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I made another trip to the Belen market this morning to see what else I could find in its labyrinth of passages and stalls.
I always seem to find something new and interesting on my excursions, but I can never stay far from the inescapable truth that what is a sort of fantasy world for me to be explored like some tropical Disneyland, it …
Had a great day with Nataly and Clara. We've been friends since 2005 and talk every week or two on the internet. They met me at my hotel at noon and then took me a surprisingly nice restaurant in a neighborhood where I wouldn't expect such a place.
We had a great lunch at El Mijero located in the large, but poor eastern neighborhood of …
It' not surprising that, despite almost no sleep last night I wasn't really sleepy. Flying over the expansive green carpet that is the Amazon Rainforest, I became more and more excited as we got closer to landing in Iquitos.
Seeing the Amazon River itself in the distance for the first time is always a bit emotional for me. You can’t …
... with a red pepper. The dish had a real nice kick to it. The meal included three drinks, two entrees & an appetizer for $40 all in. Lima is an amazing city for eating.
We popped into a grocery store very briefly. I think we will go on a purchasing trip tomorrow for our food souvenirs. We found the pisco brand we were ...
... hunting weapon – and asked (read: forced) us to dance with them. Before we left, they hounded us to buy their handmade souvenirs. I don’t like our chances of getting any of it back into the country (although I’ve grown quite fond of my blowgun and piranha jaw necklace) but it was more a means of tipping the tribe for their hospitality.
We also managed to fit in a tour of Belen Market, which is pegged as the largest traditional market ...