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Tomorrow, we'll be leaving for our latest adventure in Peru. Preparations are underway. A new, lightweight computer has been purchased (Microsoft Surface) and all apps have been loaded and checked out. We don't know what our internet connections will be like, but hopefully we'll be able to do some travel updates.
In the meantime, Brooks is in charge of ...
... have move to newer Centres. Oh well, it's time for lunch and we deserve a good one for our efforts. Around the corner we found Tanta...another one! This is the Gaston Acurio restaurant of the same name where we had breakfast yesterday morning. The place was filling up fast but found a table. Lots of great food!!!. Michelle had a ceviche and I opted for the Tacu Tacu and chicha morada . Wow! Ceviche was fantastic as was my dish. Delicious! Oops, we ...
... and beautiful trees, and the greenest grass. The bird flying above us where some of the most colorful birds we had ever laid our eyes on. Lima was gorgeous. The whole ride we were all itching with excitement. The day’s plan was that we were going to slaughter and cook a goat in order to prepare one of Lima’s most traditional dishes: Seco de Cabrito, which is a Peruvian Goat stew. This is a very traditional ( to indicate originality within a culture or ...
... quite worried. The driver ended up calling a company that would tell him where the hostel was and he got me there eventually. He charged me the full 60 soles, an incredibly expensive cab ride as they are normally a fraction of that...I was naive to the Peruvian cab prices and tired and not up to dealing with ********. I settled into PayPurix hostel which was okay, large beds and pretty good shower. That's all I need right ...
... the national drink. Luckily, we sat the the table talking with Dante about Peru in general and hiking the Inca Trail in particular for a long time,so I was able to walk when we started back to the hotel. Sparkled, indeed. : ) We were on our own for dinner that night, so the three of us went out looking for food and ended up back at that cafe, which had an appealing menu. I had Hawaiian pizza, a favorite of mine. Let's just say that Vocelli's has nothing to worry ...