Forks and Jets

The true story of a couple or amateur foodie travelogues going around the world

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Evidently, if you mix a massive biodiversity with a large-scale climate diversity, and a good deal of colonialism with a little bit of slave trading, you get a very rich food culture. Read more

A Nice Slice Off The Top

I imagine high paid food critics sneak out for a late night snacks at Taco Bell once in a full moon. For us, its more of a sort of home sickness to want the occasional comfort of greasy fare. Read more

Unhealthy in Translation

Perú has amazingly diverse terrain and climates from dry grassy fields, to glaciers above the tree line, down into a nearly perpetual cloud forest (more meadow than forest). Even an actual tropical jungle with waterfalls and creeping vines. Here’s how to climb and fall over a 1,000 meters a day. Read more

The Highest We’ve Ever Been

Climbing steadily higher and higher in elevation over several days (Arequipa 7,800 ft, Lake Titicaca 12,500 ft, and Cuzco 10,800 ft) we are making our way across the Andes to Machu Picchu. Read more

Lima to the Andes

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