Sonesta Posadas del Inca Lake Titicaca Puno
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Our taxi took us to the Eco Inn Hotel at Puno for our overnight stay. Unfortunately there was some confusion over the bookings, and the only point in our holiday we were left there trying to explain our "confirmed booking". The hotel were very helpful and phoned around the area to discover our tour operator had book into the Sonesta Posada del …
We woke up today again at 6:30 to see what this private tour held for us. We walked to breakfast and indulged in a hot breakfast!! What a luxury! W then checked out of our amazing hotel to meet our tour guide. He walked us to the pier outside of our hotel and we walked onto his large boat. We didn't really know what to expect of lake Titicaca as …
Up early again after a fitful night's sleep. The lack of oxygen at this altitude means that your heart rate increases to compensate, even when you're asleep. It's an odd feeling to wake in the night after a strange dream (these too are caused by the altitude) with a pounding pulse and a parched, dry mouth.
I wasn't overly …
... who have developed their own social system, about which
unfortunately we heard nothing, and a rather different hand weaving technique,
of which (needless to say) we saw plenty.
And this is where climbing a hill at a very high altitude
comes in- their village is at 4,000 metres, and around 500 meters higher than
anything else we ...
... on the island. As the guide put it, being a single man on this island is akin to being nothing. They are not allowed to participate in any of the activities since many things come as a result of marriage.
Anyway, after that explanation we had a nice lunch of quinoa soup, grilled trout from the lake, potatoes, and rice. After lunch, we continued on the walk and headed back down the other side of the island to the boat. We were now heading back to Puno, a 3 hour boat ...