Monday, 28 September 2015

Inca Trail with Alpaca Expeditions (Day 3) - Peru

Another bright and early morning, the green food tent (green for Alpaca!) tinted the photos:
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Bread - Peruvians really like bread for breakfast
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Fried Yuca
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Omelettes! So yummy!
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Bananas

Then we were off on our hike through the Cloud Forest! 
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We stopped for a lunch break and had some delicious food again.
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One of the things that really made my experience with Alpaca exceptional was their attention to all the tiny details! Like the folded napkin above, they really put all their effort into making our hiking & camping experience easier. Given we also paid a little more for the Alpaca experience over other tour companies, they still made it feel like a luxurious "glamping" hike.

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Ceviche - no fish in this ceviche, but it had that perfect spicy element to it and that fresh tangy and sour taste associated with ceviche.

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Noodle soup!

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Fried Rice
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Quinoa! The super grain that Peru is so famous for!
Yum - apparently quinoa for local Peruvians is really expensive since Peru makes so much more money exporting it.

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Cabbage slaw
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Fresh cucumber and tomatoes
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Squash
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Really delicious fried chicken with sauce - so good!

Then more hiking and llamas
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And we came back to camp and were surprised by CAKE! I can't believe they baked a cake for us on a mountainside!!!
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Our chef Leonardo with his cake!
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So good! And it tasted great too!

Our actual dinner:
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Garlic bread
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Beef sauce to go along with the spaghetti
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Stuffed Peppers
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Stir Fried Veggies

Food was amazing (as usual)!

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