Traveled on Lake Titicaca (the highest navigable lake in the world at 12,500 ft.) via sea kayak for a homestay on Tequile Island with a local family. We had an unbelievable view of the lake, took a walk up to the temple (at 13,500 ft.), enjoyed local dishes with Alejandro’s family (a local authority on the island), learned about textiles and weaving, donned traditional clothing, and so much more. What an experience. By the end of the stay, Alejandro invited us, as family, to come and live with them in the future and for Tom to practice as a doctor on the island…and they said next time we come, I shall bring my babies. Not are about the latter, but this place has definitely been cemented in our minds for future adventures.

Traveled on Lake Titicaca (the highest navigable lake in the world at 12,500 ft.) via sea kayak for a homestay on Tequile Island with a local family. We had an unbelievable view of the lake, took a walk up to the temple (at 13,500 ft.), enjoyed local dishes with Alejandro’s family (a local authority on the island), learned about textiles and weaving, donned traditional clothing, and so much more. What an experience. By the end of the stay, Alejandro invited us, as family, to come and live with them in the future and for Tom to practice as a doctor on the island…and they said next time we come, I shall bring my babies. Not are about the latter, but this place has definitely been cemented in our minds for future adventures.

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