on the way to Sillustani (at Sillustani Tombs)
hi (at Isla Taquile en el Lago Titikaka)
I’M GONNA HUG IT (at Lake Titikaka, Peru)
a 3-star boat for a 5-star view! 👏 (at Lake Titikaka, Peru)
the floating islands of Lake Titikaka, Uros! (they’re made of weeds!) 🌾 (at Lago Titicaca - Isla de los Uros)
my bed on Amantaní island—you would not believe how beautiful the sky was last night! 🙀 (at Isla Amantani, Lago Titicaca, Perú)
ride tallbikes and worship satan.
🌞 (at Isla Del Sol, Bolivia)
it’s the perfect size 👍 (at Copacabana)
no nail clippers? it’s okay, she has teeth! 😬 #coolenpuno? (at Hostal Tayka)
👣 (at Puno, Peru)
Glaucus atlanticus, the blue dragon (also called sea swallow and blue angel), is a species of small-sized blue sea slug. This tiny animal spends its life floating upside-down on the surface of the Pacific, Atlantic, or Indian Ocean thanks to an air bubble which it swallows and keeps inside its belly, going wherever the currents and the wind take it.
This cute-looking creature is actually an aggressive predator that feeds on organisms much larger than itself, including the most venomous ones. It also can give you a poison sting when picking one up barehanded.
blue skies on the bus ride ⛅️ (at Lake Titikaka, Peru)