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... for a few weeks,
where he does not eat in order to protect the babies and ...
... thing, so off to the supermarket we go. It's called a Supermaxi so it's quite a large one and easy to get carried away with food supplies in these ones. However we do well to only get the bare essentials, avoiding sugar, chocolate and alcohol (which was a battle haha) and we head back to the riverside lush green grass. We find a spot, put some easy going music on, have some tuna and tomato on crackers (sandwiches for Aaron) and enjoy our surroundings. We see ...
... and although interesting to try, it wasn't the tastiest dish in the world. The crunchy skin was probably the nicest, I wasn't a fan of the liver and kidneys. The guys seemed to enjoy it more and Parkie even tucked into the brains and ears. We took plenty of pictures and some locals found our experience very amusing.
A brief walk to the river and park followed when we found we found an upmarket shopping centre with ...
... so much better.
I met Andrea at 8:15pm and we walked up to her house. It’s really close to my hostel, like a seven minute walk I would guess. Her house is really nice inside. It’s difficult to tell with a lot of these houses because from the outside, all you can see is high fences and sometimes even barbed wire. They are built like little fortresses, so you really just can’t imagine that they ...
the Inca buildings and temple. They have gone to a lot of trouble with the
gardens here growing local food and medicinal plants and there was an aviary
where we saw our first Toucans. Their colours make them look like they are
painted. We then found a nice Austrian café for cake and coffee before
wandering through both the local fruit and meat/fish markets ...