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I was five hours away from coming back to the States when my friend Rodrigo innocently told me that I have one more IMPORTANT thing to do. I knew instantly what he was talking about. It had been something I had been putting off for the past two months while here in Peru. I’ve walked its sandy terrains of the desert.
While exploring Peru, you suddenly feel parched – your throat needs a refreshing, delicious drink! So what will you get? Fortunately for you, there are many great choices of drinks in Peru. It’s not just the wine, beer, and other cocktails. There are also interesting sodas and tasty Peruvian beverages you can enjoy.
This week’s BobbyRica Angel makes Peruvians brim with pride. This cute spunky girl may look ordinary. But once you see her surf, you’d think she’s a goddess! Now, that observation may not be far from the truth considering she’s one of the youngest and most honored female surfers in history.
I have never been a picky eater. Though I usually stick to the basics: meat, fish, chicken, and greens, I often dream of sitting down on a plateful of critters and crawlers. After eagerly devouring barbecued armadillo as a kid one fateful Sunday, I knew I was an adventurous gourmand waiting for the next challenge. My Andrew Zimmernian taste buds may be complex and hardy, but sometimes I get to stuff my face with something that’s close to heaven.« Previous Entries