La Aldea del Inca

C/ San Antonio 2, zona Colquepata, Copacabana, 0000, Bolivia | Inn
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Contrary to what the guide books say...

A travel blog entry by hansieryder


We had breakfast about 7.45am as our boat to the island was at half past eight. There were eggs, fruit, bread, pink yogurt and ubiquitous dry biscuits which we of course avoided. The boat to Isla del Sol took about an hour and a half. we decided to start in the north of the island, because the guide book said there were some impressive Inca ruins …

Enormous lake, gorgeous little town

A travel blog entry by hansieryder


Breakfast at Casa Verde was the best we have had yet. Fresh melon, peach yogurt as opposed to the pink stuff, freshly squeezed orange juice, nice bread for toasting, real butter, and eggs and bacon. It was divine. We went to the airport for our final Amaszonas flight, which of course had changed time but they again had not bothered to notify us. We …

Lake Titicaca Via Copacabana

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves


... to bring all the food and water to the women’s village but all of them had been castrated. The Inca people had to know these women were virgins when they returned to the village. The royal men would select the ones they wanted, and the others were set up for sacrifice. Yes, they truly did sacrifice people. They did this to appease the gods for great crops and fertility. Carlos said this place started in the ...

Sunsets at the lake

A travel blog entry by svaneflight


... a swan, which we thought was fitting for our family, and ventured out on the lake. Unfortunately the thing was impossible to steer so we soon gave it up and the girls opted instead to go into a giant inflated pipe which was pulled across the lake by a boat. I did not have the courage for this so I took a break instead. In the afternoon we climbed the giant hill behind the city and was rewarded with the most beautiful sunset. Coming down from the hill ...

Lake Titicaca!

A travel blog entry by jdtrip


... a great view of the lake, looking back across to Peru, as we sat there and chatted in the surprisingly scorching sun. Soon storm clouds gathered on the horizon, the sun went down, the temperature plummeted and the storm front suddenly sped towards us with fork lightning providing a great light show. Within an hour we went from being burnt to running for shelter as the heavens opened and the thunder claps rattled across the sky. ...

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This inn, located on C/ San Antonio 2, zona Colquepata, Copacabana, is near Salar de Uyuni, Laguna Verde, and Avaroa National Reserve.
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