“Now we are pilgrims,” joked Will Niceto, my guide, as we joined a cobbled island path that led to the crumbling Inca temple perched on the edge of Lake Titicaca.
Beyond the ruin, the still lake gleamed silver under the snowcaps of the towering Andes mountains.
“There is a strong energy here,” said Will, a little more seriously. “Can you feel it?”
We were walking on the northern tip of Isla del Sol (The Island of the Sun), on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca. At over 12 000 feet above sea level, on the border of Peru and Boliva, Lake Titicaca is the highest large navigable lake in the world.
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