Lowered some custys into a crevasse yesterday! It can be really hard for new climbers to do this, because the ice down there gets very little sun exposure, so it is much harder, thus your tools don't go in as far and you need solid technique. They rocked it!! 😎#leave4wallsbehind#foxglacierguidingnz
🇧🇷Continuando por Lunahuaná, falemos um pouquinho da culinária. Apesar de pequeno, o vilarejo tem diversos restaurantes (lugarzinho turístico, né?!), e eles oferecem uma diversidade de pratos locais e nacionais, como o Frango com Pisco e o Porquinho da Índia (Falarei desse prato ‘exótico’ em alguma próxima postagem). Porém... o forte mesmo do lugar são os peixes e camarões de água doce, naturais do rio Cañete. Vale muito a pena experimentar, porque são saborosos demais da conta!
Me desculpem pelas fotos, mas só lembrei de fotografar o prato de camarão quando já estava no fim 😂😂😂
O prato intacto da outra foto é um peixe assado com Tacu-Tacu (um prato bem tradicional da culinária crioula. Uma mistura de arroz com ‘restos’, tipo feijão e ervilhas. Depois que tudo isso vira uma massa, eles fritam, pra deixar a parte externa crocante, e servem. É um trem bem gostoso 🙂 )
🇬🇧Still on Lunahuaná, now with some tidbits about food. In spite of its size, the village has lots of restaurants (a touristic place, after all, right?!) offering a great variety of local and national dishes, such as Chicken with Pisco and the Guinea Pig (More on this 'exotic' one on future posts). However, fishes and Giant Prawns are still their specialty. The Giant Prawns come from the Cañete River, and they're reeeally worth trying, cause are unbelievably tasty!
I’m sorry for the pics, but I've just thought about taking them when I was almost done 😂😂😂
The other dish is a roasted fish with Tacu-Tacu (A very traditional dish from the creole cuisine. It's mix of rice and and leftovers like beans or peas, for example. Once it's become 'pasta-like', it's fried so it's outside gets crunchy, and then it's served and serve. And it’s yummy 🙂 )
It took me half an hour to decide to get up and pee. Thinking back on a regret from the previous trip, I decided to "get it over with". Temperatures were freezing and it was a massive chore to get warmer clothes on.
Once out of the tent, the sky was very brightly illuminated from the full moon. Majority of my night shots came out looking like daylight! I neglected to pack a tripod and used the nearest thing I could find that could let me prop my camera up.
It took me less than 5 minutes to get back into my sleeping bag.