Copacabana Travel Blog

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Our time in Peru had come to an end as we headed to the town of Copacabana on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca.

We got a morning bus that first took us to the border where we did the crossing without a hitch. On the other side we jumped back on the bus which took us further around to a ferry crossing. At that point we all got off the bus and on to a boat that sped us across a section of the lake which the bus went across on its own ferry, which looked quite funny. From the other side we drove off to Copacabana and arrived around midday.

Copacabana looks like it would be a cool place to visit during busy times but unfortunately when we went it was very quiet, to the point that the beach front almost looked abandoned. We got lunch but mostly hung out at the hotel for the afternoon. For dinner we went to a very nice restaurant that took the prize as the highlight of our Copacabana escapade. The next morning we found another cafe where Liz and myself accidentally ordered coffees with rum, much to our surprise when we took our first drink. In the afternoon we got the bus to the Bolivian capital La Paz.
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