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Puno, Peru

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Sylvie1 Sylvie1
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Sep 16, 2007
As most of you all know, Puno is most known for it's big lake, Titicacalake. This lake makes the border between Peru and Bolivia. The lake is amazingly beautiful. At the start you see all this reet and large grass sticking out from the water. The water is green and not clean when you are near Puno itself. The first thing we did was stop at a place called 'the flothing islands'. These are islands entirly made out of reets and people love on them. They are almost totally inconnected with Puno itself, but tourists are alow to be there. The islands itself are so beautiful and if you release these people made it with there own hands, it makes it even more beautiful. They got us all dressed up like themselves by clothing us. They do have to survive on tourists too, so it can be easy for them, but they are just the nicest people.
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