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bekaraari said: Peru! I'm likely working in Lima for 3 months but I'd like to visit Cuzco & Machu Picchu from there (perhaps even a road trip to Uyuni in Bolivia).

backpackersguidetoearth:

Anyone have any advice to share about Peru or Bolivia?

Try some of the awesome Peruvian food. Ceviche, Tacu tacu, Lucuma, and many more.

Cola Escosesa, the local soda of Arequipa. It’s like a slightly fruitier Dr. Pepper.

Cola Escosesa, the local soda of Arequipa. It’s like a slightly fruitier Dr. Pepper.

The jugo seccion at San Camillo market. You can try any number of fruits in juice form. Exotic choices include chirimoya, which Mark Twain called the world’s most delicious fruit and tastes like a tangy bubble gum. Or, my favorite, the malty, not-too-sweet Lucuma.

The jugo seccion at San Camillo market. You can try any number of fruits in juice form. Exotic choices include chirimoya, which Mark Twain called the world’s most delicious fruit and tastes like a tangy bubble gum. Or, my favorite, the malty, not-too-sweet Lucuma.

Pastel de papas, rocoto relleno, and ceviche along with some fixins. Rocoto relleno is a stuffed spicy pepper and the best thing from this combo. From San Camillo Market, Arequipa.

Pastel de papas, rocoto relleno, and ceviche along with some fixins. Rocoto relleno is a stuffed spicy pepper and the best thing from this combo. From San Camillo Market, Arequipa.

Vietnamese spring rolls. Definitely fresh and refreshing. The best part is the crunch and zip that the leaves of the herbs provide.

Vietnamese spring rolls. Definitely fresh and refreshing. The best part is the crunch and zip that the leaves of the herbs provide.

I love Peruvian food. That being said, here I present Chuño. One of the worst foods ever. It’s a freeze dried potato. But it tastes kinda skunky.

I love Peruvian food. That being said, here I present Chuño. One of the worst foods ever. It’s a freeze dried potato. But it tastes kinda skunky.

Leche de Tigre from cebillano in Arequipa. It’s the by product of Ceviche making. It’s sour, vinegary, spicy, and a touch fishy. It’s one of the best things about going for ceviche.

Leche de Tigre from cebillano in Arequipa. It’s the by product of Ceviche making. It’s sour, vinegary, spicy, and a touch fishy. It’s one of the best things about going for ceviche.

chapmangamo:

THE SOUNDS OF EATING
Mampf is my new favourite sound. I use it for everything.Eating. Car doors closing. Ghosts. Everything.
twitter shop

chapmangamo:

THE SOUNDS OF EATING

Mampf is my new favourite sound. I use it for everything.
Eating.
Car doors closing.
Ghosts.
Everything.

twitter shop

(via intlmaps)

food52:

Oh sushi. Even when you’re this cute and smiley, we’re still going to eat you.

(Source: slimu)

Lovely quinoa salad with shrimp and with figs, avocado, and mango around it from zigzag in Arequipa.

Lovely quinoa salad with shrimp and with figs, avocado, and mango around it from zigzag in Arequipa.

As promised, a hard-working Khao San road banana pancake maker.  And yes, that really is the music playing on Khao San.

Probably the most famous backpacker food of all time: The Khao San road banana pancake. It has become euphemistic for all that is wrong with the modern tourist’s impact on the world and their limited way of experiencing another culture. But I’ll stick up for this humble pancake and the people who make it. Be sure to check out the next post, which is a video of a hard-working pancake maker on Khao San, Bangkok, Thailand.

Probably the most famous backpacker food of all time: The Khao San road banana pancake. It has become euphemistic for all that is wrong with the modern tourist’s impact on the world and their limited way of experiencing another culture. But I’ll stick up for this humble pancake and the people who make it. Be sure to check out the next post, which is a video of a hard-working pancake maker on Khao San, Bangkok, Thailand.

Ceviche de trucha and chicharron de trucha from Casa de la Trucha (trout) in Arequipa. You don’t have to be on the coast to get awesome fish.

Ceviche de trucha and chicharron de trucha from Casa de la Trucha (trout) in Arequipa. You don’t have to be on the coast to get awesome fish.

1. Order Pho Tai. 2. Squeeze lime into soup and mix. 3. Mix sprouts and leafy greens into soup. 4. Enjoy.

1. Order Pho Tai. 2. Squeeze lime into soup and mix. 3. Mix sprouts and leafy greens into soup. 4. Enjoy.

Stuffed Nawabi bread in Lucknow.

