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... consisting of beef, alpaca and duck. I started with asparagus and then had an alpaca steak. We washed it down with pisco sours and a red wine from the Tacama region. Alpaca was very nice and light... I would definitely recommend it. I finished with a Peruvian chocolate mousse, but Greg didn't have a dessert. The restaurant was very nice and the menu had swiss influences as there was several fondues on offer. Ricardo had arranged for us to be cocktail makers at ...
... wrenching 36 hours after we arrived at the Portland
Airport, but nobody cried. We all kept
our mouths shut.
Even though we probably didn’t smell very good, the hotel
greeted us with a cup of coca tea and made reservations for us to have dinner at
a highly regarded local restaurant. We were still careful
to be polite, even though we were barely lucid at this point. All we could think about was a hot shower,
clean clothes, ...
... and statues around the sides, leading to a beautiful alter at the front. Since I still had a bit of time before the free walking tour, I headed to Iglesia de la Compania. We ended up coming back to this church during our walking tour so I learned that it was built by the Jesuits in 1698. Inside there is a painting of the last supper, where Jesus is eating guinea pig, a famous Peruvian dish. On the outside decor, there is also possible indication of the Inca culture with an ...
... it made me excited for solo travelling...! The morning was again, a huge struggle, where all that made me feel good was lying in a hammock. I stayed there for a while and then went to the main square, where we thought we'd go get some lemonade on the rooftop bar again. It was shut so whilst we were pondering what to do, a local lady bundled lambs into our arms. Henni and me loved every second, they were so cute and I couldn't help but kiss one of them ...
... Plaza de Armas. Spending the day exploring the city, we found a little cafe that produces organic chocolate in house, Jo was a very happy girl indeed. Later we ventured to the market, picking up some amazing local fruit and supplies to make dinner back at the hostel with a small group of people we met on Peru Hop. On the roof terrace of our hostel we watched the sun set with beers and fresh guacamole. The avocados in Peru are ...