Monday, November 30, 2009

Lago Titicaca - Peru


Lago Titicaca is, at an altitude of 3856 metres, the world's highest navigable lake. The lake is so big that it appears to be an inland sea. It is situated in the southern Andes region, also called Altiplano.

* Can't see any 'lake' in the postcard except the furry white animal, sort alike camel.

4 comments:

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

I have not been to S. America but learned about it in Geography. Would those animals been llamas?

Shaunna said...

probably llamas or alpacas. :)

Lay Hoon aka mescrap said...

Thank you ...
Now I know there are animals called Ilamas / alpacas.

postcrossingandotherthingsilike said...

awwww so cute!