Los Tallanes Hotel & Suites
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... slightly. Lake Titicaca is enormous. It's the largest and highest navigable lake in the world. Some 160 kms long and 60 kms wide, you can't see the sides or ends. The lake is a fresh water body of water - some 200+ metres at its deepest point and the water's quite cold. We spent hours inside the Uros people's homes and exploring their stores and communal buildings. This place was incredible. They took us for ...
Sept. 22….HERE WE GO AGAIN
Well, our departure for our 2014 South America adventure was not without some strong uncertainty about actually leaving. On the Wednesday before we were scheduled to leave, I called our local Echauri Clinic at 11:15 a.m to have a persistent pain in my side checked out. I was in front of the Urologist at noon, had blood work and a cat scan done, had the ...
After a sociable breakfast in the kitchen chatting with other guests, and suggestions from Lilian, she organises a taxi to take me to the adjoining district of Miraflores, to join the Mirabus – an open top tourist bus – for a day tour of Lima. Such an interesting and beautiful city, I am pleasantly surprised at its likeability. We pass some Incan ruins in an inner suburb, travel through ...
... from the smell of Mr H's feet.
The scenery on the trip was barren, but quite pretty at times, especially when we got a glimpse of the sea-side. We had a half-hour lunch stop, but (like geeks on a school trip) we had brought our own sandwiches, so just had a coffee, which turned out to be the foulest cup of coffee either of us has had in our lives. Hot milk that smelt slightly on the turn was delivered with a jar of what may have once been coffee, but was now ...
... the breaking waves and could smell the sea air.
We're not in Colorado anymore!
The hotel is very nice and am looking forward to exploring it, and the area, tomorrow.
We have a busy agenda starting with an Andean Civilization lecture by Luis Felipe Villacorta, followed by a highlights of Lima tour, a visit to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, a welcome reception and ending with dinner.
It promises to be a great first full day in Peru!