Hostal Madre Tierra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... menu, it cost 4.5 soles each, a quid! On the street again we caught up with the procession ( purely accidental) and could see a fire In the distance. We went to investigate, only to find it was a large fire in the street with banners hanging over. No one was taking any notice, it seemed part of the parade! Health and safety would have had a field day in the UK! To round off we found a rather nice late night bar, and with Pisco Sours, the local cocktail, voted the day one of the best so ...
I had another fairly quiet day today, but that’s good considering my next four days should be pretty intense. I went to Pan-tastico for breakfast today and had the best breakfast since I’ve been in South America. I had eggs, good crispy bacon (!), pineapple juice, italian bread that was sliced and grilled with peanut butter and jam on the side, and pancakes! It was awesome!
I met up with Karin at 10:15am so we could ...
... of the Guinea pig. Not sure what to do with pictures I took. For lunch we were served delicious finger potato soup, lupin over rice and kind of potato lasagne. Guinea pig was served. I found it to be crispy skin, tender meat and very salty. We visited a local pottery place of the artist seminario who has pottery and wall hangings in many museum. Diner was local Peruvian chicken. Tomorrow we got to Machu ...
Here is another overview of ¨subtile differences¨ between the culture I know and have lived and what I'm experiencing here in Perú. Whereas subtile a very relative word is.
- There is no such rule as three meals a day, as I experienced it they eat between 4 and 5 meals a day. Before a meal is served they usually eat a (whole) corn, an avocado sandwich (which are delicious) or fruits. Then comes the salad and the warm meal ...
... called Anna Claudia (Annie). She is also super friendly, help me out with a map, lunch and organising a trip to Machu Piccu.
Pretty lazy afternoon wandering around the city. Come dusk though, crikey it gets cold! I had to get my think socks on, double up on jumpers and jump under two thick doonas just to be not an ice block. Had to get up to shower and eat though.
Worst hostel so ...