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... ground dark! The only thing that lets you know you are alive is the screaming! Then, you are at a rock concert....because every person turns on their cell phone flashlights. The only thing missing is the lighter effect.
I grabbed my little goats and herded them straight out of there, following the flashlights to the one little glimpse of light that led to the upper level of heaven....or the upper ground. Thank you Dios, for ...
... 8217;t wait to cook it at home.
The experience finished with a Pisco Sour (Peru’s national cocktail) making course. We tried the spirit, Pisco, straight and then learnt to combine it with egg white, sugar syrup and lime juice to make the famous cocktail. We left very full and a bit tipsy, vowing to cook everything we’d learnt for everyone back home.
Tuesday 28th January - Day 126
... nice meat. The duck which I was looking forward to was far from great, but overall the meal was top 3 I've eaten since leaving the western world.
We booked a bus tour for tomorrow to go to Colca canyon like the rest of the backpackers, but my limited time before I fly to Canada meant we only had 1 day if I wanted to fit in Macchu Pichu and the Bolivian salt flats before leaving. Our 3am wake up meant that it was another early night after saying bye to some of the crew for ...
... their smart suits then come various troops of dancing girls and boys. All are having a really great time. What the musicians accompanying them lack in musical ability, they make up for in unbridled enthusiasm! This is what Arequipa is all about!
The area we are staying, on the border of Cayma and Yanahuara is a really buzzing area with lots of shops, markets, restaurants and street stalls. Yanahuara particularly has some great little streets and alleys to explore as well as ...
... fun trying to negotiate a good price for a seat to watch the parade. The first location agreed 20 soles each for 16 of us and rapidly upped his price to 30 as soon as we sat down. We politely (or not so politely in some cases) excused ourselves and found a seat not so far away for 15. Perfect. The very first act that came marching down the street not playing any form of traditional Peruvian music but instead playing a drum and trumpet based version ...