It is odd to arrive at an international port that is over 3,860 metres high. But that is how high Puno is located. This small town has an odd mixture of international port, tourist centre and Andean meeting place. Being the only easy way to access Lake Titicaca on the Peruvian side the town attracts many tourists.
From the Puno Travel Guide
I want to first start this review out by saying I am a bit biased when it comes to anything in Puno--I really didn't like the city. However, Camino Real was a lovely place to stay. Staff were friendly and helpful, our rooms were cleaned daily, and hot water was always available. ... more
we was robbed!! - in Puno
yes it happened at last, after 2 months of travelling sámerica the b$"·&%%&$s finally got us! So basically we were a)wondering if anyone in Puno has seen our stuff, luckily the only thing of value ...
Peru: Arequipa or Puno?
Perhaps do the Colca Canyon as opposed to Puno... and then what you can do is stop off in Copacabana enroute to La Paz. I have done both Puno side of Lake Titicaca and Copacabana (Bolivia side of Lake Titicaca) and I am a little biased because I much do prefer Copacabana to Puno. It is a lot less ...
Je m'essaie de poster malgré l'internet yoyo! Hier soir, on est allés manger au Los Balcones de Puno. Souper spectacle. On a pu y déguster du bon Steak d'alpaca, d'la bouffe pratiquement ...
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