Photographed on Isla del Sol in Lake Titicaca.
About Andreas Moser
Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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A reed boat?
I will post photos of these beautiful and comfy boats soon.
Most tourists only spend one day on Isla del Sol, walking from the north to the south on the main path. I was lucky to have decided to spend 4 days there, so I could explore almost every coast and bay of the island. On that day, I only saw some peasants and a shepherd.
This is also the bay used for the cowboy movie.
Looks fabulous. That’s the way to explore a place, slowly and with no rush. Good for you.
I can imagine the following conversation taking place:
Boat owner: “Sorry, senor. The boat has a hole in. We need to repair it but we don’t have sufficient material. Need to wait.”
AM: “How long?”
BO: “Until next harvest season”
AM: “Excellent. I can wait.”
There are worse places to wait, at least if you have enough books with you.