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After the stunning and unforgettable views and days around Lake Titicaca in the Bolivian side we entered into Peru, another awaited country. Personally I did not appreciate the shores of Lake Titicaca in Peru as much as I did in Bolivia, partly due to fish farming and partly due to more intense agricultural activities going on around this coastline. After Bolivia, Peru also seemed a little bit too touristy to me, especially around Puno and inevitably around Cuzco.
Oh by the way, I have to confess I have done none of those real touristic highlights such as seeing the Floating Islands in Puno or climbing to Macchu Pichhu in Cusco. So that would not be fair of me gabbing on them! Let`s leave this to our keen cyclists whom I am sure have a few words to say about their great experiences there.
The rest days are worth of gold to me and I tend just to relax and really rest in these times of constant movement. Thus I end up mostly chilling out with my beloved husband and walking around to explore that is not invaded by masses of gringos (if there is anything still left!) and not to forget lots of eating…I guess this break is going to be the same except the husband part. I am settled in a tranquil and great place for a few days which will hopefully give me the chance to
recuperate till I meet the group back again in Nazca.
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