On our way to the lake Titicaca we saw by random a local festival as the road was blocked due to the people.
They were all dressed colorful and invited us for local drinks filled in funny animal glasses. Later we found a great place to camp overlooking the lake, where we saw a nice sunrise next morning. To reach Peru we had to cross the lake with a special ferry. The ferries were just some wooden boats with a small engine. They fit for 3 cars or one bus, and we shared ours with the car of two nuns.
Peru waited for us with some 4500 passes and beautiful lakes.
Our first aim in the new country was Arequipa, we liked the city from the first time we saw it. Arequipa was so nice and clean and all buildings looked like that they belong together. After many ugly cities it reminds us a little like Italy.
Driving through South Peru, means driving through the desert. After changing a flat wheel and buying a new one, we reached our next campground, which was close to our first Inca Ruins and directly at the beach.