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A Travel Blog by jochky
... 3. Argentina patagonia, mountains, wildlife, sailing, glaciers and chocolate 4. Bolivian jungle monkeys, inside San Pedro Prison, lake titicaca 5. Peru inca ruins, amazon jungle river, sand dunes, bird poo island contact us if you would like ...
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A Travel Blog entry by lynsey_and_john from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
... so took a walk through there. When we came out of the trees, we were rewarded with great views of the Isla del Luna, 'moon island' and all out towards lake Titicaca. After that we decided we needed to get back to the bottom of the island to book our boat ...
A Travel Blog entry by aksj_gortw from Isla del Sol, Puno Region, Peru
... amazing! You could see out to the Island of the moon (Isla del lunar we think) and the beautiful sandy coastline of Isla del sol. We also bumped into the three Belgian lads that Alan met hiking Colca canyon and they invited us to their hostel for drinks ...
A Travel Blog entry by crampo7 from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
Isla del Sol is set on the stunning Lake Titicaca, just on the border between Peru and Bolivia. We took a boat across to the island first thing in the morning, taking just over two hours to get there. We then walked across the Island from North to South, ...
A Travel Blog entry by helen-and-matt from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
A Travel Blog entry by shaneandsam from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
Took a boat out into the centre of Lake Titicaca to an island the Incas believe to be their civilization's birthplace. Trekked around the island and saw some temple ruins and a ritual sacrificial ...
A Travel Blog entry by chiapoe from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
May 23-26, 2009: Copacabana and Isla del Sol, Lago Titicaca and La Paz, Bolivia Titicaca, El Lago Sagrado After nearly two months away from any reasonable-sized body of water, it was time for us to visit Lago Titicaca. Titicaca is a mammoth ...
A Travel Blog entry by telle from Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
Today we took a boat to an Island on Lake Titicaca called Isla del Sol meaning Island of the Sun. The island was originally inhabited by Incas who had used it to farm and live on. We photographed some locals and purchased handicrafts. This was our fist ...
A Travel Blog entry by rb-travelblog from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
Isla del Sol (Island of the sun / legendary Inca creation site and birth place of the Sun in Inca mythology) The Ferry accross totally feels like being on the ocean again as lake Titicaca is massive, water is clear and you are surrounded by ...
A Travel Blog entry by gurcanelbek from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
... boat. HINT: I left my luggages at Copacabana in my Hotel. I just took my very small backpack for two days travel to Isla del Sol. I strongly recommend not to carry a lot during this trip (and during all your travels). Anyway, Isla del Sol was very nice ...
A Travel Blog entry by idarich from Copacabana and Isla del Sol, Bolivia
... the altitude - and the contrast between the subtle greens and reds of the land and the startling blue of the lake was truly breath-taking. Isla del Sol is quite a hilly island, and its slopes are covered in cultivated terraces that date from Inca ...
A Travel Blog entry by jefe from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
... get any pictures of the gorgeous sunset over the Lake, but we knew we’d get another chance the next day from Isla del Sol. We had delicious, garlicky cheese fondue for dinner at the hotel restaurant. mmm...mmm...good. The next morning we jumped ...
A Travel Blog entry by phil-marie2010 from Isla del Sol, Bolivia
The next morning we took a boat trip to Isla Del Sol in the middle of Lake Titicaca. Isla Del Sol, the Island of the Sun is the legendary Inca creation site and is the birthplace of the sun in Inca mythology. It was here that the bearded white god ...
A Travel Blog entry by lennyandcat from Copacobana and Isla del Sol, Bolivia
... the sun at this location. I´m sure it wasn´t easy but he managed it none the less! North of Isla del Sol, 8 meters below the surface, there's a sunken city. It wasn't discovered until 1992 and they are still excavating it. Atlantis ...
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Lago Titicaca, Isla del Sol, Bolivia
The ecolodge "La Estancia", located in the southern part of the Island of the Sun in Lake Titicaca, was built with the idea of combining modern comfort with the traditional architectural style of the area, respecting its harmony with the natural ...Traveler Rating
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