The Floating Islands of Los Uros, Lake Titicaca

The Floating Islands of Los Uros, Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca at 3,810 metres, is the highest navigatable lake in the world, one of the most fascinating things about Lake Titicaca are the Uros, the pre-Incan people that live on 42 mad made floating islands 5 km from the the port of Puno. Uros ladies in traditional...
Inca Trail Rainbow, Friday Photo

Inca Trail Rainbow, Friday Photo

When we did the inca trail a few years ago the weather wasn’t exactly on our size, it rained alot, and there was a lot of cloud meaning we didnt get the famous view of Machu Pichu from the sun gate. It did however mean all along the Inca trail we had a mystical...
Leaving Puno by Train – Friday Photos

Leaving Puno by Train – Friday Photos

If you leaving Puno and Lake Titicaca  and heading fo Cusco make sure you get the train, probably my highlight of the journey is the very first bit. The train sets off straight through the city, no fences here, in-fact there’s a market either side of the railway...
The Yavari Project, Lake Titicaca

The Yavari Project, Lake Titicaca

The Yavari is a British ship with an incredible story. Currently docked on the worlds highest navigatable lake, Lake Titicaca in Peru, how it came to be there is an impressive story. It was delivered in pieces, by mule to the Lake over 2 miles (3,810metres.) above sea...