Royal Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After so much traveling in order to get back to La Paz we were all very pleased to have a peaceful afternoon off, followed by a delicious meal at a Mexican restaurant.
The next day was a rather early start, leaving at 5am to catch a plane to Rurrenebaque. The plane happened to only have 19 seats and that meant it couldnīt deal so well with turbulence! With a large number of the group feeling plane sick it was fortunate that no one ...
From Mexico City we flew to Lima. As promised by Rachel (who put together our entire South American itinerary- thank you!) Lima was overcast and there was an unpleasant smell in the air... After a nights sleep we are ready to explore the city and thankfully the smell seems to have died down. We visit the cathedral which was pretty and then San Francisco Church which was incredible. The library was like something from a film set and there were beautiful tiled walls everywhere. ...
... on for a couple of minutes. Despite numerous requests the air-conditioning stayed off which they now claimed was broken and then eventually they opened the top vents which cooled it down a bit. It was also the first bus we have travelled with that didn't give you a checked luggage ticket which was a big concern. Then on what was supposed to be an express bus the driver picked up ...
... until eventually, they form an island. As the blocks of reeds decompose they produce gases, which give the islands the ability to float. After the roots are covered with two meters of dry reeds the islands become strong enough for the Uros to live on. The island is then secured to the to the bottom of the lake using rope attached to eucalyptus stacks. We were welcomed onto an island by a family who gave us a demonstration of the ...
25th August 2014
The lake is flat calm, and the sun is shining, and it's a balmy 28c, and we are boating on the highest navigable lake in the world, at 12,500 feet. That’s 3,811 metres.
To put this in perspective, New Zealand’s highest mountain, Mount Cook, is ...