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... as it would go. Sophie lost cash, cards and jewellery, and I lost my phone and all my photos from Australia and Peru (which I hadn’t yet backed up). Such a shame. That evening we, rightly, treated ourselves to steak and beer/sangria. Luckily, Sophie has her spare STA card with a few hundred quid on it, because the muggers stole her purse and I was skint anyway.
I type this at about lunchtime somewhere over South America, as we sit on the first leg of our long journey home which stops in Sao Paulo in Brazil in about 4 hours’ ...
... of Peru which is similar to Grapa and is usually served as Pisco Sour) - thank you very much for this wonderful meal!!! With our bellys full, it was already time to pack our things and hop on the next bus that would take us to Ica.
So far from the capital of Peru and see you soon with some news from the southern part of Peru.
Cheers David & Torbs
... after only a few mouthfuls of this very heavy (but yummy) food, I give up and raise the white flag and say no more! I have reached my peak and from this moment on I developed one of the worst cases of indigestion ever!! Everyone rallied around me with suggestions of how to deal with my uncomfortable feeling. Everything from herbal teas to all sorts of pills and numerous shots of Pisco are suggested...finally someone found a pill in their pocket...a little red ...
... family online that has a local farm with animals that they slaughter for food. We had previously communicated with them and they invited us to spend the day at their farm and do some things that they do on a regular basis for food. The weather there is extremely humid, its a very tropical wet feel. As we rode for 25 minutes in our cab, with the air conditioning blasting, the landscape we drove past was absolutely stunning. Everywhere you looked there was ...
... and dance one or two more times. It was a bit uncomfortable but worse things have happened.
From Chiclayo it was 3 hours to Trujillo, Peru and we continued that same day.
Trujillo was a nice place as well. When we arrived we first sought out a hostel because Couchsurfing is a bit more difficult in these smaller cities. Nos quedamos (We stayed) at the Chan Chan Inn. Chan Chan is the name of some ruins near Trujillo. We'll get there...