May my first pet Toffee, a three-legged guinea pig (who ran away no less), not hold this meal against me.
With memories still raw after all these years, it took me a while to gather the courage to try this local delicacy. I mean, it doesn´t have a lot of taste appeal going for it, does it. Nevertheless, when in Rome…
I actually find it hard to explain the taste. Not unlike chicken, yet similar to rabbit or pheasant, it has a slightly gamey flavour. Apart from the front and back legs, there’s not much to it really. Hmm…don’t think I’ll be ordering this hairy little rodent again anytime soon.
oh my, the culinary delights of traveling! Tom paid to upgrade me to Business class Sydney to Chicago (arr yest) and what a treat. Flat bed to sleep, big personal screen for movies and the food… restaurant quality, even glass of port served with cheese at the end! Economy is going to be a serious let down after this.
Bo, am curious about drinking water since you’ve been there … boiled or bottled or…? Love the idea of being adventurous with food- any insects on the menu yet? love mum
No insects as yet! We´re in Bolivia at the moment and the food choices aren´t quite as exotic as that hahaha! Believe it or not, every second restaurant is a pizza joint!
That’s HORRIBLE!!!!! :0
I know. And it didn’t even taste that good (all deep fried ewe!)