town everything is in walking distance!
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Today was another jam-packed day, where we visited the incredible Lake Titicaca.
The day began watching the sun rise across the lake from out hotel room!
We first were driven to the Peru/Bolivia border- this was a surreal experience due to customs consiting of three small huts, and some small 'money exchange' counters that were …
My goal today is to walk as far as I can in the same downhill direction Kevin and I walked on Tuesday. The first hour was uneventful and took me to the yellow Teleferico station where we had stopped prior (although, I found a shorter route). There are several curves near the station but then the road straightens out for another 4 km. The first 2km is a more urban area with taller newer buildings. The second 2km is more like a suburban highway with ...
... the Stone Tree.. giant boulders spat out of a nearby volcano many years ago forming strange shapes - the most famous of which is in the shape of a tree. Great fun for climbing and exploring before heading further into the desert. Passing amazing lakes full of flocks of flamingoes has to have been a highlight for us both. Laguna Colorado at the edge of the national park was a stunning red colour from the bacteria in the lake which makes ...
2,000,000 people live in this crater. It's a bustling place full of people with very little. Most of the traffic is ancient busses from the 50's, taxi vans, private cars that sell seats to any number at a time, and taxis. Transportation is cheap if you can work out where you are going. We caught a very ancient bus to San Miguel, a district much further down into the crater. The rickety old bus took us through narrow streets under huge bridges and ...
... great stories from fellow travelers around the world, I simply had to give cycling the Road of Death a try.
Once those things were organized I had the rest of the afternoon to just.. wander. Wandering new cities without any plan or pre-established route is one of my favourite things to do. That morning it had been raining (but then again, I had been in bed, recovering from yesterday's rough bus ride), but now the sun was out and although it is still fairly ...