|We are on our way to Copacabana. We had to cross Lake Titikaka|
here. We got on this boat. Helen Kennedy is the first to get on.
|These are women from Copacabana. We climbed these stairs|
up a mountain at Copacabana.
|This is a view of Copacabana.|
|When you climb the mountain along the way people pick up|
rocks representing the size of their sins. They place them along
the way at crosses. President Crayk found a rock just the right
size for him.
|We visited The Sun Island where the Chikana Ruins are.|
These are cleansing chambers we are standing in.
|We traveled to Sun Island on this boat. The Lake was|
very rough that morning. Not everyone in the group
made it there before they lost their breakfast.
|The first place we visited was the Urus Islands. They are|
completely made from reeds. They float out in Lake Titikaka.
There was 70 of these small islands.
|This is a house on the island. About 6 to 7 families live on one island.|
Their house are made of reeds and have one room. They use
generators for electricity.
|Another view of the island. When you walked on the island|
it was like walking on a sponge.
|Lloyd made friends with these children. We took them a small|
gift of some pencils.
|They travel from island to island on these boats and they|
also have some small wooden boats.
|The next island we visited was Amantani Island.|
Their homes were neat and only a few dog and no garbage
on this well cared for island.
|That night a few men played some music and we danced with|
some other tourists and native people. Here Luis our guide is
having a good time dancing with a native woman.
|We stayed at the Kantuta Lodge. It was not fancy. This is our|
room. No towels or shampoo here and also no toilet seats
on the toilets. ???
|The woman on this Island wore black heavy cloths over their heads.|
They were beautifully embroidered.