The Angels Inn Backpackers Peru
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... of of the Peruvian tradition, that when a girl wishes to marry, her mother-in-law insists that she peels a potato, covered in thick purple eyes, in one long strip. If she manages, she has demonstrated that she is ready for marriage. If not, she must try again later in the year. Our next stop was a steaming basket of folded corn leaves parcelled around thick moist batches of deliciously sweet corn bread, crisp and golden on the outside, fluffy and sticky on the inside. We'd ...
... with Juan (Elie's husband). Ruthie arrives soon after and by about 11.45am we are on our way - we are picked up by a Driver known to Elie. Everyone is going to indulge in a few drinks so the safest way is to get someone else to drive....Peru has zero tolerance in terms of drink driving and most people are paranoid about breaking this rule ( I say some, because there are some family members that appear to take this rule a little lighter than others!) We arrived at Hacienda ...
... just where they began. The performance is over, I mused out loud. As late afternoon rolled in, I put away my camera in exhaustion. The streets were still busy, prayers were still being whispered, palm fronds were still being woven. Easter was underway in this beautiful, religious country. We walked within the beating heart of it, waltzing with the colours and sounds and scents and hopes and dreams and expiations of these streets as we headed back to the rooftop ...
... a spot on his head, which he did. A small tuft. He said "yeah I could feel it blowing in the wind". Still makes me chuckle. + we felt so much safer in Lima that quito. +/- we discovered pink berry last night... Good or bad depending how you look at it. Mike said as long as cusco has good sandwiches and pink berry we should be in good shape. :S or bad shape depending on the view. +/- the crazy dreams I'm having. I think it's from the malaria prevention meds. They're ...
... offered me a seat at the table with them. The food court is packed as usual and some of the hallways are lined with travelers catching a nap on the floor before their next flight.
Enough rambling in the middle of the night. Assuming I can get decent internet later, I'll post more when I get to Iquitos and will add some photos, too! (I might even try to post some from my phone from here if I can get internet in other parts of the airport.)