La Aldea del Inca
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... it can keep its secrecy. I head towards two traditional boats, the kind made of reeds. It's private property. A hut sits a hundred meters in front of the boats behind a gate blocking me from going further for fear of invading someone's place. I sit and stare at the lake and after time tom joins me and later Steve. The three of us sit for a time. What a place. The walk back up to the hostel kills us then we have dinner. Crumbed trout with rice and potatoes and vegetables. ...
... definitely a bad vibe. Had a great dinner. Tension between Steve and tom is what I put it down to. This may seem childish but bear with me I want to get it out. Before dinner sim said something and no one answered and in the lingering silence he says 'that was a question'. I'm pretty sure I answer his questions. To prove some kind of point he doesn't respond to anything I say from then on. I do hate this group. Weird **** goes on. So we are walking and ...
... outfits)", was due to re open that day. I was really keen to do it. Especially, while I was still drunk & coked up. Sam&Nat just wanted to get on the first bus, so I agreed that they leave, and I will meet them in Copacabana. I raced up the street to the urban rush building, puffing heavy as the altitude was a killer. I arrive at the hotel, to find that it still is under construction. What a ****!!! We had called a few days before, and were ...
... of the Fiesta de La Virgin and it’s mental, more fireworks, more people, more food, more booze we are pretty happy it’s time to leave as we have seen everything here and it’s becoming mental and there are still 5 days of the festival left. We spent the evening relaxing and eating more great street food. Tomorrow it’s La Paz (The unofficial capital).
Strangely one of the lads I'd been out with the night before had the exact same idea and we travelled up to Lake Titicaca together. We arrived at 6pm and having now been up for c.40hours, we found some amazing Mexican food and were in bed before 10. Up early next day, we went to book our trip to Isla del Sol, an island on the lake where the Incas believed the sun originated. The boat left at 1.30 and an hour and a half of horrendous petrol smell and particularly slow movement ...