Sol Plaza Puno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... together to eat. Vegetable soup, then vegetables with rice followed by coco tea. I was stuffed!! We gave the mama our gifts of rice, pasta, oil and tinned tuna, and also gave Christian our deck of cards which he loved! We helped wash up then headed to bed. We had been promised by Gabriella the quietest night sleep yet but it was not to be! Heavy rain on a metal correlated roof is very loud. Ainsworths (and Rafferty) - imagine our caravan in Wales x ...
Our first stop is Uros Islands, the floating island on Lake Titicaca which is actually where our tour guide lives. He takes us in to a native hut to explain how the islands are constructed from the reeds and how the natives live. The huts are tiny and apparently house a whole family. Also very cold inside. It was interesting to see that they had a battery to power a light and small TV. We also met Ivan's grandmother and cousins who ...
... It really does feel overly touristy, which unfortunately is the main feedback of the floating islands on the backpacker grapevine. We had time for a quick ride on a gondola style boat made out of reeds and then headed back to shore. We heard how the lake is only about 10m deep where this particular island is but it's around 300m deep in the centre. The water is fresh water as there are no outlets to the sea and although the lake isn't the ...
... and colourful traditional dress, and Lobo explained to us the meanings of wearing a pom - pom , unmarried women wear bright pom-poms and married women wear bright red on their skirts. You can also tell if a man is married, he would wear a bright red hat, an unmarried man a red and white hat. After we said our good byes to the families and thanked them for their hospitality we headed off on our trek back to town, and later on our walk back to the boat we notice that ...
... with the Arabic Cross on the ornate African style ceiling. The other with amazing frescos depicting heaven hell and everything in between. Preservation being carried out thank goodness. Our lunch stop was before the pass. A buffet of mediocre food but managed the soup which is always good here and full of vegetables that are abundant everywhere. Followed with the rice pudding which was also ok. After lunch we climbed the pass to 4550 ...