Go, go, go! It´s gorgeous!
Well, it is. Isla del Sol ("Island of the Sun") is the largest island in the Bolivian part of Lake Titicaca. Leave the overpriced, dirty zoo that is the Peruvian side and come to this cheap, clean haven of tranquility.
Supposedly, the island is where the founders of the Inca dynasty, Manco Capac and his sister (strong start!), sprang from. There’s a stone to mark the spot and a low-quality Inca ruin in the south. Both are a waste of time and money.
The main things to enjoy about Isla del Sol are the scenery and serenity. I watched the sun go down over the edge of the island sitting on a hill, and the only things I could hear were a goat bleating...Read More