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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Pachamama peak to watch the sunset. We lived with islanders eating traditional meals which happened to be very carb-heavy. In the evening we attended a fiesta in traditional island clothes. After the one night homestay we visited Taquile island which is famous for its textiles. The restaurant that we ate at had the most spectacular views of the lake and the peninsula. We then descended 540 steps down to the dock to return to Puno.
... Cusco was not without incident. There was a thunderstorm with a lot of rain which caused some landslides onto the road. The driver had to clear the blockages by hand whilst we had to dash across on foot. Unfortunately 1 girl was hit by a rock on her ankle swelled up. Tired and wet we eventually return back to Cusco. After a well-needed sleep we have a relaxing day in Cusco. We manage to get a partial refund from our Machu Picchu tour and visit the pre-colonial art museum ...
... whoever does just walks up to the front helter-skelter and crowds around. But it works. Just like the traffic, I guess - it looks like chaos but it actually works pretty well.
After mass we walked down toward the Plaza de Armas and saw a whole bunch of people walking our way dressed in different uniforms. We asked someone about it ...
... a part of our group and guide challenged the locals to a game of soccer. It was great to watch as they played on a field the size of a basketball court making it more interesting. After about an hours the boys were defiant against the locals in what was a friendly but competitive match. The locals then danced in local costumes before getting us all involved, although tiring it was quite fun. We then went with our host where we were served ...
We left our Amantani Island family and boated to Taquile Island. Taquile is a little more traditional. They don't allow any overnight visitors and most people won't allow their faces to be photographed. They do allow boats to dock, visitors to explore the paths (for a fee) and there are a few restaurants.