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... Back at the house we made our way to the kitchen (compete with guinea pigs roaming around - they like the warmth of the fire) where we helped remove the kernels from the dried cobs of corn. There are many vegetables that are a staple in the farmers and the Peruvian diet: corn, potatoes, beans, quinoa, the list goes on. Corn comes in many colours and sizes. It's not like North America where everything is mass supplied and probably genetically modified. This is real corn that has ...
... some delicious chocolate with nuts and honey and listened to Ricardo discuss the use and types of different potatoes. Peru has over 3500 different types apparently. He also showed us a plant used to produce the psychedelic medicine - ayahuasca used by the Incas and today where shamans perform ceremonies for cleansing and enlightenment. Mike told us in Paracas he tried it while in the jungle in northern Peru. He experienced a pleasant trip with lots ...
That hike was the most rewarding, yet physically demanding thing I've ever done, and I loved every minute of it! Day 1 was normal for me with a gradual incline, but day 2 challenged me w steps ( 100's of them) that nearly came up to my hips! When we made it up to the peak (14,000 ft), I was so exhilarated! My body nearly shut down on day 3 after the 7th hour (slept ...
... for this (we think of it as cheating), however the track was a gravel road so not the most exciting walk, and it gave us the opportunity to visit a lake in the afternoon. So we hopped onto our ride - a flat bed truck crammed with gringos and Peruvians sleeping on top of our bags and food. A unique experience lets say!! After the journey we began our trek to camp, which was a pleasant easy walk to acclimatise ourselves. Subsequent to settling in camp no. 1 and ...
... and not much else... but as the sun went in the insects came out and were everywhere! the outside loo wasn't very pleasnat to be in with flying bugs all over the walls, crawly things in the sink and who knows what ese on the floor.. and I heard loudly from G that there was a cockroach in the room. I was too tired to care, but poor G was in fits of panic attacks and not happy that Rachel and I spent most of our time laughing at her before falling ...
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