Stuffed Nawabi bread in Lucknow.

bekaraari said: Peru! I'm likely working in Lima for 3 months but I'd like to visit Cuzco & Machu Picchu from there (perhaps even a road trip to Uyuni in Bolivia).

backpackersguidetoearth:

Anyone have any advice to share about Peru or Bolivia?

Try some of the awesome Peruvian food. Ceviche, Tacu tacu, Lucuma, and many more.

Cola Escosesa, the local soda of Arequipa. It’s like a slightly fruitier Dr. Pepper.

Cola Escosesa, the local soda of Arequipa. It’s like a slightly fruitier Dr. Pepper.

The jugo seccion at San Camillo market. You can try any number of fruits in juice form. Exotic choices include chirimoya, which Mark Twain called the world’s most delicious fruit and tastes like a tangy bubble gum. Or, my favorite, the malty, not-too-sweet Lucuma.

The jugo seccion at San Camillo market. You can try any number of fruits in juice form. Exotic choices include chirimoya, which Mark Twain called the world’s most delicious fruit and tastes like a tangy bubble gum. Or, my favorite, the malty, not-too-sweet Lucuma.

Pastel de papas, rocoto relleno, and ceviche along with some fixins. Rocoto relleno is a stuffed spicy pepper and the best thing from this combo. From San Camillo Market, Arequipa.

Pastel de papas, rocoto relleno, and ceviche along with some fixins. Rocoto relleno is a stuffed spicy pepper and the best thing from this combo. From San Camillo Market, Arequipa.

Vietnamese spring rolls. Definitely fresh and refreshing. The best part is the crunch and zip that the leaves of the herbs provide.

Vietnamese spring rolls. Definitely fresh and refreshing. The best part is the crunch and zip that the leaves of the herbs provide.

I love Peruvian food. That being said, here I present Chuño. One of the worst foods ever. It’s a freeze dried potato. But it tastes kinda skunky.

I love Peruvian food. That being said, here I present Chuño. One of the worst foods ever. It’s a freeze dried potato. But it tastes kinda skunky.

Leche de Tigre from cebillano in Arequipa. It’s the by product of Ceviche making. It’s sour, vinegary, spicy, and a touch fishy. It’s one of the best things about going for ceviche.

Leche de Tigre from cebillano in Arequipa. It’s the by product of Ceviche making. It’s sour, vinegary, spicy, and a touch fishy. It’s one of the best things about going for ceviche.

chapmangamo:

THE SOUNDS OF EATING
Mampf is my new favourite sound. I use it for everything.Eating. Car doors closing. Ghosts. Everything.
twitter shop

chapmangamo:

THE SOUNDS OF EATING

Mampf is my new favourite sound. I use it for everything.
Eating.
Car doors closing.
Ghosts.
Everything.

twitter shop

(via intlmaps)

food52:

Oh sushi. Even when you’re this cute and smiley, we’re still going to eat you.

(Source: slimu)

Lovely quinoa salad with shrimp and with figs, avocado, and mango around it from zigzag in Arequipa.

Lovely quinoa salad with shrimp and with figs, avocado, and mango around it from zigzag in Arequipa.

As promised, a hard-working Khao San road banana pancake maker.  And yes, that really is the music playing on Khao San.

Probably the most famous backpacker food of all time: The Khao San road banana pancake. It has become euphemistic for all that is wrong with the modern tourist’s impact on the world and their limited way of experiencing another culture. But I’ll stick up for this humble pancake and the people who make it. Be sure to check out the next post, which is a video of a hard-working pancake maker on Khao San, Bangkok, Thailand.

Probably the most famous backpacker food of all time: The Khao San road banana pancake. It has become euphemistic for all that is wrong with the modern tourist’s impact on the world and their limited way of experiencing another culture. But I’ll stick up for this humble pancake and the people who make it. Be sure to check out the next post, which is a video of a hard-working pancake maker on Khao San, Bangkok, Thailand.

Ceviche de trucha and chicharron de trucha from Casa de la Trucha (trout) in Arequipa. You don’t have to be on the coast to get awesome fish.

Ceviche de trucha and chicharron de trucha from Casa de la Trucha (trout) in Arequipa. You don’t have to be on the coast to get awesome fish.

1. Order Pho Tai. 2. Squeeze lime into soup and mix. 3. Mix sprouts and leafy greens into soup. 4. Enjoy.

1. Order Pho Tai. 2. Squeeze lime into soup and mix. 3. Mix sprouts and leafy greens into soup. 4. Enjoy.

Stuffed Nawabi bread in Lucknow.

Stuffed Nawabi bread in Lucknow.

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