The Great Lake Titicaca Origami Lesson April 3rd 2007 The reason most travellers (and tourists) come to Puno is to experience the wonders of Lake Titicaca, the highest lake in the world. Our tour began at 6.40am with neither of us having had a shower in the hostel because the hot water had inconveniently been switched off! We drove down to the little harbour and boarded a 25-seater boat before slowly sailing away along the reeded and mirrored surfac ... read more
South America » Peru » Puno » Lake Titicaca Ancient Peru was the seat of several prominent Andean civilizations, most notably that of the Incas whose empire was captured by the Spanish conquistadors in 1533. Peruvian independence was declared in 1821, and remaining Spanish forces defeated in 1... ... read more
Hello! Welcome to Jude and Glynn's travel blog. We're a pair of newlyweds freshly back from a wonderful year spent traversing the globe and about to embark on our newest adventure - emigrating to New Zealand!
About us: Glynn's 34, a Batman fanatic and graphic novel afficionado, a Warehouse Supervisor when he has to be and a general all-round nice guy. Jude is 33, a hardened gig and festival goer, a Lecturer dabbling in IT, Literacy and German and a general all-round nice girl.
We met in 2004 over the internet and were married in Feb 2006. We've so far been to Japan, Hong Kong, China, V... full info