Sol Plaza Puno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... six soles to our name. Enough for three litres of water and nothing else. There was no fear, however, as we were told that there were banks and cashpoints in Ayaviri, 32 kilometres down the road. The first half an hour out of Santa Rosa was pleasant. At that time in the morning the altiplano was quiet, with very little traffic except for the smiling, waving children on their bikes, the llama on the train tracks, and the amusingly woolly rams swinging udder sized woolly scrotum ...
Two new members joined our group - Betty and George. A couple of legends from Western Canada. They're going to be with us until the end of the tour. Excitement on leaving La Paz - Heidi, our tour leader, had an alarm accident and slept in. Our bus was waiting outside our hotel and the six of us were standing about like gormless idiots not fully understanding what was going on. We did understand, however, when the bus started to leave (half of us ...
... the lake brings.
Went back to the hotel and packed for our return to Lima and breathable air! Would we recommend Puno as a destination? Well, the floating islands were really interesting. The other island would be a waste of time and money even if you were in really good shape and the climb didn't nearly kill you. A ...
... than stood up to its reputation for very good food. We had a great table by the pizza oven so not only could we see pizzas being made, it was keeping us nice and warm too. Apart from the pizzas, the menu was based on classic Peruvian dishes with an international twist. Maria, on seeing someone else's plate ordered Trout Sliders with onions, mash and avocado while David had an Alpaca fillet with wheat and mushroom risotto and berry sauce. Both were absolutely stunning!!
... for making the woman's clothes and vice versa. The woman also wears the number of skirts that matches her age (eg. I'd wear 25 if I lived there and got married now). Also before the wedding, the woman must cut her hair and the man weaves a belt from it that he must wear for the rest of his life. She makes him a colorful pouch for his coca leaves, which he wasn't allowed to have as a single man and means that he can now stop to chat and exchange coca leaves with other ...