Tits and cars

There, that got you didn’t it! Okay, while I can’t promise anything, I can say that Lake Titicaca offers ample opportunities to have fun.

Nestled in the cleavage of the surrounding rolling hills, Copacabana is a quaint little lake side town offering not much in particular other than trout (yum yum!), smashing sunsets, water sports and a ferry to neighbouring island Isla del Sol. Okay, so there are a couple of Incan ruins up on the adjacent hill, but after filling our belly’s with locally caught rainbow trout (for less than $5 let me tell you), we could do little more than stroll the promenade and watch tourists splash about in giant ducks with peddles (refer to photos for explanation).

The highlight of our trip to Copa was indeed their famous sunset. To get the best vantage point, we had to hike up a hill/mountain (depending on who you talk to) so that we could get views of the whole area. And we weren’t disappointed. Strenuous as the walk was, we were able to crack open two cold beers at the top and settle back for a half hour extravaganza. Yep, life doesn’t get much better. All together now…ahhhhhh.

About bobo on the run

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2 Responses to Tits and cars

  1. nikki staadt says:

    Seriously jet lagged with Tom also restless, keeping me awake since 2am or so!!!!! Matt’s TV too technologically confusing to use, so turned to computer instead. Such a wonderful blog, to see lake titicaca bathed in sunshine and my darling bobo! What a ‘pick me up’ as i imagine myself lazing in a deckchair amidst all that beauty. love mum

  2. Caroline Sanderson says:

    wow Zoe loving you blog and pictures – kinda wish I was there!

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