Peru and the Great Outdoor Adventure travel blog

We had lunch at Crepisimo - lots and lots of different crepes to choose from. When was the last time you had a crepe? I forgot how much I like them. I finally had a chicha morada, a beverage, made from purple corn boiled with cinnamon, cloves and pineapple skins. Delish! The game is on the big TV screen and all during lunch the score was 0-0.

Boo hoo - Argentina lost The World Cup, however, it was fun to be part of the buzz as soccer is so big in Peru. Walking down any street the game is on in every restaurant/bar with people cheering their team forward.

Before dinner, we pack as tomorrow we leave Arequipa headed to Lima for the day.

This is my last writing as we will be traveling - home on Tuesday around noon!


2 weeks

2 B&B's

2 Hotels

1 Lodge

A variety of transportation; Planes, trains, horses, buses, moto-taxis

Countless Inca Ruins

Machu Picchu


Miles and miles of Andes Mountains

Miles of hiking

Friendly people, both locals and tourists

Great food (with the exception of one lunch)

1 great travel partner

4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

City of Cusco

Machu Picchu

Historical Centre of Arequipa

Historical centre of Lima

A fabulous trip and like nothing we have ever experienced before!!!!!

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