After finishing with Machhu Picchu and Aquas Calientes, we returned back to Pisac, Cuzco and then Arequipa. We bought some more alpaca wool tourist items, saw a few museums we missed, and had some few remaining Peruvian food dishes. Jason ate some guinea pig in Pisac (tastes like dark meat from a turkey).
There’s a good beer here called Cusqueña malta, that is really dark and has a good flavor, which is a nice change compared to the usual light beers they have down here. In Arequipa we had breakfast and dinner at a nice balcony restuarant overlooking the main plaza as we laid out plans for moving on to Chile. We had some more excellent Peruvian soups and a stuffed pepper (rocoto rellano). Now we´ll say goodbye to Peru (with all the great food, awesome ruins and mountains) and head for Chile.