The Blue Planet For The Home Sweet Homers


On the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca, the Isla Del Sol (Island of the Sun) and the Isla De La Luna (Island of the Moon) are the most known islands of the lake. The Isla Del Sol, in Inca mythology, is the birthplace of the sun. The bearded white God Viracocha and the first Inca Manco Copac, and his sister-wife, Mama Huaca made their first appearance here. We decided to visit the… Read More

Set at 3 820m, the Lake Titicaca is 270km long and 97km wide. Enfolded by Peru and Bolivia, it is known for being one of the highest lakes in the world. Lake Titicaca is a remainder of an ancient inland sea, called “Lago Bollivian”. Thanks to the snowy tops of the Cordillera Real that lay in the background, the Lake provides a magical feeling! Coming from La Paz, to reach Copacabana, the… Read More