Our last stop in Bolivia was a little town called Copacabana on the banks of lake Titicaca. The main purpose of the visit was a short stay on the biggest island in the lake called Isle Del Sol, accessible from Copacabana.
The lake was absolutely phenomenal in size, from one shore you couldn't even see the other side in most places. The lake (although not the biggest) was one of the highest land locked lakes in the world and in the middle of the Andes mountain range. It was 5.5 times the size of greater London with a 699 mile shore length!
On the island we planned a 4 hour trek from the base we stayed at to the north and then to get a taxi boat back again. Although good views and a decent bit of exercise then trek was hard! We made it to the final taxi boat departure point (and got some good pics on route) in time, but was glad it was over, trekking anywhere in high altitude is unbelievably hard!
After this the swift move across the country continued and we got a bus from Copacabana on the Bolivian side round to Puno on the Peruvian side.
The end of a great time in Bolivia, we've seen so much in a short period of time and both loved the country. Onward bound though and back into Peru where it all began in South America nearly 3 months ago!!