After our time in Puno we caught a bus to Copacabana in Bolivia to see another side of Lake Titicaca. Instantly we liked it more here. The town was a lot smaller, and while it still wasn’t the prettiest architecturally, aside …
We really enjoyed Peru, although very well trodden at times, we felt we saw enough of the local side of the country through our volunteering, and also plenty of sights with Machu Picchu and the ruins of Trujillo.
The largest lake in South America and apparently the highest body of water in the world, Lake Titicaca is unique. We saw two sides of it from both Peru and Bolivia.
Towards the end of our stay in Peru we finally got to visit one of the most famous sights on earth – Machu Picchu. It didn’t disappoint.
The journey into Lima was breathtaking. Hugging the road cut impossibly into sandy cliffs, we were afforded with an unbelievable view.