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... skinned dressed chickens hanging on racks, meat pieces displayed on benches and dressed guinea pig on trays. I noticed Four live guinea pigs in a netting bag on the floor, running around trying to escape their fate. On Sunday we will go shopping in the markets with our guide for all the food needed on our Cordillera Huayhuash trek.
There is an abundance of street food in Huaraz and we tried white bean salad with red onion and coriander and a ...
... and our trip prolonged for almost 2 hours until they somehow resolved the problem (don't ask me how - but our busdriver helped the process actively).
In Piura we were just glad to be in the hostal and the city itself turned out to be rather dull and quite chaotic. Thus we intended to stay just for the night and get going in the morning. However, all the buses had been booked out for the morning, so we had to catch a bus around noon, getting ...
... up in some of the best discussions I'd had for years. Nevertheless, as I kept moaning to everyone, my Scottish heart was longing for cooler weather and the summit of a hill. Working on the tip I'd been given from the impossibly blonde girl about Huaraz and Laguna Paron, I was sending a huge number of emails trying to organise something at woefully short notice. And then one evening, hammering away at my iPad in a dark corridor with bad wifi, everything came together. The very next day ...
... to the family and headed back to the hotel to watch Monday Night Football. I wish I had stayed out. This was the worst game I’ve seen the Patriots play in about ten years. We got hammered 41-14 in Kansas City, so it was hardly worth coming home for. Oh well, there’s always next week. I’m off to bed now because I have a 5am wake up to go hiking to Laguna 69. Hopefully the altitude doesn’t affect me too badly ...
... extra for an English guide we went around this new but not very
large museum with her on our own and saw many of the stone artefacts from the
site. We then stopped for lunch and then had 2 hours being guided around the
site. This was another surprise because of the age of the site, how large it
was and its intricacy. The highlights were the complex underground drainage
system and the underground accommodation and storage area that is now lit up
and you can wander ...