Manfredâ€™s fist ceviche and a cosmopolitan good bye party ;)
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The fact that Manfred is a vegetarian wouldnâ€™t stop me to make him try one of our famous dishes: â€śThe cevicheâ€ť.
We had an appetizer and it was time for the Ceviche! I
ordered one with fish and seafood for me and a veggie one for Manfred. It had
mushrooms, hehe. Sure itâ€™s different, but had the traditional sour and spicy,
yummy. Iâ€™m so glad he liked it! We were just talking about our different
experiences at the airports and with customs agents, haha.
Romainâ€™s friend was having a good bye party, since she was
flying back to
I didnâ€™t know anyone nearby, so we just started walking and
found a great one! More like a lounge. They served great coffee and their menu
looks interesting too. But we werenâ€™t hungry. Just wanted to take a sit and
have a nice cup of warm coffee. It was getting windy and humid, brrr. We were
just chilling out when I noticed it was already 5:20pm. We were late! So we
went as fast as possible to Romainâ€™s. Well, it was just 5 blocks away, so it
didnâ€™t take as long to arrive. Jenny was already there. I introduced Manfred to
the rest of the gang and Elena (Romainâ€™s gf) arrived. Then the 5 of us went to
the supermarket to make some shopping, hehe.
We looked like crazy at the Supermarket, worried about the
alcohol stock, haha.
We arrived back to Romainâ€™s and started fixing the snacks
and making the house ready. People would come later. It was getting late and we
started dancing and opening the first beers. A friend of Romain came and also
his neighbor who is Swiss. He and Manfred were talking in German and I was in
the middle understanding it yeah! By the time Aline (the goodbye girl) arrived
it was around 10pm. She didnâ€™t come alone. A group of French and Peruvian friends
were with her. 50% of the party was Peruvian and the other 50% was European,
One of the Peruvian girls was an expert fixing pisco sours
and thought us how to do it. She fixed a really tasty pisco sour! Manfred,
Jenny and I were the official assistants, haha. We even learned how to know
when itâ€™s perfect time to turn off the blender, haha. Party was getting more and
more fun. We started to dance and my boots were nice, but my poor feet were
killing me. I took a sit and Manfred asked me what was going on with me. I told
him about my poor feet and he took of my boot and said: â€śnow you can danceâ€ť
haha and I did it!
We had a blast that night. Making new friends, dancing,
just hanging out and having a great time. I think it was the best way to wish
Aline a safe trip back home and Manfred a fun South American Adventure. Although
I think weâ€™d meet in a couple of months when heâ€™s back in