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... So very little meat off it I found. Waiter was asking was it ok as he took it away afterwards as I hadn't eaten the skin. It was difficult to figure out what you could eat from it. Guess you're meant to suck the meat from the bones. Tues 17th Leave 3.30am for Colca Canyon Full day travelling by private transport Travel high over the mountains, 4,800m before descending down into Chivan. From here we pass through Maca and stop off for souvenir stalls, before heading ...
This was Lima's first cemetery, though it was not discovered until 1943. Bones line the narrow hallways, and wishing well-like structures allow you to peek down to the depths of bones and skulls arranged in circular layers
Our mood was thankfully lightened by a visit to the Parque del ...
... is that was the time where I most travel to the mountains so with so much effort I could buy my trekking shoes! They were "Columbia" brand, one of my favorites and actually I think is just what I most know, maybe there are others better but I'm still learning in how to choose them.
Second gear I got, was a present from my cousin, a raincoat! He brought it from Spain, brand “Quechua”, I was so excited in to use it that when I ...
... br> The Lost Playlist
World at Large, Modest Mouse
Life is a Highway, Tom Cochrane
Road to Nowhere, Talking Heads
Like a Rolling Stone, Bobby Dylan
Keep Your Head Up, Ben Howard
Daylight, Matt & Kim
Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix), Two Door Cinema Club
Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second, STRFKR
Midnight City, M83
Waste, Foster the People
Skeletons, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Safe Travels (Don’t ...
... After dinner a few of the crew kicked on for a few more piscos. We decided to call it a night and walked back home, being terrorised by a stray dog who followed us the entire way.
The next morning we went on a walking tour around central Lima finishing up with watching the changing of the guard at the palace. The tour lasted 3-hours and by the end we were starving having skipped breakfast in favour of a sleep in. ...