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, Copacabana

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... went to bed early, again. After a quiet night and a full night sleep we were ready to take on Isla Del Sol. The plan was to catch the boat at 8:30am to the north side of the island, check out the inca ruins there and then walk to the south side of the island to catch the boat back. After breakfast and the taking of some more rolls for lunch we set off to catch the boat from the dock. The dock was a wobbly mess of wooden planks that moved every time you stepped on them. On ...

Copacabana, Lake Titticaca and Isla del Sol

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... busses out of town. We left around sunset and planned to get a pic or two until we found a guy on the curb throwing up. He was the guy Chris sat next to on the bus. We stopped to see if he was ok and found out he had food poisoning from the death road bike buffet. We helped him to his hotel but missed the sunset, oh well. We found our information and had a little explore before dinner. At dinner Lauren had the trout which Copacabana is now famous for, but the best thing ...

Peru, Peru, Peru!!

A travel blog entry by alex1989cullen


... in cusco and sacrifice a lama! They then take the lamas heart, pass it around and drink the lamas blood!! We didn't take part for obvious health and safety reasons! During the festival, Podge, one of our Dublin mates went to take a picture of the lama! Next thing we know, there is a lama with a pick axe attached running frantically through the crowd! The pick axe was barely missing peoples heads!! It was a surreal minute or two and thankfully ...

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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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