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De l'hôtel on se rend en pousse pousse au port de Puno. Embarquement sur un bateau pour une promenade sur le lac Titicaca. On visite une île flottante construite de toute pièce par les habitants de ces îles, les Uros. Ils parlent une des langues officielles du Pérou, l'Aymara, les autres étant l'espagnol et le quechua. On nous expliquera la …
Nous quittons Cuzco. Visite du site archéologique de Raqchi. On reprend la route, nous roulons sur l'altiplano, vallées parfois très larges entre les hautes montagnes. On y fait l'élevage de lamas; le fumier est utilisé comme combustible. Passage du col de la Raya à 4335 mètres d'altitude. On arrive à Puno, à 3830 mètres d'altitude.
... times than was necessary. Ah? Anyway, he found us all pushbike taxis and took us to the harbour where we caught a boat out onto the Lake. Titicaca. The World's highest navegable lake. Also the world's most mockable name. Apart from Mount Willywobbler. I might have just made that up.
We arrived at our first destination, Uros, a floating island made of reed. Man-made. And we met the people who made it too. And they showed us their homes made ...
... island in a boat which looked like it could have come from the Vikings. Once we left the floating islands we then had another 2.5 hr boat trip to Lake Titicaca. The waters are the most amazing blue colour and from the high point of the main square you can see Bolivia. We then had lunch at a private home which was very nice. After lunch we then had another boat ride back to Puno. A long, interesting day with the only low light being the farewell to Admil our wonderful ...
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