Comida Tipica, part II

25 12 2009

We will be leaving the last tortillas behind us in just a few short days.  After we leave Ecuador, we will be starting on a phase of our trip with longer distances between towns and much greater climbs in the mountains.  We can no longer expect to find a $2 plate of beans rice and chicken whenever we need.  We will have to return to cooking many more of our own meals.  Yet as long as I can connive my way into an Ecuadorian family and have llapingachos for lunch, I will be happy.  I admit, however, that I don’t hold out much hope for the culinary breadth of the salt deserts of Bolivia.

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