The bus from Puno to Copacabana was interesting, don't get too comfortable - everybody off so the bus can drive onto a dodgy barge and the passengers line up for tickets on a little ferry with a crazed driver, pile back on, then off again for exiting Peru then walking up the hill (Wayne helped push a cart of tomatoes up) to enter Bolivia, then on the bus again for the last 5 mins to Copacabana.
Bus arrived 11.30, we threw our bags into the big pink hotel and headed straight out to meet our lovely guide who had come over from his home on Isla del a Sol and offered us the choice of a boat that'd seat around 20 or a smaller, faster one. We sped out across the lake somehow jagging our own personal tour (guide, driver, boat) for the same as the others packed onto oats. Beautiful day!
This blog is for family and friends to keep up with our travels (read as: let us brag and let dad know I'm not recklessly endangering his grandchildren) and for those researching their own trip as I know other's experiences were invaluable in my planning.
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