Anthony Bourdain gets a taste of Peru
By Gina Ferrara
Bourdain is first seen waking from inside of a mosquito net, fascinated by the visceral sights and sounds of the Peruvian jungle and waxing philosophical about the origins of the country. He narrates the terrible meeting between Spanish explorer Pizarro and the ancient native tribe known as the Incas, hoping that on his journey he may visit the Incan ruins that so many admire.
After a breathless day near the Incan ruins (for the altitude in the city is beyond normal tolerance) Bourdain realizes with all he’s learned, that he has so much more to explore—and that sitting on a peak of stones that date a millennia—will be enough knowledge for one day.