Villa Carmen Lodge

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Travel Blogs from Peru

The Amazon Jungle

A travel blog entry by anna_and_steve on Sep 25, 2014

6 comments, 33 photos

Next up we ventured into the depths of the Amazon rainforest. We flew from Cusco to Puerto Maldonado and then traveled up river by boat to Tambopata research centre (TRC) the most remote ecolodge in South America where we spent 5 days. TRC once only housed researchers, who were focused on Macaw research due to its proximity to the largest known Macaw clay
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Lake Titicaca - The World's Highest Navigable Lake

A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 14, 2014

38 photos

Puno is situated on the northeastern shore of Lake Titicaca (3827m altitude). Studies have found that it has been inhabited since at least 10,000 B.C. Various cultural groups developed which were subdued by the Incas, who were dominant until the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors in the 16th Century. The present day inhabitants of Puno are of Quechua and Aymara origin.

Our guide told us an interesting ...

Journey to the Lake

A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 13, 2014

22 photos

Today we left the Hostal at 6.15 am for the 11 hour bus ride to Puno and Lake Titicaca. Puno is 380 km from Cusco but the journey was broken by stops along the way at churches, ruins, museums and lunch. The landscape was stunning, with snow-capped mountains, farming settlements and herds of alpacas. The farms and settlements are very remote and it is a hard life for the ...

I never thought id appreciate a cold shower

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Sep 08, 2014

4 photos

...Until the water ran out all together... for 2 days... twice this week. IMy hair was so greasy that I considered bathing in the forbidden river... some of us actually did. I guess the pipes in palca are not very good so when it rains a lot ( which omg it has been) the water stops working.. Our Canadian supervisor, Eva, left Palca today because she has to go to Lacombe a week before us and meet the host families.. I have been ...

Leaving Palca in 2 weeks :(

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Aug 30, 2014

3 photos

So much has happened since my last post and I really dont have time to type it all out.. my blog will probably be a lot better once im in Lacombe. Ummm let me see... Mid project was super amazing, we went to the jungle which was only an hour away but ther change in climate was incredible.. it was soo nice not being freezing cold at night and we even went swimming in the pool at 10 pm! ...

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