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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Copacabana, Boliva

Looking from the island of Comunidad Yumani towards Copacabana

 After staying a night at Puno, Peru, we crossed the border into Bolivia and a ten minute drive in the country with the Bolivian Hop bus, we arrived in Copacabana on the shores of Lake Titicaca for the day. An hours boat trip to the island of Comunidad Yumani only gave us a few hours to walk the west side before returning. From the top we had stunning views all around and only wished we could of stayed for the night on the island. We had to get back if we wanted to catch the ten hour drive to La Paz.


Looking from the island of Comunidad Yumani

Peruvian Sierra-Finch

Mourning Sierra-Finch

Plain-coloured Seedeater

Family of Titicaca Grebe

Red-backed Hawk

A record shot of a 1st winter Laughing Gull. On the whole trip while in Peru and Bolivia I have only seen Andean Gull. I have no idea how common Laughing Gull is inland Bolivia

After many live appearances throughout 2004 and 2005, culminating with a performance at the Glastonbury Festival, Mason took time off and returned to his family's home on Martha's Vineyard. He began writing new songs and put a band together, featuring Nina Violet on viola and backing vocals, and Zak Borden on mandolin. In early 2006, they began touring the U.S. and Europe, along with other musicians. He supported Beth OrtonDeath Cab For CutieRadioheadKT Tunstall and Sondre Lerche.

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