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Americans and Urban Slacklining

Fresh papaya. Breakfast. (Goal: eat as much fresh tropical fruit as possible while here.) Into town, for the delicious cafe con leche (my south american vice). Unfortunately, while sipping away staring into the depths of the Cordillera Blanca from the … Continue reading

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The Three Types of Honking

Today as we headed into town, Gary explained the three types of honking to me. (As I mentioned a few days ago, honking is THE thing aqui.) It’s pretty much as normal as wind blowing through trees. The Three Types … Continue reading

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Up the Hill with Pishtaco

Friends are good people. This morning I met up with a friend of a friend in the Plaza de Armas. Gary, (who lives here in Huaraz with his family) and I have been in contact for the past week or … Continue reading

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Bienvenidos a Huaraz

The bus ride was not my worst, nor my best. All in all, it kept up appearances. Getting into my seat was hilarious. I climbed aboard and up to the upper level and scouted my seat, #7. A window seat…. … Continue reading

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Lima

Lima, Lima, Lima. I spent the day with Patsy, Karyme’s mother. We chatted for a while and then headed a few blocks to the market. We don’t have markets like these in the states, but I think they are genius … Continue reading

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